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                        LEWIS SKI CLUB NEWSLETTER
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Glenn Research Center
Cleveland, Ohio                                                                                            January, 2001


                              Happy New Year!
With the Holiday Season over, now is the time to sign up for Club ski trips before
you get Shut Out. Because of a sudden cancellation, a single spot has recently
opened for the Salt Lake City, Utah trip. Contact Malcolm Wood for information.

                 Ski Trip Give Away at January 2nd Meeting
                 A single “One-Day” ski trip will be given away as a door prize.
                             Food and beverages will be provided.

Next Meeting: Tuesday, January 2nd                                                PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
at the Guerin House. 5:00pm
                                                                               I wish everyone the best for the upcoming
                                                                       holidays and ski season. Mother nature has been
Trip Announcements:
                                                                       very cooperative and all the nearby resorts are fully
HoliMont, NY, Jan 5 . . . . . . . . . . . .page 10                     open. The weather forecast for the next few months
Peek‟n Peak, Jan 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 11                   is excellent and very friendly towards the skiers.
Holiday Valley I, Jan 19 . . . . . . . . . page 15                     Everyone should take advantage of the improved
Art Roscoe, NY, Jan 27 . . . . . . . . . page 13                       skiing conditions after the last few years.
Holimont, NY, March 2 . . . . . . . . . .page 17                               About our ski trips, we decided to cancel the
                                                                       trip to Okemo, due to a low number of sign-ups.
Art Roscoe, NY, Feb 24 . . . . . . . . . page 19
                                                                       Mark Hyatt, the trip leader, will be contacting
Holiday Valley II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 21                everyone who sent money in for this trip. The Salt
Boyne, Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 16                    Lake City trip is full and Silver Star trip has is about
Seven Springs, PA . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 23                    half full. All of the one-day trips are doing well,
Silver Star Mtn., B.C. Canada . . . . page 25                          with the bus to our first trip to HoliMont about 75%
                                                                       full. The snow conditions for the Nordic trips are
                                                                       looking very promising too. (continued, pg 2)
Trip Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 5


   SKI CLUB OFFICERS                                                   COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSONS

PRESIDENT :             Bruce Frankenfield (433-6456/86-12)        METRO REP:            Gene Addy         (977-7467/11-2)
VICE PRES (Alpine):     Joe Roche          (433-2575/86-10)        REFRESHMENT:          (VACANT)
VICE PRES. (Nordic):    Roger Meredith     (433-2103/14-3)         SUNSHINE:             Patty Rondaris    (440-748-3450)
RECORDER:               Linda Elonen-Wright (433-9370/142-5)       RACE:                 Mark Hyatt        (433-3248/86-8)
PUBLICITY :             Tom Haag           (977-7423/301-3)        MEMBERSHIP:           Lisa Ferenc       (433-6592/60-5)
TREASURER:              Tom Palisin        (433-6572/500-313)      SOCIAL:               Teresa Kline      (433-3695/60-7)
PAST PRESIDENT:         Mark Hyatt         (433-3248/86-8)         CLUB PHOTOS:          Mallory Kolick    (440-238-3991)

Full mailing address:      NASA Glenn Research Center, 21000 Brookpark Road, (Name, Mail Stop #), Cleveland, OH 44135
Internet site:             http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/Clubs/lercski/
(President‟s Message, continued)
The ski-racing season is about to begin and our goal is to beat Goodyear this year and win the “company” ski
club championship, contact Mark Hyatt for more information.

Do you know the ski club has a room at NASA to work on your skis? It‟s located on the second floor of the
Visitor Center. You must enter the Visitor Center building from the back (east side), next to the steam plant,
and walk up a flight of wooden stairs. The room is locked, but a key can be signed out from the guards at the
Main Gate. The ski clubroom has a worktable with a vise, an iron, files, scrapers, cork, brushes, etc. for waxing
and prepping your skis. You need to bring only your own wax and we ask that you clean up after yourself when
you are done.

The January Club Meeting will sneak up on us very fast, since it‟s on January 2, at 5:00 pm, at the Guerin
House. We will have usual snacks and beverages, so you can swap some of your early season ski stories and
also sign up for some of the upcoming trips. A drawing for another one-day ski trip will be held and will be
awarded to someone in attendance at the club meeting. I‟ll see you there.

Happy Holidays,
Bruce




Date and room change for next board meeting.
Next board meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 16, noon, building 21, room 205.

