Welcome to the 2016/2017 Ski Season
2016/2017 on-line registration is now open soon for Jackrabbits and general members alike. Click on Registration and follow the instructions to register on-line (or by mail or in person for general membership). Half-price fees are back for new adult members and for adults who have not been members since 2012.
Mark these dates on your calendar
Nov 26/27 2016: Ski rental opens at the Deep River Curling and Squash Club
Jan 7 2017: First Jackrabbit session
Jan8/15 2017: Lessons in the classic technique for adult beginners
Jan 28 2017: Silver Spoon Ski Fest
Feb 11: Moonlight ski
Visit the Program page for more information on any of these activities.
Club Facebook Page
The club has a Facebook page that can be used to post pictures, spread the news about trail conditions, meet up with others for a group ski and so on. Click on: https://www.facebook.com/groups/DRXCSkiCommunity/
As we enter a new season, the club is looking for a few volunteers to make the skiing as good as it can be.
Groomers: We are looking to expand our stable of trail groomers, who help groom and track set the trails using club snowmobiles and grooming equipment. Interested people should be fit (grooming is a very physical endeavor!), familiar with both classic and skate ski styles and preferably experienced with snowmobile operation. Having some free time in the evenings would also be an asset. The more volunteers we get, the less work it will be for each one. If you’re interested, email Dave Steer at email@example.com.
JackRabbit Head Coach: This position allows you to get out on the trails on Saturday afternoons to coach small groups of children between 5 and 12 years of age, while all the administrative work of the JackRabbit program is done by someone else. Good technique in the classic and skating styles would be an asset. If you’re interested, contact Kevin McDonald at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Club Championships Organizer: The name says it all. We need someone to organize the club championship races, which are held toward the end of the skiing season each year with typically 50 entrants. The organizer ensures that the course is prepared and finds volunteers to act as marshals, starters, timers and so on. If you’re interested, email Bob Donders at email@example.com.