The Greenwich Skating Club in Greenwich, Connecticut

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Greenwich Skating Club

Henry R. Minchin Jr. (Hank) of Greenwich, CT is the managing director of Credit Suisse in New York, New York, and also serves on the Credit Suisse US Equity Operating Committee. Outside of the office, Hank Minchin enjoys hockey and belongs to the Greenwich Skating Club.

The Greenwich Skating Club is a popular local ice rink and athletic center. The club is home to the only outdoor ice rink in Greenwich, giving members a welcome chance at outdoor fun during the cold winter months.

Due to its size and popularity, the Greenwich Skating Club only offers memberships to 250 families at a time. People who wish to join must find a current member to sponsor them and then wait for an opening.

Members have access to figure skating and hockey lessons at every level. Young figure skaters can master the basics in groups or in private lessons, while advanced students learn to perform jumps, spins, and other sophisticated maneuvers. Adult programs are available as well for both beginning and intermediate skaters.

The Club also offers youth hockey teams for players of all ability and commitment level. Travel leagues are an option for players who wish to compete in tournaments outside the city, while the outdoor hockey league is open to those who seek weekend play right at home in Greenwich.


Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich to Host ZAC Camp

Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich pic
Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich

An experienced investment banking professional based out of Greenwich, CT, Henry R. (Hank) Minchin Jr. has served as managing director at Credit Suisse in New York since 2000. Alongside his professional activities, Hank Minchin supports several organizations in his community, including the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich, CT.

The Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich (BGCG) recently announced that it will be partnering with The ZAC Foundation, the American Red Cross, and several other organizations in presenting ZAC Camp, a four-day water safety program that will be held at the BGCG from April 11-14, 2016. Designed for youth in grades 1-3, the camp combines swimming classes, classroom instruction, and other activities to help the nation’s youngest swimmers stay safe while in the water.

The ZAC Foundation, which was launched by parents who had lost a child to drowning, holds ZAC Camps at a limited number of Boys & Girls clubs each year, and it selected BGCG for the program based on the organization’s efforts promoting water safety in the local community. This year’s camp will be open to the first 100 BGCG members who apply. For more information, visit