(Bruce Frankenfield)




                               2000/2001 Lewis Ski Club Trip Itinerary
       Type            Date          Location                      Contact/Coordinator Phone
       Friday          1/5           Holimont, NY                  Jim Yuko                  5646
       Monday          1/15          Peek-n-Peak, NY               Paul Antczak              3113
       Friday          1/19          Holiday Valley, NY            John Anderson       440-871-3622 (h)
       Saturday        1/27          Art Roscoe, NY*               Carl Blaser               2377
       Friday          2/2           Seven Springs, PA             Lori Manthey        330-225-8106 (h)
       Thurs-Sun       2/8-2/11      Northwest Michigan*           Roger Meredith            2103
       Friday          2/16          Holiday Valley, NY            Tony Shook                6373
       Saturday        2/24          Art Roscoe, NY*               Roger Meredith      216-741-3137 (h)
       Week            2/17-2/24     Salt Lake City, UT            Malcolm Wood        440-331-1349 (h)
       Friday          3/2           Holimont, NY                  Tom Palison               6572
       Week            4/6-4/13      Silver Star, BC               Linda Elonen-Wright       9370

                                        * Indicates cross country skiing outing

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                                                 Other events
The North Eastern Ohio Orienteering Club (NEOOC) is holding a Nordic skiing orienteering meet at Punderson
State Park, Sunday, February 4. The starting time is from noon to 1:00. Orienteering is a sport in which you
navigate your way from marker to marker, using only a topographical map and compass. Normally orienteering
is done on foot, but this is a unique Nordic skiing event. This outing is a score event, which means your goal is
to visit as many markers throughout the park, within a designated time period, usually 90 minutes. All ages and
skill levels are welcomed to participate and compasses are available at the meet. Punderson State Park is 1 mile
west of Rt. 44 on Rt. 87; just follow the orange and white markers to the registration. For more information,
call the NEOOC hotline at 440-729-3255.



                                      CMSC Ski Queen Pageant Highlights
                                            By: Kathy Schubert

So, what‟s it like to be the CMSC Ski Queen? As the NASA Lewis ski queen candidate, I wondered this as I
filled out my application last August. At the time, it was 80 degrees outside and tough to think about winter,
snow, and skiing. Before I knew it, October was here and the Ski Fair was only a month away. I needed to get
busy and contact one of the ski outfit sponsors. I called Gieger‟s in Lakewood, Ohio and spent a couple of
hours with Susan Gieger trying on all the new ski coats for this season. Susan was great; I tried on a variety of
ski coats with a range of different features for skiing and/or snowboarding. Once I picked out my outfit, I was
looking forward to the Ski Fair although I had some studying to do. To prepare for the interview, each of the
contestants received a couple of pages of ski terms to learn. Most of the terms were familiar to me, but I could
not have recited a definition off the top of my head. So, I spent some time studying the list, trying not to get the
terms mixed up.

The evening before the Ski Fair, we had an opportunity to meet the Ski Queen Pageant Committee. The
committee is a group of dedicated women that have competed in prior year pageants. Christina Shahriari and
Chris Reschke are the Ski Queen Pageant Chairpersons who along with the rest of the committee are
responsible for planning and executing the whole event. Everyone was friendly and enthusiastic and made all
of the ski club queens feel at ease and welcome. Only in hindsight can I appreciate everything that the
committee did to pull off a successful event and make it a great time for everyone that participated.

As I left for the Ski Fair, a little bit anxious about how the day would go, I asked my husband John to quiz me
on the ski terms. So, John asks me, “What‟s the most important thing to remember about skiing?” I respond
with all kinds of answers about having the right equipment, taking lessons from a qualified instructor, trying it
out before investing a lot of money in equipment, and so on, trying to recall all of the answers that were printed
on my study material. John waited and I stood there looking perplexed thinking that I must have missed
something. John then responded with, “Go out and have fun!” What a simple answer and really the reason we
all learn to ski. Off I went to the Ski Fair, determined to go out and have fun!

