End of Season Details

Dear 1-day a week BKL families,

Thank you to the children, parents, and volunteers for coming together to create a wonderful ski season!

END OF THE YEAR POTLUCK BANQUET!

Please join us on March 13 (5:30-7:30 PM) at the Black Center in Hanover to celebrate the accomplishments of your children! Sign-up here to let us know that you can come.

Please let me know if you have any pictures that you are willing to share with the program (and have included in the end of the year slideshow)!

YOUR CHILDREN HAVE LEARNED A LOT!

Be proud of your children! While the BKL program emphasizes having fun and developing a lifelong love of skiing, your children also have been mastering a number of introductory skills – and many are practicing or have mastered intermediate skills. For a description, see: Ford Sayre BKL Skills Assessment.

KEEP SKIING WHILE YOU CAN!

Our formal practices have ended, but the trails are still beautiful! We hope that you and your children continue to go skiing after school or on weekends. Of note, one of the incentives in the Passport to Winter Fun program is a 1/2 day pass for up to 5 people at the Dartmouth Cross Country Ski Trails! Four other area nordic centers also have incentives for children. If you don’t have a pass, this might be a great way for your children to show off their new skills!

LOST AND FOUND

I’ve collected many things over the past few weeks, including a pair of black adult gloves, a pair of black/green youth gloves, and a pair of youth gray ski poles. Please let me know if you think they are yours!

GOOD LUCK to our Ford Sayre BKL Festival participants this weekend!

Nearly 50 Ford Sayre skiers are at Mountain Top Resort this weekend participating in the BKL Festival! Good luck to our racers tomorrow in their individual classic races!

Best wishes,

Aricca; cell: 603-715-7233; bkl.one.day@fordsayre.org

P.S. I love getting feedback on the program – and especially love to hear from the children in the program! I’ll be sending a survey after our banquet – so start thinking about what went well and what could be improved for next year!

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