T17 - Winterplace Ski Trip

  • From: "John Maynard" <John@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2012 19:33:46 -0500

Date: 1/4/2013

Time: Meet at Hut - 4:30p           

Return: 1/5/2013

Location: Winterplace Ski Resort - Ghent, WV

Registration: Online Registration Form
<http://www.scouttroop17.org/permission>   (Each Scout and Adult Must

Planning: Watch your Email



Hello Folks, it's time for some snow fun!  We are heading back to West
Virginia to our favorite Ski Resort.  If your scout has not been or has
never skied, don't worry, lessons are required and we have not failed to
make a skier out of all scouts.  Included in our trip are Saturday morning
breakfast, lunch, rentals, lift ticket and a lesson. You will need to bring
money for Friday dinner and Saturday dinner on the return. Please visit our
website for more information on Winterplace Ski resort and photos from past
trips.  <http://www.scouttroop17.org/> http://www.ScoutTroop17.org 



Skiing: $120

Boarding: $140


If interested, please bring your payment (check to Troop 17) this Tuesday,
or to our Court-of-Honor on 12/4.



Next Tuesday, we will be having our fall Court-of-Honor for all of our


Time: 7:00p

Dress: Class A scout shirts.




Meal Prep


          Dinner: Eat on the drive up


          Breakfast: At the Ski Slope

          Lunch: At the Ski Slope

          Dinner: Eat on the drive home


Registration is required (do not reply to this email for registration) and
it is helpful to register for each trip as soon as possible in order help us
better plan for attendance and transportation.  Simply click on the link to
fill in the web form at: www.scouttroop17.org/permission  (Adults need to
register - 1 form per person)


Helpful Web Links:

*         T17 Camping Page
<https://sites.google.com/site/scouttroop17/camping/campinfo>   (lots of
good stuff here)

*         Packing List

*         Electronics
tMGI1ZGY0Mjk0NzFj/edit?hl=en_US&authkey=CIXC47IB> & Cellphone Policy


Don't forget your Nalgene Bottles!


Please let us know if you have any questions.


Yours in Scouting,


John Maynard


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