The day at the Ski Fair went quickly. Each of the candidates interviewed with the panel of five judges,
answering a number of questions on a variety of topics about skiing, CMSC, and personal interests. The judges
were well prepared and very serious about their responsibility. Next we went on stage to model our ski outfit
and thank all the sponsors that donated prizes. The semifinalists were announced and I was just pleased to
make it to the final round! Following another set of questions on stage, and a break in between, we returned

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for the final announcement of the 2000-2001 Queen and Court. As the Court was announced, I was happy for
each of the women that had been selected. All of ski club queens were good candidates and would have been an
excellent choice for CMSC Queen! I certainly did not expect to hear my name when the Queen was announced.
It took seconds for it to register and the shock to set in. I was surprised and dismayed as Laine Keefe, 1999 -
2000 CMSC Ski Queen, put the tiara and ribbon on me. Looks like I would be finding out what it would be
like to be the CMSC Ski Queen!

The next day, I was like a kid on Christmas morning as I went through all of the prizes that I received. I had no
idea what to expect and was overwhelmed by the generosity of the sponsors. The highlights included Head
skis, boots, and bindings, a gift certificate from the Ferdl Aster Ski Shop in Chesterland, Ohio and a bunch of
lift tickets and lodging accommodations for places in New York and Michigan. The most exciting prize was a
ski package for 5 days at Smugglers Notch in Vermont. Many of the CMSC ski clubs donated a membership, a
club trip, or a club event, which is a really great way for me to get out and meet people. John and I attended the
Euclid Ski Club Reverse Raffle and had a terrific evening!

Needless to say, I am very excited to be the CMSC Ski Queen this year and look forward to seeing many of you
out skiing. The NASA Lewis Ski Club and CMSC have so much to offer its members so get out there and
enjoy it! The CMSC racing program is a lot of fun for both kids and adults and with the variety of trips to
choose from, there is definitely something for everyone. With all the snow this past December we are off to a
great start to the 2001 ski season!

(Kathy Schubert)



                                             RACING REPORT

By the time you read this we should have at least one new racer in the fold. Sandy Maurer was set to qualify at
Boston Mills on December 27. Way to go Sandy! I hope you have a great time this year learning to ski around
the gates! You or anyone else can always ask for advice anytime. The only dumb question is the one that
doesn't get asked.

The rest of the team is looking forward to the first races of the year at Holiday Valley on the 6th and 7th. Here's
to a safe and successful season! Anyone who wants to be preregistered for any race needs to contact me by the
Wednesday beforehand, so I can submit the team roster for that weekend. This is important, because it saves
you a couple of bucks, and time at the ski area on the weekend. The next races after Holiday Valley are set for
Bristol on the 13th and 14th. Bristol has made numerous changes and improvements since last year. It's also
the biggest hill we race on during the year. Ask any one who's been to Bristol in January, and they will tell you
how much fun it is to race there without the hubbub and pressure of Combined. You should give it a try!
Finally, on the 28th, we have our one local race of the year at Boston Mills. The team will be grilling in the
parking lot, so bring your tailgatin' gear and BBQ fixins and join in the fun. It's an easy, travel-free way to
check out the CMSC race scene.

Looking forward to February, we have races at Kissing Bridge, Swain and of course, Combined at Bristol.
Check out the complete race schedule on the Club website. Also, if transportation is a problem, check the

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master CMSC trip schedule in the Sitzmark. Many clubs run weekend trips to the race destinations. Pick the trip
that fits your budget and the club that fits your lifestyle. You can always go with another club and make new
friends!

There's also the Wednesday Night Series that gets underway at Boston Mills on January 3rd. It's a great way to
learn the ropes of ski racing in a fun and friendly atmosphere. If you didn't sign up yet, it's not too late. Just
show up at 6pm in the Basketball Court (the big room above the rental shop) at Boston Mills, pay your
registration fee, sign your waiver, and go racing. There will be several NASA club members competing in the
series this year, so you won't be alone. Many CMSC skiers caught the racing bug in this series, and are now
dedicated competitors.

That's about it for now. We'll have the First race results in next month's newsletter. Until then, point 'em down
and ride 'em like they're stolen! See you on the hill.

