Submitted by Jenna Vande Zande (aka Trubble Gum) - CVRG Vice President
EAU CLAIRE, WI – Winter may already be in full swing, but the Chippewa Valley Roller Girls are bringing the heat as we take on the Minnesota Rollergirls Debu-Taunts from the Twin Cities!
Elmwood High School graduate Amy Crownhart, also known as Arm & Slam'er, is one of the founding members of our team, so come on out to the Game of Bones Elmwood and support Arm & Slam'er!
The doors open at 5:30pm and the action starts at 6:30pm. Bleacher seating is available, but you may also bring a chair for trackside seating. For our especially brave 18+ fans, we also have suicide seating merely feet from the action right on the track! (Butts/blankets only, no chairs)
Spectator tickets are $8.00 in advance or $10.00 at the door. Advance tickets are available at the VFW Post 7232 on Folsom, the Eau Claire Indoor Sports Center, the Do Dodge Inn, and the VolumeOne store. Tickets can also be purchased from your favorite skater, or at www.brownpapertickets.com. Go to our website: http://www.chippewavalleyrollergirls.com for more information about the Chippewa Valley Roller Girls.
Adult beverages and concessions will be available. This is a family friendly event and all kids 12 and under gets in FREE!
After the game, CVRG will be hosting an after party at the Do Dodge Inn on Menomonie St in Eau Claire. The Do Dodge Inn has a full bar to enjoy, including a special CVRG themed beverage.
[Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) rules and regulations will be followed as interpreted by CVRG.]
Game of Bones Bout Information:
January 14th, 2017
Location: Eau Claire Sports Center, Craig Rd Eau Claire WI
Cost: $8 Presale, $10 at the door
Doors open at 5:30, game starts at 6:30
After party: Do Dodge Inn, 1339 Menomonie St, Eau Claire
The Chippewa Valley Roller Girls is Eau Claire’s original all-female flat track roller derby league. CVRG is managed and operated entirely by the skaters via an elected board of directors and numerous skater-led committees. We work together to make our practices and games happen and for the overall good of the league. Our skaters pay monthly dues in order to cooperatively cover costs, and pay for all their own equipment. During our season, we practice twice a week and have one to two games per month. During our off-season, the league focuses on recruitment, fundraising, and skills training. CVRG follows the guidelines and standards set forth by the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association http://www.wftda.com
Roller derby involves two teams of four blockers (the “pack”) skating counter-clockwise around an elliptical track, while a point scorer from each team (the “jammer”) tries to skate her way through. The jammer gains a point for each opposing player she passes. Tripping, throwing elbows, head-butts, and fist-fighting are illegal - but spine-crunching shoulder shots, hip checks, and booty blocks are all allowed.