Patrollers: see PD Updates for messages from Troy and Member/Patrol Updates for patrol operations info. Watch for the highlighted areas to quickly scan the running notes.
For the 15/16 season we have established Action Teams to help accomplish our patrol mission. If you are willing to help with Recruiting, Fundraising, or Administrative areas, please look under the Member area or click here for more info.
CENTRAL DIVISION WINS BIG IN NATIONAL VOTING!
Congratulations! The Central Division had approximately a 36% voting turnout and Ohio Region hit 40%!! This is a great turnout and far exceeds past interest levels. Thank you to everyone who took the time and interest to vote for the next set of members for our NSP national board. Election results are in and the Central Division will have three representatives to the board for the upcoming three year term: Jim Woodrum (2nd term), Brian Rull, and John (Ty) Damon. Ed McNamara, Eastern Division, was also re-elected to a 2nd term, and currently serves as the National Chair.
Updated schedule is posted. Check under the member area to confirm yours now.
TIPS AND TRICKS:
Patrol reference info has been added in Tips,Tricks and FAQ under the Member Resources area. Check here for how to call patrol room with your cell, find a list of senior electives, what radio to buy, change your personal info on nsp.org and more! If you have questions or Q&A information to offer assistance to other patrollers, please email to Cheryl R for review and posting.
Sunday, November 1st we had a great Mad River Mountain Ski Swap. Sales were down some from last year, but considering all it was a GREAT turnout! Many thanks to all the patrollers and friends that helped over the weekend. Other than the Sat night rain, we were graced with some good weather for both the swap and Capital Park Rail Jam.
On September 16th, The Loft and attached food/service/lodge area at Mad River Mountain caught fire which resulted in a total loss. This loss also included the ski patrol room where supplies and equipment were severely damaged or lost. The Mad River Mountain resort has insurance that is expected to recover these losses and we will open this season with equipment and supplies that we need to provide exceptional services to guests of the Mad River Mountain Ski Resort.
The Mad River Mountain Ski Patrol has created a GoFundMe account for those that would like to help us with our continued training and/or educating our members. www.gofundme.com/madriverskipatrol The funds will be used for any educational expenses or training equipment that we may need going forward after this tragic event. These funds will not be used on items that will be covered by insurance, or items that are considered part of the ski area operations.
The Mad River Mountain Ski Patrol truly appreciates the overwhelming support and words of encouragement after the devastating fire. Our membership has really pulled together and is doing a great job of getting ready for the upcoming ski season.
Our 100+ volunteer members provide service, safety, and emergency care to snowsports enthusiasts that visit the Mad River Mountain Ski Resort.Mad River Mountain Ski Resort boasts a 300 ft vertical covering 120 acres of pristine snow generated by Mother Nature, or Mad Rivers 100+ snow machines.Please feel free to check out our site and information about us . Thanks for stopping by.
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