Power Skating Class- starts November 7th.
Power Skating Clinic
Clinic Description: The power skating clinic is geared to the player who wants to become a better hockey player. This clinic will help to increase skating strength, power, speed and endurance.
This clinic is for hockey players at all levels.
Dates: 6 week session
6 week session
(November 7th, November 14th, November 21st, November 28th, December 5th, December 12th)
Time: 7:00-7:50 pm
Location: Lakeshore Sports Centre
Cost: $60 (cash or check only) for 5 week session. $15 walk on if spots are available.
Checks can be made out to Megan Johnson
Please send registration to Lakeshore Sports Centre
4470 Airline Rd., Muskegon, MI 49444 Attn: Kathy Cutter
Registration Deadline: Monday, November 7th
I agree to release Lakeshore Sports Centre (LSC) Megan Carlston-Johnson and Bill Zalba from all claims, actions, causes of actions, damages by the undersigned person, their parents/guardians, and for loss or injury resulting from the participation of such person in this program. I further agree to indemnify and save harmless such parties from all claims, actions, damages or demands including all costs and expenses incurred in defending any such claims or actions. Any participants who cause damage will be suspended from the league/class and LSC with no refund. I have read the release and understand that this is a full final release of all claims for injuries and damages sustained in LSC and understand the responsibilities I have assumed thereunder.
Meet Our Staff
Bill Zalba played in six leagues over the course of his career. He played three years with the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) and one year of university hockey. Last season Bill was the strength and conditioning coach for the Muskegon Lumberjacks. Bill is currently a Certified Personal Trainer and Manager for three gyms in the Muskegon area.
Megan Johnson (Carlston) skated with the Muskegon Lakeshore FSC, Grand Rapids FSC, and Western Michigan University. In 2007 Megan reached the summit of Figure Skating's test structure, passing the Senior Free skating test and the 15 tests that must precede it. Megan also competed both nationally and internationally as a part of the Western Michigan University Synchronized Skating Team. Megan is currently employed with Mona Shores Public Schools.