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Fall Line - February 2022


Newsletter of the Knoxville Ski & Outing Club, Member of Crescent Ski Council

Editor: Jeannine Dunn

February 2022

A few of our members enjoying some hill time at Winter Park. Left to right: Louis Dreinhoefer, Ken Miller, George Ulrich, Ann Long, Danny Fisher, and Kevin Staton.

Photo credit: Jeannine Dunn

 Jeannine Dunn,


By Bill Schwenterly - KSOC President

Local ski conditions continue to improve, and another winter storm should have hit our area by the time you read this. The snow prospects also look great for all our upcoming trips out west! Our Winter Park skiers have returned, see a report below. There are still a couple of spots available for Steamboat, which leaves on February 5. Big Sky is full, but cancellations are always a possibility, so check with the trip captains.  Also, we're still taking sign-ups for the Ireland trip with Collette Tours in April. We have a February 15th deadline for sign-ups for the CSC spring convention at North Myrtle Beach. Details on all these trips are below. Proposed local ski trips will be listed under the "Skiing" tab on our website and also on our Meetup page.

COVID is rampaging in Knox County and surrounding areas, as the new Omicron BA.2 variant takes hold and over 1000 new cases are arising every day. With test positivity rates at 40%, we have canceled happy hours for the moment. The Board will continue to evaluate the situation in hopes of resuming events later in the month. Vaccinations are still effective against the variants, and we strongly encourage everyone to get vaccinated and boosted. Please do not attend any Club events if you are not vaccinated. Free home COVID test kits are now available for order at covidtests.gov. The CDC advises masking in all indoor public spaces, and encourages everyone to abandon their old cloth masks in favor of N95 ones. Free N95 masks should soon be available at area drug stores and health centers.


We are sad to announce the passing of long time KSOC member Mary Goodman. Please see link for details and arrangements.https://www.legacy.com/us/obituaries/name/mary-dial-goodman-obituary?id=32638010




Our current KSOC Officers and Committee Chairs have done a great job this year – juggling COVID, having safe social events, providing opportunities for members to interact with each other, planning and implementing successful ski trips, participating in racing events, maintaining responsible budgets and expenditures, and focusing always on providing value and fun for all our KSOC members. They are to be congratulated for all their efforts.

With that said it is time to designate our Officer Nominating Committee this month. Our By-Laws state that the Nominating Committee be made up of the KSOC Past President, Membership Chair, and three KSOC members at large. This helps maintain transparency in club operations and provides our members to have a voice in our club leadership.

We need to take nominations, announce a slate of officer nominees in about a month, permit further nominations, and hold elections during April, hopefully during our Annual Meeting in person (COVID permitting).

Kathy LaFollette and I are inviting you to please volunteer to be on our Nominating Committee. We need three of you to spend just a little time helping to nominate potential officers, and make sure those people are willing to serve. It is a fun quick activity that does not take a lot of effort.

To volunteer to be on our KSOC Nominating Committee, please contact:

Mary Anne Koltowich, Past President, KSOC at kolsmithma@gmail.com


We want to hear your KSOC story! If you would like to participate, send me a paragraph describing how you started skiing, hiking, or whatever activity that led you to the Knoxville Ski & Outing Club and how you became a member. Below is an example:

I began skiing when I was 10 years old. My parents took my brother and I to North Carolina twice a year to spend weekends together skiing and enjoying each other’s company. It was so much fun and I have great memories from that time in my life. I continued skiing as an adult and eventually had kids of my own to share the joy of skiing with. I learned of the Knoxville Ski & Outing Club while searching for a ski vacation destination for my family. We attended the summer sign up meeting at Concord Yacht Club, signed up for the first of many trips with this great group. The first trip was in Aspen, Colorado. We had the best time skiing and getting together for group activities. We met forever friends on this trip. I am very grateful to have found this great group! ~Nicole Elyse, KSOC Member since 2010.

Please send me your paragraph by February 20, 2022. Send to Jeannine Dunn at skipper8670@yahoo.com.




April 21– April 24, 2022

Kingston Plantation 9800 Queensway Blvd. Myrtle Beach, SC

Come join us for a fantastic beach weekend trip with the Crescent Ski Council! We are staying right on the beach in Brighton Towers near the Embassy Suites with 2 wonderful ocean front/view condos available that can sleep 6-8 people. There is a master bedroom (king) and guest bedroom (2 queens), and 1 queen sofa bed. KSOC can take 8-12 people easily to enjoy the sun and fun. This is a great opportunity to take your grandkids for some ocean-side time. You can get to the beach in under 7 hours from Knoxville!

