2022 04.06: Lost & Found, Lighting Project Volunteers, Canada Post Employee?, Reino Salmi Keski Loppet Committee
Larch Hills Nordic Society
THANK YOU TO ALL MEMBERS WHO PARTICIPATED IN MAKING THE 2021-22 SEASON SUCCESSFUL
The tracksetting has officially ended, the night skiing lights are no longer scheduled to come on and the chalet is now closed. The ski trails are still being used and comments from our keen members have been that it is good spring conditions. Please enjoy and stay safe if you continue to venture up.
Larch Hills Nordic wishes you a wonderful summer enjoying the outdoors.
IS SOMETHING MISSING???
Lost and Found items are shown below in photos. If one of these items belong to your household, please contact Karen at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for pick up.
Larch Hills Nordic Society Lighting Committee
The project will commence mid May for the completion of Phases 3,4 and 5. Updates on where the work is being done will be listed on the Larch Hills Trail report.
Larch Hills Nordic would like to acknowledge everyone who has made the commitment to assist with the task. The committee is still needing a few more volunteers to help out. It would be one day per week starting mid May for approximately 2 months. No prior experience required but it is moderately physical work, bedding pipe in the sand filled trench.
Larch Hills is applying for a Canada Post Community Grant. If you are employed or retired from Canada Post, please contact Karen at email@example.com. Time sensitive and need a response by Wednesday evening, March 6. Thanks!
It is never too early! Reino Keski Salmi Loppet Committee
With optimism the committee is planning to hold an inperson loppet for next season. They are in need of some people to step up and help with the organization.
Positions they are looking for are: Volunteer Coordinator; Registrar, Treasurer and Clean up.