May/June 2019

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50 / MAY.JUNE.2019 USICERINKS.COM u.s. ice rink NEWS Updates from the U.S. Ice Rink Association Board of directors elections coming in June The United States Ice Rink Association will be conducting its annual board of directors elections during the month of June. The following elected membership representative positions will be open: (2) Facility and (1) At-Large. Members elected to the U.S. Ice Rinks board of directors serve three-year terms, starting in July. Nomination forms will be sent by email to all members on May 28 and nomina- tions will be accepted through June 10. Ballots will be distributed to all members June 11 and will be accepted through June 24. Candidate bios will be available online at usicerinks.com/ resources/member-only-resources. Winners will be an- nounced in the "Network" member e-newsletter on June 25. CIT Class of 2014: It's time to recertify! Individuals who have been awarded the Certified Ice Technician (CIT) professional designation by the United States Ice Rink Associa- tion are required to recertify every five years from the year they originally achieved the CIT. In addition, CIT's must also renew their membership each year with the United States Ice Rink Association to maintain their CIT designation. Currently, there are be two ways for individuals to recertify their CIT designation in 2019: 1. Successfully complete the written CIT recertification exam at the North American Rink Conference and Expo (NARCE), May 21-24 in Buffalo, N.Y. 2. Successfully complete the written CIT Recertification Exam, offered at any U.S. Ice Rink Association Regional Training Program location. Additional locations are also available. Visit usicerinks.com for an up to date listing of locations. Online self-study materials will be available to individuals that register to take the CIT Recertification exam. 2019 Regional Training Program information is available in the brochure included in this issue of RINK Magazine and online at usicerinks.com/education. For more information about CIT recertification options please contact John Monteleone at 719-538-1514 or johnm@usicerinks.com. J EXPERIENCE solutions that make a di erence htg-architects.com Brian Teeters President at Engelsma Construction, Inc. "HTG and Engelsma have had a great relationship on past projects. Our teams have worked well together, and we have a successful track record. On our rst multipurpose facility together, HTG was instrumental to the whole process but that is to be expected with their long resume of successful multipurpose projects." CERTIFIED ICE TECHNICIAN • Recognized by the National Hockey League, the Certified Ice Technician (CIT) is the most highly regarded professional designation for ice rink operations professionals in North America. For more information, see page 32

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