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ICE PROGRAM
SKATING RULES FOR MEMBERS & GUESTS

 
1. Members are responsible for and must be present with their guests. Please sign in all guests with the skate guard and obtain a guest badge. Outside Hockey Members do not have guest privileges. Fees are $6.00 on a weekday and $8.00 on the weekend per guest and limited to three separate visits per year.
2. Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult or by a babysitter who is older than 14.
3. No racing, tag, crack-the-whip, removing other skater's hats, any dangerous forms of skating, boisterous conduct or rough play is permitted in or around the ice rink, Pat's House or the Carriage House.
4. No playing "Man Hunt" or other hide and go seek games on club property.
5. Absolutely NO TRESPASSING on neighbor's property.
6. Adults only are allowed on the deck (upstairs) in Pat's House. ONLY authorized persons are allowed in Pat's House Office.
7. No hockey sticks or pucks permitted on the ice except during hockey time. No hockey sticks allowed in Pat's House or Carriage House. No skates without guards are allowed in the Carriage House.
8. No high test figure skating during General Session skating sessions.
9. Chairs may be used only by beginner skaters, accompanied by an adult on skates. NO SITTING in the chairs, the chairs must be pushed only. No one without skates allowed on the ice. No racing blades allowed.
10. Only authorized club staff allowed on the ice during resurfacing. No sitting on dasher boards.
11. No throwing anything (hats, gloves, snowballs, etc.) on the ice. No playing on the snow mounds.
12. No food, beverages, or smoking on the ice.
13. No skating with children/infants in back carriers.
14. THE SKATE GUARD HAS FULL AUTHORITY TO SUPERVISE THE RINK AND ENFORCE THE RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE ICE STEERING COMMITTEE.
15. Any skater not abiding by the rules may be asked to leave the ice and/or the club property.
16. When continuing or serious rule violations occur, Board disciplinary action (suspension of use of facilities, suspension from skating and hockey programs, and/or reimbursement for damages) may be taken against rule violators.
17. Any member witnessing boisterous conduct and/or vandalism should report immediately to any member of the staff, to Christian Vargas, Maintenance Manager, to Bill Clinton, General Manager, Bill Leoffler, Clubhouse Manager, Kevin Kamenski, Ice Director or to the Ice Trustees, Carter Beard, Ros McEvoy
18. HELMETS MUST BE WORN BY ALL SKATERS DURING POND HOCKEY