Bring a friend day in Rossland: Dec. 30

Nancy Greene Ski League athletes can bring along a friend for an action-packed day of skiing on Monday, Dec. 30.

Nancy Greene Ski League athletes can bring along a friend for an action-packed day of skiing on Monday, Dec. 30.

This day is open to skiers born between 2001 to 2008.

The cost is $20 for the day but an adult must be present at the drop-off to register a ski friend for the event.

Under the guidance of a certified Red Mountain Racer coach, the day will include group free skiing, skill development, and fun in the gates.The day will round out twith a “head-to-head” rac course.

To sign up a friend, contact the Red Mountain Racer’s head coach, Phil Patterson, phil@redmountainracers.com at before Saturday, Dec. 21. Please include the skier’s gender, date of birth and a brief description of the child’s skiing experience.

Parents can still enter their children on the day of the event, meeting in the lodge at 8:30 a.m. to sign up.

 

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