There is a Tanger Outlets, Wal-Mart, and other shopping venues very close by. Many restaurants are only a short driving distance away.

The condos are nicely furnished with a wonderful ocean view, outdoor balcony, full kitchen and dining area, along with a clothes washer and dryer. You only need to bring your clothes, water toys, bicycles, food (when not eating out), paper towels, and dishwashing soap.

You lodging fees include the CSC registration fees. You get DJ parties on Friday and Saturday nights with dancing, wine, and beer included free. Enjoy the Trade Show on Friday night, and then a themed party on Saturday night. You can also purchase bar drinks. There will be an optional Thursday evening/night Early Bird Party onsite with a $15 extra fee.

You will have complete access to a pool, hot tub, and the beach just steps away.

More information is available at https://www.kingstonplantation.com/

See the attached form for condo rates and sign-up information.

Thanks, Mary Anne Koltowich, KSOC Crescent Representative and CSC Vice President, kolsmithma@gmail.com

CSC Announces Dates and Location for the 2022 Fall Conference – SAVE THE DATES

Friday, October 28 – Sunday, October 30, 2022 are our conference dates. While this is Halloween weekend, these are absolutely the best rates we can get when compared to other weekends. We are pleased to announce preliminary plans for our 2022 CSC Fall Conference. Once again, we will be at the Glenstone in Gatlinburg, TN. The standard room rate is $109 + taxes. This is only a $10 increase from past years and represents a huge discount from normal Glenstone rates. There maybe a few other type rooms available – Front Balcony, Junior Suite, and Executive Suite (sleeps 4 with two beds and two baths) depending on availability at reduced rates also. Be looking for details later on registration and schedule information. So hope we can get together and COVID is mostly behind us.

  • Mary Anne Koltowich, CSC VP and Fall Conference Coordinator

Link to Crescent Ski Council President's Update





By Carole Mustaleski

Winter is here!  We have seen a little snow around Knoxville and there have been some serious snowstorms in the west and northeast USA.  We sent out our first club trip on January 22nd to, Winter Park, CO.  This trip was led by Kevin Staton and Ann Long.  There were 28 people on this trip, coming from North Carolina all the way across the south to Texas.  Based on the photographs that I saw the group had nice sunny, blue-sky days.

Our Steamboat, CO trip leaves this Saturday, February 5th and returns on Saturday, February 12th.  There are 26 people on this trip looking forward to the famous Champagne Powder© that Steamboat is known for.  Snow is in the forecast for Colorado this week, so we hope that the storm blesses Steamboat with its wintry bounty.  Jennifer Emch and her assistant Paul Gurecki have been busy planning meals for the group – The 8th Street Steak House and La Fiesta are the destinations for our group dinners.  We have several new members on this trip and people from other Crescent Ski Council clubs.  We welcome them and hope they enjoy our trip.  Look for a trip recap in the March Fall Line.

March 5th will find KSOC traveling to Big Sky, MT to enjoy the fabulous slopes from wide groomed greens to the steep and gnarly.  And of course, there is always the spectacular view of Lone Peak standing guard over the resort.  This year we are staying in The Summit Hotel which is right next to the Ramcharger lift.  This lift will carry you to some of best green runs ever (in my opinion). Try those greens after fresh snow and you will float your way down the slope.  Or you can take the Swift Current lift to some great blue runs and on to more adventurous areas.  There have been lift upgrades this year which should make folks happy.  We are looking forward to staying at The Summit Hotel which has several restaurants and is next to the Mountain Mall.  Carole Mustaleski and Lori Anderson look forward to welcoming you on this trip.