Mark Hyatt
(Mark Hyatt)




                                               TRIP REPORT

Gray Rocks 2000

         After a one year hiatus, twelve Naskiers returned to Gray Rocks this season for another fabulous early
winter skiing vacation. Leaving in the afternoon of the Saturday following Thanksgiving, we took a direct flight
from Cleveland to Montreal on one of Continental's new regional jets. Meeting up with some friends from the
Mogul Meister Ski Club of New York City there, we climbed on our bus for the hour and a half drive to Gray
Rocks where the first of many wonderful meals was awaiting us.
         We free skied on Sunday before breaking up into groups of similar level skiers on Monday for skiing the
rest of the week. One of our group decided to take up snow boarding with a vengeance and snowboarded the
rest of the week. Most of us took a side trip to Mont Tremblant on Thursday and enjoyed Pro Challenge Races
(similar to Nastar) on Wednesday and the regular resort challenge races on Friday.
         To wrap up the week, Friday evening included the traditional banquet, awards presentations, and, of
course, partying. We packed on Saturday morning, enjoyed one last great breakfast, and grabbed a box lunch
for the trip back to Cleveland.
         Evenings during the week were filled with hot tubbing and swimming and social gatherings including
casino night, karioke night, classical guitar, and live bands and dancing in the bar as well as the fine dining. Of
course, the lively conversation and friendly banter continued during meals this year, both among the group and
with the courteous and entertaining servers - not to mention other skiers who happened to be sitting a little too
close and got caught up in our antics. The exceptional food and atmosphere at Gray Rocks seem to have a secret
ingredient that makes the vacation purely magical. It truly is worth going back for year after year.

Gene Addy



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                                               NORDIC NEWS

Happy New Millennium to each of you! Winter is officially the first season of this new millennium as the snow
has been plentiful as promised. Among the other promises were the Nordic ski trips offered to give you several
opportunities to ride a bus to some distant trails. Perhaps I was a bit overconfident with the success of the last
couple of outings. I know those of us who participated had a great time and I thought with enough preplanning
and setting the dates early enough, skiers could schedule the trips in between their other commitments. Maybe
it‟s just the fact that everybody is too busy this time of year to think past the holidays. Another lesson learned
was this club, as a group, really doesn‟t want to go on weekend or extended weekend trips. With a couple of
exceptions over the years, most of the weekend trips, both alpine and Nordic, get to the point where they need
to be canceled or operate at a loss. I realize there are five or ten of us who want these trips and as a trip
coordinator I thank you for your support. The XCtended weekend trip to Michigan will probably join the list of
canceled weekend opportunities unless things really change in the next week. (In the event of cancellation, for
those of you that signed up, your un-cashed deposit checks will be returned to you).

As far as the Art Roscoe trips go, sign-ups have been incredibly slow. Carl Blaser reported that he might need
to cancel the January 27th trip. Being a one-day trip, we have a bit more latitude in a „cancel or lose money
cancel date‟, but if you were considering going, Carl need to hear from you. The February 24th trip still needs
some skiers or snow shoe hikers to make it a go. Hopefully we will get to go on both of these trips, but it‟s not
looking good. Talk it up amongst yourselves and let‟s support the trips and the trip coordinator‟s efforts.

More things to do…

A couple of new mentions in this issue of the Nordic news are the North Eastern Ohio Orienteering Club‟s
(NEOOC) Nordic skiing orienteering meet at Punderson State Park, Sunday, February 4th and the Lake County
Metroparks‟ NORDIC FLURRY race at Chapin Forest on January 27th. The race consists of a 5k classic and/or
a 10k skate competition. The race is $15 in advance and $20 the day of. There are t-shirts, prizes and a „no-
snow make-up day‟ if this current snow was to vanish by the 27th. Of course we would rather see you on the
bus to Art Roscoe that same morning, but this weather permitting XC race is Nordic news and you need to be
informed. (Besides, Brian has supported our efforts and outings and is advertising our bus trips at the Pine
Lodge.) Look for more information in the article from our ski club president, Bruce Frankenfield about the
NEOOC outing. You can call Brian at 440-256-3810 for more information about the race at Chapin.

Are you are interesting in trying cross-country (Nordic) skiing and don‟t know how to get started and where to
go? Then read on. You are well on your way just by being interested. Some of the alpine (downhill) skiers
think it‟s too much work. The secret is that it really is not any more difficult than walking with funny shoes, at
least not at the entry level. More advanced skier techniques come with practice and as in downhill ski areas,
there are areas or trails for each ability level and it is fun learning. Also current technology Nordic equipment is
much easier to learn on than its predecessors. Every Nordic skier had to start sometime and all of our trips
welcome first time skiers. Often instruction and/or lessons are available if you inquire. Some of the local
listings shown below will have lessons and rentals. Give them a call and join us for the bus trips.

