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48 / SEPTEMBER.OCTOBER.2018 USICERINKS.COM u.s. ice rink NEWS Updates from the U.S. Ice Rink Association Board of Directors Election Results We would like to con- gratulate the following members for being elected to our Board of Directors in August who will each serve 3-year terms in their respective positions: Facility Member Representative: • Aaron Kirby; Lake Delton Ice Arena – Lake Delton, Wis. Facility Member Representative: • Alec Hines; Edge Ice Arena – Littleton, Colo. At-Large Member Representative: • Eric Guzdek; Northtown Center at Amherst – Williamsville, N.Y. We would also like to thank the following outgoing directors for their contributions and service to the organization during their past 3-year term: Facility Member Representative: • David Kennedy; SkateQuest – Reston, Va. At-Large Member Representative: • Casey Murdough; The St. James – Springfield, Va. Board of Directors NGB Representatives U.S. Ice Rink Association would like to welcome the follow- ing national governing body (NGB) representatives appointed to our Board of Directors. USA Hockey Representative: • Bruce Urban; Gilbert, Ariz. U.S. Figure Skating Representative: • Alan Wolf; Falmouth, Maine Special thank you to our outgoing national governing body (NGB) representatives for their many years of service. USA Hockey Representative: • Bill Hall; Ocean Isle Beach, N.C. U.S. Figure Skating Representative: • Lainie DeMore; Ridgeville, Ohio CIT Recertification Exam Offered at 2018 Regional Training Programs United States Ice Rink Association members will be able to recertify their Certified Ice Technician (CIT) designation in 2018 by successfully completing a written CIT Recertification Exam which will be offered at all Regional Training Program (RTP) locations (see RTP brochure in this issue of RINK ) Individuals who have been issued a CIT professional designation by the United States Ice Rink Association are required to recertify every five years from the year they originally achieved the CIT. In addition, CITs must also renew their membership each year with the United States Ice Rink Association to maintain their CIT status. Online self-study materials will be available to individuals that register to take the CIT Recertification exam. For more information about CIT recertification please contact John Monteleone at 719-538-1514 or johnm@usicerinks.com J Visit Level-Ice at www.Level-Ice.com or Call (519) 235-4585 WE BRING YOUR ICE TO A NEW LEVEL Laser Leveled Ice surface gives the operator: • Known depths of lines and logos • Less hot water consumption • Save on compressor run time • More consistent ice surface • Less on ice maintenance • Less operator error So bring laser leveling into your rink for a consistent, Level-Ice surface...Everytime

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