LARCH HILLS NORDIC SOCIETY
NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR EXECUTIVE POSITIONS
This is a formal notice to advertise the positions that are open for the Larch Hills Nordic Society’s Executive. The positions will be filled by election at the Annual General Meeting.
When: Tuesday, March 20th 7pm
Where: Salmon Arm Recreation Centre Downstairs
Five positions are open for the coming term:
Allan Bahen (Treasurer), Abbi May (Director) and Craig McBride (Director) will let their names stand for another term. Any Larch Hills Nordic Society members who are interested in running for an executive position please contact the Nominations Committee or attend the Annual General meeting in March.
Thanks to Larch Hills School Ski Host Volunteers!
Thanks to all 39 Larch Hills Ski Club Volunteers for sharing your love of Larch Hills X-C skiing with groups of visiting students from local schools during January!
Larch Hills Volunteer Ski Hosts teamed up with 528 students from 9 local schools. Each Volunteer hosted an average group size of 8-10 kids for three, 90 minute adventures on the Larch Hills ski trails in January.
Total: about 1216 student visits. That’s a lot of fun on skis!
Thank you to these January 2018 Larch Hills Volunteer Ski Hosts:
Daryl Bader, Petra Bader, Peter Barss, Daniela Bruns, James Burton, James Cadden, Brian David, Kirsten Earl, Elizabeth Eso, Steve Fabro, Dale Fennell, Gullan Hansen, Barb Heckrodt, Val Heckrodt, Lorne Hunter, Pat Hutchins, Reinhard Liebich, Eleanor Marshall, Tom Marshall, Chris McMahen, David Miege, Kerry Miller, Peter Molnar, Richard Motz, Jim Nadler, Doug Noakes, Connie Pasutto, Loretta Prosser, Beth Savage, Rob Savage, Brian Smith, Clint Smith, Eva Smith,
Sonia Irisno, Marcel Tetrault, Pauline Waelti, Keith Wilkie, Marianne Wolters, George Zorn, Jeanetta Zorn
Bike for Your Life and Beyond – A Community Conversation
Thursday 6:30 p.m. March 1, First United Church Hall, Salmon Arm
Join in conversation with recreational road cyclists who live here in the Shuswap – North Okanagan, described by Shuswap Tourism as a “pedal paradise”. We enjoy cycling adventures and quiet times rolling along scenic paved back roads on our bikes. Cycling provides us with rich experiences in observing, listening to and smelling nature especially here in this beautiful region we call home.
Residents of the Shuswap – North Okanagan live in a “pedal paradise”. One of the ways local cyclists have shared their appreciation for local cycle touring has been to invite fellow cyclists from both near and far (since 1998) to participate in a community bike ride. The Salmon Arm Bike for Your Life Century Ride is 100% volunteer driven and requires ongoing replenishment of its volunteer pool in order to survive and thrive!
At this community conversation we will reflect together on past experiences of the Salmon Arm Bike for Your Life Century Ride and discuss the shape that this event (or another like it) might take in the future.
Interested? Please register online here:
By registering you will help us prepare for the evening. Please share your comments with us if you are not able to attend the conversation. Thank you!
When? Thursday evening, March 1 at 6:30 p.m.
Where? First United Church Hall (450 Okanagan Ave E, Salmon Arm)
Hosts & Participants: Roger Beardmore, Pat Danforth, Pat Hutchins, Ian Wickett, George Zorn
Community Conversation Facilitator: Erik Bjorgan
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