G & E Roofing, Norm Elvin
J S McCarthy Printers, Rick & Patty Tardiff
On Target, John Fallona
Peter & Sandra Prescott
Pine State Trading Co., Nick Alberding
Robert & Moira Fuller
Gold Medal Sponsors
Baker, Newman & Noyes, LLC
The Red Barn
Kennebec Technologies, Wick & Ruth Johnson
Peter Alfond Charitable Fund of the Maine Community Foundation
Silver Medal Sponsors
Bill & Lesley Sprague
Cross Insurance, Michelle Ibargeen
Scott & Trish Bullock
Wagon Masters, Ray Cole
Walter and Lynne Cooper
Bronze Medal Sponsors
Chuck & Maria Hays
Daniel's Auto body, Rchard & Heidi Daniel
Dufour's Welding, Don Dufour
H. Allen & Diannne Ryan
Whited Peterbilt of Maine, Jon Whited
Perry, Fitts, Boulette & Fitton, CPAS, P.A., Michael Fitton
A & W Maintenance, Inc, Danny Warren
C. Caprara Food Service Equipment
Complete Mobile Inc., Adam Dixon
Golden Pond Wealth Management, Bert Lanquet
Green Thumb Lawn Service,Michael Legasse
J & S Oil, Inc. John Babb
John & Charlene Bridge
Kennebec Savings Bank
Maine Instrument Flight
Plummer Funeral Home, Inc., Patrick Murphy
Reay Excavation & Trucking Inc., Linwood & Sue
Friends of SAM
Michael & Dawn Stillings
Barnard-White Assoc. Inc.
Blind Time LLC, Jerry Chase
Jeffery & Marcia Hubert
Michael & Cindy Talbot
William & Janice Bridgeo
Dave's Applinace, Scott Ketchen
Andrew & Mary Dionne
L N Best Marketing, Lisa Best
The Liberal Cup, Jeff Houghton
The mission of SAM Figure Skating is to promote and advance the sport of skating on ice in Maine. SAM is a member club of U.S. Figure Skating -- the national governing body for the sport of figure skating on ice in the United States. U.S. Figure Skating is recognized by the U.S. Olympic Committee as the authority for the sport that sets the standards for the proficiency of skaters. As a member of U.S. Figure Skating, SAM is the all-volunteer run organization that serves as the first step on the road to the Olympics.
Skaters often begin in our “Basic Skills” program. In Basic Skills, skaters learn the fundamentals of ice skating for use in hockey, figure skating, ice dance, synchronized skating, and recreational skating. Skaters learn in small groups of individuals who are at the same level and at the end of each level, each skater earns a badge and certificate showing their achievement.
When a skater joins our Basic Skills program, they are granted an introductory membership to U.S. Figure Skating. This membership allows the skater to participate in Basic Skills classes, Basic Skills practice ice, and U.S. Figure Skating sanctioned Basic Skills competitions and exhibitions.
As a skater becomes more proficient at skating, they may decide to dedicate more time and a stronger commitment to figure skating. This means that the skater will require more ice time with instruction that is focused on their personal needs. This is the time when it makes sense to become a member of SAM Figure Skating and to hire a private coach.
Why join SAM Figure Skating?
As a member of SAM Figure Skating a skater will have access to the following resources:
The biggest benefit of becoming a SAM member is meeting new friends and establishing a comradery with others who share the same interests.
SAM’S membership year runs from June 30th to July 1st. Please use the forms in the right sidebar to join today!