As mentioned earlier, all three bus trips are still available and the flyers are in this newsletter. Read the flyers
over and talk your friends into going. Two of the trips are this month and we need to hear from you very soon.
Silver Star, British Columbia will have great Nordic skiing available as well and there are a few spots left for
that trip. See the enclosed flyer for more information or call Jim or Linda to answer any additional questions.
Tell your friends, bring your family. Deposits and/or payment for any of these trips are currently being

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accepted and traditionally as the snow falls, the checks come more frequently. Get yours in the mail today to
keep you from being the first on the waiting list. Local Nordic skiing

  The Metroparks offer several golf courses and trails located near our own homes. The Park Rangers request
that there is at least four-inches of snow when skiing on the golf courses and to stay off the tees and greens. The
bridal trails were not on the list of recommended places to ski in the Metroparks. I imagine it's a safety issue, If
skiing on those trails and encountering a horse and rider, be sure to stop and step off the trail, allowing the horse
and rider the right-of-way they are entitled too. Cleveland Metroparks: 216-351-6300
The Chalet 440-572-9990 has winter information.

Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area (CVNRA) located just southeast of Cleveland offers a variety of
skiable terrain. There is a network of trails near Kendall Lake that lead to and from the Kendall Lake Winter
Sports Center, offering a place to warm your bones by the fire and drink hot chocolate. Call 216-524-2248 for
more information.

Traveling further east, Punderson State Park has a large golf course and a great network of trails. Punderson
is located within the Snow Belt and quite often has skiable trails when Cuyahoga County has none. Punderson
is located off State Route 87 west of State Route 44 in Geauga County. (this is the location of the NEOOC
outing Feb. 4th) Call the Park Office for snow conditions at 440-564-2279.

In the Lake County Metroparks, Pine Lodge Ski Center at Chapin Forest Park offers over 5 miles of ski
trails groomed for both skating and classic styles. Much of the trails are lighted for evening skiing. The lodge
is located on U.S. Route 6 and Hobart Road. You can call the Pine Lodge Ski Center at 440-256-3810 for more
information when the snow falls. The Winter Sports Hotline is 440-256-2255.

Holden Arboretum in Kirtland, off Chardon and Sperry roads offer fine trails for XC skiing for its members.
Call 440-946-4400 for more information.

The YMCA Outdoor Family Center in Perry, Ohio has rentals and lessons. Call 440-259-2724 for more
information.

In western New York the Allegheny State Park offers some of the best skiing trails around. It is located near
Salamanca and has groomed trails and ski rentals. Call the Park office at 716-354-9101 for more information
or call the Summit Ski Hut at 716-945-0523 when the snow falls. Don‟t forget we have two Saturday bus trips
to this fine destination.

Wilderness Lodge in Pennsylvania has ski rentals and over 25 kilometers of groomed trails. It's located about
20 miles south of Erie. Call 814-739-2946 for more information.


Area Equipment Rentals

If you or your skiing friends need rentals, below are some area outfitters in this area that offer single day and
multi-day XC ski rentals and/or snowshoe rentals. If you are skiing on old equipment, you might want to try
some of the newer equipment. As in Alpine equipment, there have been great strides in the (r)evolution of
Nordic ski equipment. Call for specific information.

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       Ski and Sport Haus, Chagrin Falls: 440-247-4900
       Wilderness Shop, Lakewood: 216-521-9100 or Cleveland Hts.: 216-321-4731
       Ferdl Aster Ski Shop, Chesterland: 440-729-9472
       Buckeye Sports Center, Peninsula: 330-929-3366
       Kilted Yak Gravity Sports, Medina: 1-800-810-2210
       Geigers, Lakewood: 216-521-1771
       Little Mountain Limited, Mentor: 440-946-5028
       Newman Adlers Outfitters, Shaker Hts.: 216-283-8500

Web sites for Nordic catalogs

Here are some web sites that feature Nordic equipment with some items that would not be found in the local
shopping area.

http://www.skiguys.com/ http://www.ernordic.com/ http://www.newmoonski.com/
http://www.xcskishop.com/ http://www.reliableracing.com/ http://www.nordicequipment.com/

(Please save the listings of local ski shops and areas as well as the web sites as we will not print them each
month.)

The Nordic List…

The Nordic list has had little response. There are a few people who have been connected via the list, so if you
want to be a part of this list, contact me and I will add your information to the compilation.

