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Hershey Figure Skating Club
Hershey, PA Presents 2020 Neal Wood Memorial Open Saturday, August 15, 2020
Entry deadline:
Fri, Jul 3, 2020
12:00 PM (US/Eastern)
Hershey Figure Skating Club 2020 Neal Wood Memorial Open
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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT-- Because of lower registration, we are moving all adult events to Saturday, August 15 (during the Hershey Open).  

Registration is now closed. 

All entries are from PA, OH, NJ, MD, DC, VA, DE. 

Please do not travel to areas of high virus outbreaks during the two weeks prior to the competition. The PA Governor has mandated that all people who have visited certain states--include Delaware, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, and Georgia must quarantine for 2 weeks. We expect that certain areas of the Maryland beaches may also eventually be included. 

Skaters Coaches Administrators

We are very excited for this year's competition and are working diligently to ensure compliance with CDC, state, local, and USFS guidelines to ensure safety and proper protocol during the COVID-19 pandemic.

This will mean changes for our officials, volunteers, skaters, coaches, and spectators and we will do our best to communicate these changes to you as soon as possible, even as protocols change up to the last minute.

Masks will be required for all coaches, spectators, and skaters when in the arena.  Skaters will be able to take off masks while on the ice competing, and for practice and warm up, if social distancing occurs.

Only the skater and coach are allowed on ice level, with the exception that skaters 12 and under may have a parent downstairs for assistance. Parent must then return to the stands. 

For many events and for all back-to-back practice ice sessions, we will assign a particular ice entrance for skaters. For practice ice, coaches will remain at the center ice entrance, at designated spaces in the hockey boxes (5 to each side).  Skaters will enter either through an entrance to the left or the right side of the arena. This is to avoid crowding during the practice ice session and during switch over during back-to-back sessions. 

Practice ice has been limited to 10 skaters at a time. 

Warm ups consist of small numbers of skaters as well.