To provide a fun, safe and committed environment that allows figure skaters of all ages and abilities to practice, improve and display their skills through individual and team skating instruction, exhibitions, ice shows and competitions.


President Chris Glotzbach
Vice-President Stephanie Bray

Fran Thornburg

Secretary Sue Newsom
At Large Carrie Green
At Large Hannah Katz
At Large Lori Osborne
At Large Lorrie Parker
At Large Marty Yadrick
Honorary Audrae Gillespie
Honorary Marscha Pipes



Stephanie Bray, Fran Thornburg, Coaches

Club Apparel

Fran Thornburg

Club Ice 

Chris Glotzbach, Grant Huang, Stephanie Bray
Club Development Carrie Greene, Chris Glotzbach
Competitions Chris Glotzbach, Kathleen Ogren
Fundraising & Scholarship Hannah Katz
Junior Club Stephanie Bray, Bonnie Lewis
Membership Kathleen Ogren, Stephanie Bray
Mid-West Figure Skating Council Delegates  Kathleen Ogren, Charmin Savoy, Stephanie Bray

Sanctions, Ethics, and SafeSport

Lori Osborne

Social Committee

Lorrie Parker, Sarah Arnold, Bonnie Lewis
Lori Osborne, Kathleen Ogren
Website Chris Glotzbach, Collin Ogren, Christopher Ogren

KCFSC Bylaws
KCFSC Bylaws Update 2016_FINAL.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 558.1 KB
KCFSC Operating Guidelines
KCFSC Operating Guidelines_Final.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 21.7 KB

Next Board Meeting:

July 11, 2022

6:15 p.m. 

Check Club Calendar for log-in info.  




Founded in 1937, the Kansas City Figure Skating Club (KCFSC) is one of the oldest clubs in the metropolitan area. Its charter was established in the mid 1970's, when the new Fox Hill Ice Arena (located in Overland Park, KS) opened and became the club's official home ice rink. Although Fox Hill closed in the mid-1980's, the KCFSC was still active, and eventually used the Crown Center Ice Terrace as their home rink.

In 1995, Ice Sports (formerly called The Rinks) opened its doors in Shawnee, Kansas, and served as the club's home for several years. A move was made to AMF Ice Chateau in Overland Park, KS in the fall of 2004 and the club remained there until its closure in June of 2007. The club has now returned to Ice Sports in Shawnee. In 2010, Ice Sports was renamed KC Ice Center.  Our Kansas City Figure Skating Club members train and practice at all the skating rinks in the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Every year, KCFSC hosts Skate Kansas City, one of the largest skating competitions in the area, with clubs represented from the region as well as from the east and west coasts.

For more information regarding the Kansas City Figure Skating Club, please contact any of our current board members, or leave a message at our e-mail at kcfsc@hotmail.com.