This trip is currently full with two people on the waiting list.  Both Winter Park and Steamboat had multiple cancellations as we got closer to the trips, so you never know when a spot will open up.  There is no charge to put yourself on the waiting list.  Just go to http://ksoc-bigsky.sat.tours

Knoxville Ski and Outing Club will travel to the Emerald Isle from April 4 – 16, 2022.  Our trip will take us to both Ireland and Northern Ireland to visit and enjoy the many sites on this island divided into two countries.  Ireland has a lot of history and is sure to provide a lot of interesting activities.  We will visit Dublin, Waterford, Killarney, Ennis, Enniskillen, Derry and Belfast.  Attractions include a  Dublin welcome dinner, Dublin city ride or walking tour, Kilkenny, Waterford Crystal factory, Medieval museum, Blarney Stone, Ring of Kerry, Killarney National Park car ride, Cliffs of Moher, Ennis Irish family visit, Donegal town visit, Inishowen Peninsula, Giant’s Causeway, Glens of Antrim, Belfast guided tour and the “Titanic Experience,” and a Ceili (Irish music, singing, and dance) in Belfast.

Planned lodging includes the Herbert Park Hotel (2 nights Dublin), Granville Hotel 1 night Waterford), Killarney Avenue Hotel (2 nights Killarney), Old Ground Hotel (1 night Ennis), Manor House Country Hotel (1 night Enniskillen), City Hotel Derry (2 nights Derry), Europa Hotel (2 nights Belfast).  Don’t miss out on this exciting trip.  The price is $4297 double occupancy and includes Cancel For Any Reason Insurance.  Single occupancy and triple occupancy pricing is available.  Contact Mary Anne Koltowich, trip leader, at kolsmithma@gmail.com for more information.

Sign up for this exceptional trip at https://gateway.gocollette.com/link/1050972

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Membership Requirements for Trip Sign Up

You must be a current member of the Knoxville Ski and Outing Club to sign up for one of our ski trips for 2021-2022 or for the Adventure Non-ski trip to Ireland in March 2022. Our new membership year runs from August 1, 2021 to July 31. 2022. 

You may renew your membership on the Knoxville Ski and Outing Club website at knoxvilleskiclub.org.  You can pay by Credit Card with NO fee.  This is an easy way to pay your club dues and save a stamp.

Carole Mustaleski, EXT. Vice President

Kathy LaFollette, Membership Chair


By: Kevin Staton

Late in January, twenty-seven adventurous souls made their way to the heights of Winter Park, CO from five different states.  Due to challenging travel conditions, we didn’t all make it the same day but we did finally make it.  Our home base for the week was the Vintage Hotel, just a cabriolet ride away from the main village.

We had several days of sunshine and blue skies, and a couple of days of snow.  The fresh snow on top of the hard-packed base made for some very pleasant skiing.  Everyone found someone around their ability level with whom to ski.  We even had one first-time skier, Go Radhi!!!

We enjoyed a fabulous group dinner at The Strip & Tail (Elk, Bison, and Salmon were some of the choices) with a nice four-course meal.  The conversion was lively, as the evening progressed.  The regional bus authority made travel to and from the restaurant a breeze.

Our secret agent on this trip was the Assistant Trip Leader, Ann.  She was a patroller at Winter Park Resort during High School and College.  She was able to take our more advanced skiers to her secret stashes of powder and bumps.  Us mere mortals had a great time cruising around on more-mellow terrain.

Our group visited most of the restaurants in the village and quite a few places in the town of Fraser, CO.  The area boasted almost every type of cuisine you could want.

As the end of the week approached, we gathered once more for Pizza (thanks, again, Ann) and the telling of tales.  Some old, some new, all entertaining.  We had no injuries on the trip and only a couple of problems with the elevation (the top of the resort is over 12,000 ft!)

New friendships were formed, and old friendships rekindled.  We got the chance to meet people from many different clubs.  I look forward to them joining us again, and hope you will too!

Pictured: Ken Miller, Frank McHenry, Karl Caughman, Mary Lambert, Joe DuBois.

Photo Source: Kevin Staton.


By Kevin Staton

For the upcoming ski season, we will be trying something new for our local trips.  We'll be using the MeetUp app to coordinate our trips.  We're going to wait until a little closer to the trip date to announce a destination and exact date so we can be sure to get the best snow!

We are also looking to have at least one overnight or longer trip.  We are checking on a couple of destinations to see which will offer the best bang for the buck.

If you have friends that ski but are not members of the club, please encourage them to get the MeetUp app and join us on one of our local trips.  People are allowed to join us on one local trip before becoming members.

Start thinking about where you want to go for a local trip and let us know.  I'll be adding some polls to the website to get your input.


