16. All members, guests and professionals are expected to adhere to all Club rules while on Club sessions and to show courtesy and respect to others.
17. Only figure skates are permitted during Club sessions.
18. Personal listening devices (cassette or CD players) are not permitted.
19. Skaters shall not socialize or stand in groups on the ice during Club sessions. It is suggested that they move to an off ice area so that they do not interfere with other skaters.
20. At the end of a session, skaters should leave the ice promptly. Once the Zamboni is on the ice, all skating must stop.
21. Articles of clothing, purses, etc., shall not be left on the barriers. Persons should not sit on the barriers.
22. Eating or drinking is not permitted on the ice. Smoking is not permitted in the rink.
23. Sessions designated as "senior" or "junior" are generally limited to members in those categories (and their respective guests) as approved by a Club representative taking into account skill levels and maturity.
24. Club representatives shall interpret and apply these rules to provide for a safe skating session.
25. Suggestions for additions or modifications to these rules or concerns regarding any problems should be directed to the President in writing. See Section III.5 of the Club's By-Laws for information on conflict resolution.
CFSC By-Laws - Sec. III.5. Conflict Resolution
01. If any member(s) has a complaint against another member(s) for an alleged infraction of any By-Law or rule (other than the skating rules of the United States Figure Skating Association) or for conduct injurious to the Club, then the complaining member(s) may deliver a written statement to the President specifying the facts of the case, the names of any witnesses, and the resolution requested. Any such complaint must be delivered within seven (7) days after the incident or problem arose. Upon receipt of a complaint, the President will appoint a Special Committee to investigate it and make recommendations to the Board of Directors. The period for submission of a complaint may be extended by the Special Committee upon a finding of a compelling basis for the delayed submission. Such committee and the Board will use the Conflict Management and Conflict Resolution Guide published by the United States Figure Skating Association and other relevant conflict resolution materials as appropriate to the particular circumstances. If the Special Committee or the Board determines that a hearing is required, the complaining and complained against members will be given at least seven (7) days notice and the opportunity to make written or oral statements.