About

Georgetown Skating Club

The Georgetown Skating Club is a non-profit community-based organization located in the Town of Halton Hills (Georgetown), Ontario. In 1958, the Georgetown Skating Club was sanctioned by the former “Canadian Figure Skate Association” (now Skate Canada), and in 2008 celebrated its 50th Anniversary. Our skating programs are available from September through to April at its skating facility at the Mold-Masters SportsPlex.

Our professional coaches offer skating development to over 600 members from learn-to-skate to competitive programs. Check out our variety of skating programs and plan to join our skating club this season!

Board of directors

The volunteer Board of Directors oversees the program delivery, financial management, policy and governance, staffing and ongoing operations of the Georgetown Skating club. There are 10 Board Members including the President, Vice President, Treasurer, Board Secretary, Directors (4) and Coach Representative. These positions are elected by the membership at the Annual General Meeting and serve either one to two year terms.
The Board of Directors meet monthly to make decisions on behalf of the membership. Summaries of the Board Meetings are available to the membership for review below.

There are also 4 subcommittees of the Board that meet regularly to assist with the club operations:
Coaching, Programming, Test and Trophy
Policy and Governance
Finance and Audit
Communications and Public Relations