Kevin Staton

KSOC Local Trips



By Tom Cressler

The hike is sponsored by the Tennessee Trails Association and Knoxville Ski and Outing Club. This joint sponsorship of hikes has been to the benefit of both groups and provides more flexibility for hikes and leadership of the hikes.  

The hike is described below – be sure to bring a facemask even if you have been vaccinated. We want to do everything we can to not catch the virus or to not spread it to our families and friends.  

Knoxville Urban Wilderness – West Perimeter-Whaley-Will Skelton Trails

February 12, 2022

The hike is between 5 and 6 miles, mostly through the woods, with rolling hills, none very steep. About 2 miles will be along the French Broad River with good views. The hike is rated as easy. We recommend shoes to wear to and from the hike plus sturdy hiking shoes, other weather appropriate clothing, a snack, a drink and a camera. Because of Covid-19 we are not encouraging carpooling and you should bring a face mask to wear when you are unable to maintain a 6 foot social distance. You can view the map on Outdoor Knoxville by going to www.outdoorknoxville.com, select Urban Wilderness at the top of the page and then under printable maps, Forks of the River Wildlife Management Area. The hike will be on the trails in the Wildlife Management Area. The first trail is the West Perimeter Trail that goes to the Dozer Trail and after that we will follow the river back to the parking lot. We will meet at 9:30 am at the parking lot at the end of McClure Lane. McClure Lane is on the left just after you pass the parking lot for Meads Quarry (see the map referred to above). After the hike plan on stopping on the way back for a meal and refreshments, perhaps at Calhoun’s or somewhere in South Knoxville. For specific information about the hike please contact Tom Cressler at cressler@utk.edu or 865-588-5622.


NOTICE: Effective February 2, 2021, the NPS issued a statement about mask wearing, "Face masks are now required in all NPS buildings and facilities. Masks are also required on NPS-managed lands when physical distancing cannot be maintained, including narrow or busy trails, overlooks and historic homes."


By Tom Cressler

Hope you have had a good Winter, all things considered. Just wanted to let you know/remind you about our annual April camping trip at Bandy Creek in Big South Fork and hopefully you can work it into you schedule.  As you know we have a great time at this Spring event – cool but not cold weather, nice hiking and sharing time with good friends in the best group camping site I know.  

Effective August 16, 2021, the NPS issued a statement about mask wearing, "Face masks are now required in all NPS buildings and facilities. Masks are also required on NPS-managed lands when physical distancing cannot be maintained, including narrow or busy trails, overlooks and historic homes".  

This directive is essentially the same guidance we used on our camping trip last October. If you choose to join us this April you agree to comply with the face mask requirement.  

So, if we follow safe practice recommendations this is an opportunity have a good time. As you probably know the individual camp sites are sufficiently separated. The pavilion is large enough that we can safely gather for a meal and visiting provided we wear masks.  

The description of the event is below.  

The closing date is critical. If we do not have sufficient interest, we need to cancel in time to get most of our reservation fee refunded.  Also, you know the mail delivery has been slow, as much as 5 days to Atlanta, so you need to send the reservation form with your check earlier than you have in the past. (There are two versions of the registration form – Word and PDF – use whichever reproduces best for you.)  

Hope you and your family can join us in April.  


Camping in Big South Fork, April 22—24, 2022: Join the hardy souls on a camping trip in Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area at Bandy Creek, E-1 Loop.  This is a fantastic area with lots to do and the facilities are among the best available – covered pavilion with fireplace, tables, BBQ grills, electricity, and private heated bathhouse with hot water showers.   

While you are there you can enjoy the area, hike on several trails, ride your bike and take a guided horseback ride.   Horseback riding requires reservations.  If you are interested in horseback riding you make your own reservations.  Members have had a good experience with Southeast Pack Trips.  Their web site is http://www.southeastpacktrips.com. The Big South Fork web site also includes some horseback riding options as well as other park information.  For these go to the park web site,  


Biking is great in this area and all you have to do is bring your own bike and lots of energy.  Several of the campers had a great ride last year.  

We will repeat the process used for the last several trips - each camper bringing all of their own supplies – food, cooking equipment and their own cooking.  The charge will be $15 per night per camper which hopefully will cover the cost of the reservation, firewood for the pavilion, bottled water and ice at the pavilion. Kids 12 and under come free.   

