We offer sports-oriented adults the opportunity to participate in recreational activities in a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere.
Year-round, we enjoy camaraderie in sports and social activities that mainly revolve around the outdoors.
Our club members are active adults ages 21 to 70+. Single and married, from all walks of life. Abilities range from beginners to expert skiers and snowboarders. Whatever your skiing or snowboarding ability, there are members with similar abilities and interests to accompany you on and off the hill.
Because of our group buying power and camaraderie, we’re sure you will appreciate the affordability and unique nature of our club.
This is a video shot by Jeff Theisen at our Nov. 3rd club meeting. We had Jason Schultz from Appleton WI give a very good demo on waxing your own skis.
It has been a fantastic ski season this year. We have enjoyed great snow, great trips and great times. Now it is time to celebrate at our spring banquet on April 25th. Please join us that evening at the Stone Cellar at Riverview Gardens in Appleton. That evening we will install the new Board and review the year.
Speaking of the new Board, the elections for the new officers will take place at the April 9th meeting. The following people have been nominated: President: Dar Kramer, V President: MaryAnne Herwig, Secretary: Abby Beck, and Treasurer: Julie Buechner.
At the spring banquet, we will also have a raffle for a Sly Fox Adirondack Ski Chair. Thanks to several ski members: Tom Sitter, Abby Beck, Deb Matz, and Jane Kurath for donating “seasoned” pairs of skis. Al, our pal the bus driver took these and created an Adirondack chair. You can win this beautifully made chair by purchasing a raffle ticket. The donation of $5 for one chance or $10 for three chances can be made at the last meeting, the evening of the banquet or by contacting me. You will not need to be present to win the chair. The drawing will be made at the banquet.
As we bring a close to this ski season, I would like to thank everyone for their support and participation this past year. Without you, the members, we would not have the great Club we have. This has been a wonderful year of so many people volunteering in so many different ways, from helping out at the meetings, to being trip leaders, unloading and loading the buses, bringing the beer upstairs, setting up chairs, supporting local volunteer events, writing articles for the newsletter, and most importantly, signing up for trips.
Hopefully, you can join everyone at the Spring Banquet and continue the celebration!