                                    Here is the info from the last newsletter…

For some time we have discussed putting a list together for Nordic Skiers to contact other club members for the
impromptu get-togethers. I decided the easiest way to handle this list is for you to contact me and I will
compile the names into a list and send it to each of the members on the list. Sound confusing? Not for you,
although this is a new idea and it might take some time for adjustments. The earlier I get feedback from those
of you who want to be on the list, the more useful the list will be when we get that snowfall.

Here is how I envision this list evolving…

First, if you are a Nordic skier and you want to be on this list available to other Nordic skiers for that
impromptu get- together when local skiing is permissible, send me an email (Roger.D.Meredith@grc.nasa.gov).
If you do not have email, leave me a message on my answering machine (216-741-3137). I prefer to do as
much of this as possible through email; it‟s so much easier. Be sure to let me know you are contacting me to
be put on the NORDIC LIST. In addition to your name, I will need you to provide me with the method of
contacting you- whether it be by email, your work phone number, your home phone number or all three. (What
ever you want sent to those other members) When you will most likely be available to ski- such as evenings,
after 5:00 p.m., weekends or whatever.



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I will update the list and send it out to those on the list as often as possible, but it‟s up to you to contact people
to make arrangements and figure out the best places to meet.

The Lewis Ski Club is here for you. Help us serve your needs. Get involved. Let us know what you want from
us and help us provide the things we offer. Support the trip coordinators efforts by signing up early; it makes
their job easier. Don‟t forget, it‟s your club too.

Roger Meredith
Vice President of Nordic Adventures




                                                   CMSC notes
                           All metro trips are sold out; waiting lists have been started.




                                         MEETINGS AND EVENTS
There was a drawing for a free “One-Day” trip at the December 5th Ski Club Meeting. Linda Elonen-Wright
was the lucky winner. Bill Fitch from Bavarian Village showed a video on ski carving techniques. Check out
other interesting Ski Club information at our Official Web Site:
http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/Clubs/lercski/

The next regular Ski Club Meeting will be on Tuesday, January 2 at the Guerin House, beginning with the
usual social “hour” at 5:00pm. There will be a free “One-Day” trip drawing for those who attend.
Refreshments will be served.

Our monthly board meeting will be on Tuesday, January 16 at noon in building 21, room 205. All trip leaders
are asked to attend.



                                          JANUARY BIRTHDAYS

Diane Linne             Jan 2             Douglas Grossman        Jan 19             Duane Rohde             Jan 27
Ron Watson              Jan 3             Ken Fisher              Jan 22             Ed Good                 Jan 29
Donald Porochonski      Jan 2             Robert MacCallum        Jan 24             Robin Crowl             Jan 29
Katie Meleason          Jan 5             Douglas Feikema         Jan 26             Elizabeth Colquitt      Jan 31
Alex Rosenberg          Jan 6             Kenneth Gregg           Jan 27             Kevin Radil             Jan 31
Donna Bohman            Jan 18            Anatoli Evseeva         Jan 27
                                        HoliMont 1 Ski Trip
                                         Friday, January 5, 2000
                                                         Itinerary
                         6:00 AM           Leave NASA Hangar Parking Lot
                         6:30 AM           East Side Pickup-behind Denny's (Wilson Mills Rd, 1/2 mile west of I-271)
                         10:00 AM          Arrive at HoliMont
                         4:45 PM           Bus leaves for Ellicottville
                         7:00 PM           Bus Leaves for Cleveland
                         11:00 PM          Bus Arrives at NASA

                                                                Details
         Pastries provided on bus in the morning - bring your own drink.
         After skiing, we will head to downtown Ellicottville for dinner (on your own).
         Reservations are 1st-come, 1st-served with payment in full. (Checks should be made payable to “Lewis Ski Club, Inc.”)
         No refunds will be made for your bus seat unless your spot is filled.
         Minors without parent must have a release form signed by a parent or legal guardian and accompanied by an adult.
         PLEASE - NO SMOKING ON THE BUS
         Every skier must sign a trip agreement form. Forms are available upon request or on the web at:
         http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/Clubs/lercski/forms/trpapplication.html
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                                    Trip Reservation for HoliMont, Friday, January 5, 2000

Name: _______________________________               Item              Per Person Price
Address: _______________________________            Bus                       $20.00 ______
         _______________________________            Lift                      $25.00 ______
Mail Stop: _________                                Non-member                $ 4.00 ______

