Patrollers, if you have not voted in the National Ski Patrol Board Election
yet, please do so. Tom Anderson would be a great patroller to talk to if you
would like advice.
From: news@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:news@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2018 2:52 PM
To: Jim Grundstrom <jimgrundstrom@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: NSP Election
Dear Fellow Patrollers;
If you haven’t voted yet in the National Board Election, please do this! It’s
very important because the decisions that are made by the National Board affect
you as an everyday patroller. For instance, the National Board just voted in
that every patroller is required to take the course on Incident Command.
It is important that the Board represents the entire National Ski Patrol not
only one or two Divisions.
Please VOTE and if you have questions on who to vote for, please contact any of
the people listed below:
John (JT) Thomas jttheskibum@xxxxxxxxx
Tom Anderson tpanderson@xxxxxxxxxxx Current ADD Chris Raudabaugh
chris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx Current ADD Jay Zedak jay@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Current Board
member Ty Damon tydamon@xxxxxx Current Board member Jim Woodrum
jrwoodrum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx Current Board member
Your Region Director:
Guy Day gcday@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
John Donnelly jfdonnely002@xxxxxxx
Mike Schons schonsm@xxxxxxxxx
Scott O’Connor sjozac@xxxxxxxxxxx
Steve Palindini dosblacklabs@xxxxxxxxx
James Hughes farwell839@xxxxxxxxxxx
John Wiley JDWiley@xxxxxxxxxxx
Mike Vaerewyck nsp461@xxxxxxx
Linda Murphy Jacobs overlook5500@xxxxxxxxx
Or talk to your Patrol Representative and they can discuss with your RD or one
of the leaders.
Please take the time to VOTE to help make your NSP organization better in the
future. The deadline is December 1st! Time is running out.
Thank you for your attention,
John “JT” Thomas
Central Division Director
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