Party Wrapup!

CMSC’s 50th Birthday Party It was a very special night.   CMSC’s 50th Birthday Party brought together generations of snowlovers for an evening of dining, dancing and, above all, sharing memories with friends.  The party was held Sat. Nov 4, at the Mediterranean Event Center in Bedford Heights.   Upon arrival, over 230 guests enjoyed […]

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Powder Alert for October

Business Partners Seeking to Reopen Cockaigne Appear Before Industrial Development Agency JUNE 28, 2017 BY WRFA JAMESTOWN – The Chautauqua County Industrial Development Agency received a preliminary update on the effort by two business partners to resurrect a Chautauqua County ski resort that has been closed the past six years. During Tuesday’s IDA meeting Adam […]

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Powder Alert for August

SKI Online Course: How to Break Through Get ready to take your skills to the next level with our AIM Adventure U course on how to bust through your ski performance plateaus. SkiMag.com Editors Aug 21, 2017 In collaboration with AIM Adventure U, SKI Magazine is proud to present a great new online video course […]

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A Failure to Communicate

A Failure to Communicate By W. Gregory Schmid, President, Cleveland Metro Ski Council   “What we’ve got here is a failure to communicate.”  These words, spoken by Strother Martin to Paul Newman in the movie Cool Hand Luke, unfortunately apply to Cleveland Metro Ski Council and to its 23 member clubs. Frequently, we reach out […]

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We’re having a party!

We’re having a party, and you’re invited!   Join us for dinner, open bar, dancing to The Summer of ’65 and much more as we celebrate CMSC’s 50th birthday!  Open to all current, former ski club members, guests – SPREAD THE WORD!   Time: 5:30:  Cocktails and Hors d’oeuvres; 6:30 dinner and surprises Where:  Mediterranean […]

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Powder Alert for July

SUMMERTIME SKI FITNESS Tips from a pro: skiing is fun, so training should be too. By Amie Engerbretson | June 6, 2017 Summertime is here, and winter is a sweet drifting memory in the rearview mirror. Legs are tired and feet are abused. What does it all mean? Time to totally veg and lay around […]

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Powder Alert for June

How To Store Your Ski Gear This Summer Take care of your gear and it will take care of you. May 11, 2017 Take Stock Go over any equipment issues while the season is still fresh in your mind, and address any fixes you’ve put off. It’s discouraging to bust out the gear for a […]

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Endless Winter: A Guide to Spring Skiing

Feel like going somewhere new this spring? Pick your locale based on this guide, illustrating everything you need to know about different resorts around the world during skiing’s favorite season. Where: Arapahoe Basin, Colorado Closing Date: TBD, but typically June or later Why Go: With a summit elevation of 13,050 fee, A-Basin receives some of […]

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2017 Race Season Wrap Up

Go Home Mother Nature, You’re Drunk. 2017 Race Season Wrap Up Becky Bertuzzi, Race Chair I’m sure that we all had high hopes for a great winter. I know the weathermen kept getting our hopes up with Farmer’s Almanac predictions. I really need a job where I can be wrong 50% of the time and […]

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Akron Ski Club

Akron Ski Club is a small, friendly group of skiers who enjoy outdoor activities year round. During the winter, the club sponsors one- and two-day bus trips, weekend ski trips, a weekly ski night at Boston Mills and a weekly cross-country ski/hike event. The rest of the year is bicycling, hiking, social events and our […]

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