Local Skaters Join Olympic Athletes

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Ice_092014A (2)Rachel Breidbart, Tiffany McDowell and Rachel Woo, all from Great Neck, will join Olympians and National Champions on the ice at Ice Dreams, an Olympic Ice Show starring 2014 Olympic Bronze Medalist Jason Brown and aspiring local skaters. The ice show is coming to Twin Rinks Ice Center at Eisenhower Park in East Meadow on Sept. 20.
Rachel Breidbart who is 12 years old; Tiffany McDowell who is 15 years old and Rachel Woo who is 8 years old will be skating in the world class show to celebrate the opening of the best figure skating facility Long Island has ever seen.
“Twin Rinks is proud to host this figure skating event which will feature some of the best figure skaters in the world, said Ron Friedman, owner of Twin Rinks. We welcome everyone to come visit our state of the art facility, located in Nassau County’s Eisenhower Park, to watch these athletes up close in what is sure to be an enjoyable evening on Sept. 20.”
Ice Dreams will feature some of the top figure skating talent in the US and Canada including National Champions John Coughlin and Caydee Denney, 2014 Olympic and World alternate & Long Island Native Samantha Cesario, 2014 Olympic Silver Medalist Dylan Moscovitch and International Competitor Liubov Ilyushechkina, US National Silver Medalists Alexa Scimeca and Chris Knierim, Two-Time Canadian National Medalists Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier and The Skyliners! The entertaining show also offers more than 100 young skaters from Nassau County and the surrounding area the chance to skate in the show on the same ice as their Olympic heroes.
“I am looking forward to performing in Ice Dreams with fellow Olympians and National Champions. I hope this show will inspire a young generation of skaters to achieve their Dreams,” said Brown, the Olympic Bronze Medalist.
“Nassau County is pleased to present this family-fun ice show,” said Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano. “Ice Dreams is a once in a lifetime opportunity that brings together Olympic, World and National skaters with young skaters from our community. This wonderful event promises to be an entertaining, inspiring and memorable event for our young skaters and our community.”
Youth skaters can sign up to skate in the show by visiting www.icedreamstour.com or by calling 212 600-4330. Tickets to the show can also be purchased online. 

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