Charity Ice Show at University of Michigan on March 9
Sunday, March 9th at 5:00pm
Yost Ice Arena – Home of Michigan Wolverine Hockey
Ann Arbor, MI
Frenchie Skate is a premier figure skating event benefiting North Star Reach, a camp for children with serious health challenges and their families.
Link to one of the little campers from North Star Reach:
FrenchieSkate 2014 will be a truly rare opportunity for fans of all ages to see many of the US and World’s greatest figure skating stars performing together for one night only following the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games. Many of these skaters will be competing at the ISU World Championships and agreed to take time out of their training schedules for the benefit of the campers of North Star Reach. This event includes the Ann Arbor Hockettes Synchronized Skating Team and the Harmony Theatre Company. The show is organized by Georgia Glastris and fellow University of Michigan student athletes in association with US Figure Skating, and University of Michigan Figure Skating Club. Michael Buckley, Internet Celebrity Vlogger will be the Guest Emcee. Check out the website for latest information and guest skaters who are already scheduled to perform.
Adult, Child, Student and Group tickets as well as VIP Meet & Greet and Sponsor Packages including a Post-Show Reception are available. Adult: $30, Student/Child: $20, Adult Meet & Greet (M&G): $75, Student/Child M&G: $50. Tickets go on sale Friday, February 7th at the Michigan Union Ticket Office.
Looks like a great show. I hope it is wildly successful. Its nice to see that Jeremy will be one of the headliners, it should give him a nice boost before worlds.
Frenchie Skate 2014
Frenchie Skate 2014 was a great show. It was a charitable fundraiser for NorthStar Reach - a summer camp scheduled to open next year for seriously ill children who would otherwise never get the opportunity. Medical personnel will be on site at the camp to assist the kids and their families. Georgia Glastris, a Junior at University of Michigan organized the event and all the skaters in the show volunteered their time and travel to help with this worthy cause.