The hard work and dedicated training of Skating Club of Natick members during the month of April 2011 resulted in a phenomenal job by all during the "Skating...in Color" annual ice show at the William L. Chase Arena in Natick.
The outfits this season were truly impressive, from professionally sequined velvet dresses to unbelievable homemade outfits. The common theme this year was color as music, personally selected by skaters and coaches, and played during choreographed performances. The familiar tunes of "The Pink Panther" and "Blue Suede Shoes" echoed in the arena along with current music like "The Black Parade" and "Black or White" The cheers could he heard outside the arena as spectators viewed future stars on ice. The show, sponsored by the Skating Club of Natick and FMC Ice Sports produced wowing routings by groups and solo skaters.
Special acknowledgment was made to the graduating seniors, Brianna Morton, Nicole Eckert, and Savannah Judge. Each of the skaters will be attending college in the fall.
"What a wonderful grand finale before our rink closes for renovations," said Donna Rozon, Skating Director at the William L. Chase Arena in Natick. After the show, skaters enjoyed a barbeque after-party complete with tye-dying their commemorative T-shirts.
Pictures from the show