On Saturday evening we will have a Chef’s surprise meal if enough of you are interested. The Saturday evening meal sharing has been an enjoyable event on these camping trips. A little more time to socialize. Because of Covid we will be doing things a little different to make the event safer. Chef Mary and Friends will contact campers and prepare a meal based on their inputs. As we did last October, the meal will be cafeteria style with a server and folks coming up one by one for their food. We may ask that each of you contribute $3 to cover the cost of the meal. If most do not want to participate in this Chef’s surprise we will cancel it and let you know when we confirm that the camping is going to happen.  

In the past we have had an option of going to a restaurant for the Friday evening meal. The option for the meal is on the reservation form. In the past the restaurant has been Bacara’s which will be reopened under a different name/ownership. When more information about the restaurant is available it will be included in the next camping notice. If the restaurant cannot assure us of proper seating we will not go. The decision about restaurant will be sent to those who decide to join us.  

If you are camping please send your check, $15 for each person for each evening, with your completed reservation form, attached to this email.  The checks will not be deposited until after April 4th when we decide if we have a sufficient number of campers.  If there are not enough campers you will be notified and your check will be destroyed. Your check and completed registration formmust arrive by April 4th to allow time to cancel the reservation without having to pay a large penalty if there is insufficient interest.    

Make out your check to Tom Cressler and send it and the completed registration form to 8616 Wimbledon Drive, Knoxville, TN 37923.  

The Saturday hike will be the Grand Gap Loop, a trail that is relatively level and easy except for two places that are moderately difficult. The loop includes two scenic overlooks and is about 6.8 miles long. The hike will leave the pavilion at 9:30 EST and the trailhead at about 10:00 EST. If you want to come just for the hike on Saturday there is no charge. Just be at the pavilion before 9:30 EST.  

That is the plan.   

What I need from youon or before 4:30 pm April 4th is a check and the completed registration form:  

1.  If you plan to camp: how many persons for each night and a check ($15 per person per night),  

2.  If you want to join me at the restaurant evening I need to know how many will be going so I can make reservations, if appropriate.   

3.  If you are interested in taking part in a Chef’s surprise meal Saturday evening.  

4.  If you are only going to come for the Saturday hike you need to let me know and give me a contact telephone number in case the hike is cancelled or changed.  

Again, I need your completed registration form and check on or before 4:30 pm April 4th If too few intend to camp the group reservation will be cancelled.  For those who responded I will let you know by email that camping is a go and include driving and camping information. If the camping is cancelled, you will be notified by email and your check destroyed.  

If you have questions you can contact me at cressler@utk.edu or leave a message at 865-582-5622. 

BSF Camping Registration Form


Let's help our community and join in the 33rd annual Ijams River Rescue sponsored by TVA. The event will take place on Saturday, March 12 (rain date March 19)! This is a great way to get outdoors and exercise while cleaning up our waterways at the same time! For more information click the link below:

Ijams River Rescue Details

KSOC RACE TEAM 2021-2022

By Ramon Davila

Racing for all age groups and all ability levels

The 2021-2022 race season is going strong! Next race is at Beech Mountain February 12 & 13, and the final race will be at Sugar Mountain Ski Resort February 26 & 27. Crescent Cup is still TBD. Racing is a great way to improve one’s ski skills and a great reason for participating with KSOC’s Race Team, along with the fun and team camaraderie. If you would like to get involved with the race team, we would love to have you. Knoxville Ski and Snowboard Alpine Race Team races in the Crescent Ski Council Racing Program at Appalachian, Sugar, and Beech Ski Resorts.

We welcome skiers of all ages and abilities to come take part in our race clinics and race events! We have 5 regular season races every year before Nationals. Come join the KSOC race team and help us grow! We would especially invite young racers, beginner skiers, and families who have not been involved previously and of course all previous racers. Please spread the word as our team greatly depends on you and our other club members’ referrals.

Knoxville is poised for another great season and I am hoping that others will join us! We encourage all skiers from all abilities to join and help us win the Crescent Cup.  If you would like to qualify for Nationals, then you must do so by racing a National Qualifying run before mid-February!

There are lots of opportunities to be involved and every one of them will help you be a better skier or snowboarder, so why not come out and join your KSOC Race Team for some of them?  Contact Ramon Davila at info@knoxvilleskiclub.org for more info. We look forward to seeing you on the slopes! 

