2020 Northeast Pre-Regional Invitational
April 24 - April 26
The Management and Staff of the Ron-A-Roll Skating Center in Vernon, Connecticut, cordially invite you to attend the 2020 Northeast Pre-Regional Invitational on Saturday and Sunday April 25-26, 2020. This is a USARS sanctioned competition (sanction # pending).
Our floor is 78’x180’ plastic coated beechwood. The facility has ample parking, off skate area, and snack bar facilities. (Host hotel information is not yet available, but will be sent out as soon as it’s confirmed.)
Awards will be presented for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places.
There will be an organized practice on Friday April 24, 2020 from 3:00-6:00 p.m.; the charge is $5 per skater.
Programs: $5 each Score sheets: $1 each.
DEADLINE: All entries must be postmarked by March 24, 2020.
Please send one club check payable to Ron-A-Roll Skating Center and mail to:
410 Pequot Drive
New London, CT 06320
**Please note: There will break for a public skating session on Saturday from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Invited Judges: Elaine Hanley, Perry Jones, John Mullen, Philomena Mullen, Robin Orcutt, Alfred Percope
We hope to make your stay with us a pleasant one; please contact us with any questions or concerns.
Monica Delvy (203) 954-5554, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeff Seidel at email@example.com.
Meet Director: Jeff Seidel
The Staff and Management
Host Operator: Jason Seplowitz Ron-A-Roll Skating Center
Host Professionals: Monica Delvy, Roberta Delvy, Rebecca Jablonski, Alisha Sylvestre-Payne
**PRE-REGIONAL RULES OF ENTRY
All USARS rules will be observed, except where noted below. Skaters may enter those official events in which they are eligible to compete at the 2020 Regional Championships. Age eligibility is determined by the skater’s age as of January 1, 2020. Skaters must have a valid 2020 membership card on file at the USARS National Office.
Skaters may challenge up from Level C to Level B, or from Level B to their respective Level A events. Level A may challenge up based on qualification and age; Freshman A and Sophomore A must challenge up to Junior, WS Junior or WS Senior. Adult skaters may skate age eligible events and challenge to Classic or Gold divisions. Challenge up may be limited if there are scheduling conflicts.
Dance skaters may enter two (2) solo dance events and two (2) team dance events. Figure skaters may enter two (2) circle events and two (2) loop events.
All events will be skated as a final event.
NE Beginner requirements and application are attached; refer to information on neusars.org for details about the program.
Mini, Espoir, Cadet and Youth Team and Solo will skate their compulsory dances with the option to skate their Free Dance. PLEASE NOTE ON YOUR APPLICATION.
WS Junior and WS Senior Team and Solo will skate their Style Dance with the option to skate their Free Dance. PLEASE NOTE ON YOUR APPLICATION.
WS Junior and WS Senior singles and pairs will skate their short and long programs. PLEASE NOTE ON YOUR APPLICATION IF YOU ARE NOT SKATING THE LONG PROGRAM.
WS Junior and WS Senior figure skaters are not allowed to crossover to Advanced Loops.
Skating times for all singles, pairs, free dance and solo creative dance events will be according to USARS 2019- 2020 published requirements.
Anyone interested in judging, or acting as referee or figure steward, please contact Monica Delvy or Jeff Seidel as soon as possible with the days and times you would be available. Your help will be greatly appreciated!
The tentative schedule is subject to change following receipt of all entries. It is not an indication of order of events, only which events will be on which days. We will make every effort to keep events on the days scheduled. The final schedule will be posted on the Northeast Region website, www.neusars.org.
The rink is located off of I-84 exit 66. Traveling West on I-84 take exit 66, turn right off ramp, right on Bolton Rd, then right at light on S. Frontage Rd and the rink is on the right. Traveling East on I-84, take exit 66, turn left off ramp and the rink is on the left.
Northeast Region Beginner Program Events
The Beginner events will be skated and awarded as co-ed events, and all events will be skated as final events. Newcomer events are for first year skaters who have not held an amateur card prior to the current season; second year skaters will skate the Intro events. Newcomer skaters may challenge up to the Intro level, and Intro level skaters may challenge up to the “C” division.
Detailed information for the NE Beginner Program is posted on the NE Region website at www.neusars.org, including the requirements for the freestyle events.