Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Open House at the MMSC club house on spruce peak.
The season is fast approaching and the preparations are being put in place to kick this season off in grand fashion. This coming Saturday we will start things off with our Open House at the MMSC club house on spruce peak. At 9am our amazing coaching staff will guide a hike on spruce peak. This event will be a great chance to introduce friends who may be interested in our snowboard programs. Remember that our community is only as great as the people involved in it. You have the chance to make this MMSC snowboard community the best around. So tell your friends and family about what we are building here at MMSC and lets get more rippers involved in our community. Around 11am we will introduce the coaching staff and allow you to get to know them a bit more. We will hold our first team meeting shortly after and discuss the season ahead. We will follow our meeting with the handing out of this years team gear to all registered riders. There is also a club wide BBQ to follow.
In addition to our open house we have our pre-season training happening this week. Tonight we have training from 7pm-8:30pm at GMFC. Sunday from 4:30-6 we will continue with our training at GMFC come on out and begin to prepare for the season with the rest on the team. Spots are still available for these sessions and the pricing will be as follows. Once a week for 8 weeks will be $120. Twice a week for 8 weeks will be $240. Any 4 sessions for $100. Single day rates of $30. To register please print and fill out the forms below. All checks made payable to Scott Adam.
Last but not least our preseason trip to Copper Nov. 25th through Dec. 3rd is still on the table. As of now one person is committed to this trip. We need to make a decision on this trip asap. Please contact me if you have interest in sending you rider to get some early season training at the site of the USASA nationals and Woodward at Copper. We will be making a final decision on this trip by Friday.
I am very exited to see you all this weekend.