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22 / JULY.AUGUST.2019 USICERINKS.COM Board of Directors Election Results We would like to congratulate the fol- lowing members for being elected to our Board of Directors in June who will each serve 3-year terms in their respec- tive positions: Facility Member Representative: • Pete Carlson; National Sports Center —Schwan Super Rink—Blaine, MN Facility Member Representative: • Eric Dursin; Schneider Arena— Providence College—Providence, RI At-Large Member Representative: • Sean Passingham; All-American Arena Products—Alden, MN We would also like to thank the follow- ing outgoing directors for their contri- butions and service to the organization during their past 3-year term: At-Large Member Representative: • Tom Hillgrove; Rink Management Ser- vices Corporation—Mechanicsville, VA U.S. Figure Skating Representative: • Melissa Gregory—Hartford, CT Board of Directors Founding Member Appointments (USA Hockey & U.S. Figure Skating) U.S. Ice Rink Association would like to congratulate the following national governing body (NGB) representatives for their re-appointment to our Board of Directors. USA Hockey Representative: • Ray Ferry; Regency Sports Center— Lancaster, PA • T.C. Lewis; Aerodrome—Houston, TX U.S. Figure Skating Representative: • Jerod Swallow; Detroit Skating Club— Detroit, MI • Scott Cudmore; Florida Panthers IceDen—Coral Springs, FL Welcome to new U.S. Figure Skating Representative: Isabella Cannuscio; Newark, DE. CIT Class of 2014: It's Time to Recertify! Individuals who have been awarded the Certified Ice Techni- cian (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, CIT's must also renew their membership each year with the United States Ice Rink Association to maintain their CIT designation. Members can recertify in 2019 by successfully completing 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 recer- tification options please contact John Monteleone at 719-538-1514 or johnm@usicerinks.com. J u.s. ice rink NEWS Updates from the U.S. Ice Rink Association 10 Educational Courses 678 Total Event Attendance 93 Trade Show Booths 80 Exhibiting Companies 14 Event Sponsors 4 Ice Sport National Governing Bodies Represented We would like to thank all of the volunteers, instructors, exhibitors and sponsors that made the event so great. We would also like to thank the staff at the Hyatt Regency, Buffalo Niagara Sports Commission, and the North- town Center at Amherst for all their hard work and support this year. We hope to see you at NARCE next year, May 19–22, 2020, in Buffalo, NY. Attendees represented 44 States, 6 Canadian Provinces, Belgium, China and Japan.

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