Mason resident accepts challenge to start instructional ice-skating program

Mason Resident, Lisa Graham, has accepted the challenge of starting up the new Cincinnati Skating School, a branch of the Figure Skating Club of Cincinnati, host of the 1987 World Figure Skating Championships in Cincinnati. Graham, a long time member of the Professional Skaters Association and US Figure Skating started her skating career at the Goggin Ice Arena at Miami University and continues to teach there as well as at Sports Plus in Evendale. “It's such a great time to start our Basic Skills Ice Skating instruction as we lead up to the Olympics in February of 2014,” states Graham. CSS has accepted a grant from US Figure Skating to start the Basic Skills program. Cincinnati Skating School has been designated as a Professional Skaters Association Excellence On Ice Program, with only PSA Coaches rated and certified to coach skating, power skating, hockey skating skills, group lessons, dance and freestyle skills. Graham says, “we want the skaters to develop a life-long love of skating, a passion for the ice sports, so we keep instruction fun and active.” Learn more about Cincinnati Skating School at the website ph: 513.512.3361

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