2021-2022 Race Schedule



By Kevin Staton

Are you headed to Gatlinburg to ski?  KSOC members get a discount on lift tickets!  All you have to do is show your membership card at the time of purchase to get the discount.  Membership cards are available to all current members on the KSOC Website as an image that you download to your phone.

To get your membership card:

  1. Go to http://knoxvilleskiclub.com
  2. Click on the "Log In" link in the upper right of the homepage to be taken to the login page
  3. Enter your email address and password and click on the "Log In" button
  4. When successful you'll be taken back to the homepage
  5. Click on your name at the top of the screen to be taken to your profile page
  6. Click on the "Image optimized for smartphones" link to get an image of your membership card that you can save to your phone



Exciting news from Lifestyle Pocket Saver!  Here are a few updates including some of our NEW restaurants for 2022. To start with…Mahoganny’s at the Crowne Plaza is doing their awesome “Thanksgiving Brunch”!!!!   You can use your Lifestyle card!!! This year...On Thanksgiving Day, you can go to Mahoganny’s and use your LIFESTYLE CARD.  GET $25.00 off your Thanksgiving Brunch! Thanksgiving lunch will be served between 11:30 and 2:30.  Alcohol is available including Mimosas and Bloody Marys. (This is a one time value ONLY at Mahoganny’s…as Lifestyle is not valid on major holidays!) Mahoganny's is close to bringing back their much loved Friday night Steak & Seafood buffet!!!

  • The Walnut Kitchen is in the 2022 edition with a $50.00 dining value!!! 
  • Bistro By The Tracks is in with a $30.00 dining value!!!
  • Bluetick Tavern in Maryville is in with a $25.00 dining value!!!                                 
  • The Melting Pot is also in with a $25.00 dining value!!!  (Valid Sunday thru Thursday Only).
  • The Marble City Kitchen/The Firefly restaurant located at the Hilton Downtown is in with a $30.00 value                                                  
  • Gavinino’s Pizzeria & Italian Restaurants— Two locations,Turkey Creek & Beardon, have a $20.00 value to each.  One of my favorites for true Italian style pizza and pastas. 

*** The Blue Heron, Tanasi Bar & Grill and Toqua Sports Bar & Grill are ALL IN FOR 2022
I am working hard to finalize added restaurants for this to come out before the holidays. If you haven’t already ordered for 2022…go to www.LifestylePocketSaver.com and place your order!

You can also reach us at 865-357-7488.            —Dennis-Lifestyle Pocket Saver

 Alpine Ski CenterPoint 6 $$ -- KSOC MEMBER DISCOUNTS -- $$

20% off tuning at Alpine Ski Center

Point 6 Socks is offering all Crescent members and their friends a 25% discount onPoint 6 socks. Simply use the code “CSC” on internet orders at www.point6.com. Plus, orders over $50 receive free shipping.

National Ski Council Federation (NSCF) Discounts are available at the NSCF website, www.skifederation.org.

20% off DeBooter. Use code SKICOUNCIL.

Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort: 50% off lift ticket and ski rentals. (Holiday periods, night session and snowboard rental not included.)

20% off Rapid Expeditions river tours.

Stolt Bootski 10% off with promo code DEBINFL15 - link www.stoltsports.com

Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort: 50% off lift ticket and ski rentals. (Holiday periods, night session and snowboard rental not included.)



Please click on this link to sign up: http://www.knoxvilleskiclub.org/membership-form-s.

Membership Dues: Family $60.00

Couple $55.00 

Single Parent $50.00 

Single $45.00 

Associate $35.00 

Student $15.00

KSOC Officers


President: Bill Schwenterly

Internal Vice President: Jennifer Emch

External Vice President: Carole Mustaleski

Treasurer: Julie Stringfield

Secretary: Robyn Ulrich

Internal Committees

Publicity: Jackie Dutton

Membership: Kathy Lafollette

Publications: Jeannine Dunn

Programs/Special Events: Open

Asst. Programs/Special Events: Jo Vaccaro

Social: Claudia Ritchie

Webmaster: Kevin Staton

Crescent Representative: Mary Anne Koltowich/Carole Mustaleski


External Committees

Local Trips: Kevin Staton

Distant Trips: Carole Mustaleski 

Asst. Distant Trips: Open 

Non-Ski Outings: Jo Vaccaro

Ski School: Jennifer Emch

Racing: Ramon Davila, Race Director

Youth: Mike Morgan/Jackie Dutton

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