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City and Skating Facility
United States Figure Skating Club Affiliation
North Charleston
Carolina Ice Palace,
7665 Northwoods Blvd,
North Charleston, SC 29406;
(843) 572-2717
FSC of Charleston #518 (SA/E)
Address: % Carolina Ice Palace, 7665 Northwoods Blvd, N Charleston, SC 29406
Principal HQ: Carolina Ice Palace, 7665 Northwoods Blvd, North Charleston, SC 29406; (843) 572-2717
Irmo
Plex Indoor Sports & Ice
1019 Broad Stone Road
Irmo, SC  29063  
803-732-1900
Palmetto Skate Club #4967 (SA/E)
Address: PO Box 178, Ballentine, SC 29002; (803) 732-1900
Principal HQ: Facility usage form not on file at time of directory printing. Please contact U.S. Figure Skating Headquarters for status.
Taylors
The Pavilion,
400 Scottswood Drive,
Taylors, SC 29687;
(864) 322-7529
Greenville FSC, Inc. #4109 (SA/E)
Address: % Kim Tompkins, 6 Timber Lane, Greenville, SC 29609; (864) 467-9420
Principal HQ: The Pavilion, 400 Scottswood Drive, Taylors, SC 29687; (864) 322-7529


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