Telephone: (H) _________________                    Rental Packages (includes 8% sales tax)
           (W) _________________                    High Performance Skis     $27.00 ______
                                                    Skis/Boots/Poles          $23.76 ______
                                                    Junior Skis/Boots/Poles   $15.12 ______
                                                    Snowboard/Boots           $23.76 ______
                                                    Ski Boards/Boots          $21.60 ______
                                                    Poles                     $ 4.32 ______
                                                    Group Lessons
                                                    (Adult)                   $20.00 ______
                                                    (12 and under)            $15.00 ______

                                                    TOTAL                                ______

Lewis Ski Club member? Y / N               East Side Pickup? Y / N

                                  Trip Coordinator

                             Jim Yuko
                             NASA Glenn Research Center                                                216-433-5646 (w)
                             21000 Brookpark Rd - M/S 86-                                              216-433-8269 (fax)
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                             Cleveland, Ohio 44135

                                       Return forms and payment to the trip coordinator
                                                   By December 29, 2000

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                            Peek‟n Peak Ski Trip
                                     Family Ski Trip
                                Monday January 15, 2001
                               (Martin Luther King holiday)

Trip Coordinator: Paul Antczak 433-3113


7:00 am     Leave NASA hangar parking lot

7:30am      East side pickup behind Denny‟s (Builder Square lot at I-271 & Wilson Mills Rd)

10:00am     Arrive at Peek‟n Peak

5:30pm      Finish skiing

6:00pm      Leave for Cleveland

9:00pm      Bus arrives at NASA hangar parking lot

                       SIGN-UP DEADLINE: Monday January 8th

 Donuts provided please bring your own beverage. Movie for kids.

 Reservations are on a first-come basis and must include trip payment in full.

 No refunds for bus fare unless someone fills your seat.

 Minors without parents must have a release form signed by a parent or legal
  guardian and must be accompanied by an adult.

 Please, no smoking on the bus.

 Cross country skiing on golf course and trails. Rentals available.

 Snow boarding on slopes. Rental and lessons available.

 Children skiing. Rental and lessons available.

 Rent shaped skies. Try them out on a mild slope.

 More fun on the slopes…. TUBING

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                                      Peek‟n Peak Family Ski Trip
                                       Monday, January 15, 2001
Children Program

Discover Peek‟n Kids ski program; the program that combines safety, fun and learning in friendly child
oriented atmosphere for children ages 4 - 11.
Children are separated according to age, ability level and group size.

Peek‟n Kids,
       Half day session - 3.5 hours (9:30am - 12 noon) (1:00pm - 3:30pm)                      $31.00
       Full day session - 6 hours (9:30am - 3:30pm includes lunch)                            $51.00

Ski rental with any Peek‟n Kids program        $11.00

*If a child wishes to ski following his/her lessons, an all day, all area lift ticket may be purchased for $6.00
by presenting his/her Peek‟n Kids pass at the ticket office.

Adults/Children

Beginners special : includes beginner lift ticket, rental, and 1 hour introduction to skiing lesson. $32.00

Snow board beginner special: includes beginner lift ticket, rental, and 1 hour introduction lesson. $44.00

- Beginner special can upgrade lift ticket to all areas. $20.00

Learn to ski better: includes an 8 hour all area lift ticket, Level 3 lesson, and rental. $48.00

Group ski lessons or snowboard: times of lessons are at 10:00am, 12:00pm, 2:00pm, 3:30pm. $14.00

More fun on the slopes……. Tubing 3 hour session $11.00

Bus                                    $16 x___=_____          Peek‟n Kids
Lift ticket    Adult                   $30 x___=_____                 Half day session        $31 x___=_____
               Child                   $23 x___=_____                 Full day session        $51 x___=_____
Shaped ski
Rentals       Adults                   $17 x___=_____          Kids ski rental with Peek‟n Kids program
              Children                 $12 x___=_____                                        $11 x___=_____
Guest fee (non refundable)             $4 x___=_____           Cross country rental (skis & boots)

Ski beginners special                  $32 x___=_____                                         $9 x___=______

Snow board beginner special            $44 x___=_____          Cross country trail fee        $8 x___=_____
Learn to ski better                    $48 x___=_____          Snowboard Rental               $26 x ___=____
Group ski lessons                      $14 x___=_____          Tubing 3hours session           $11 x___=_____

Children = a child 11yrs old or under.                         Check payable to Lewis Ski club

Contact: Paul Antczak (216) 433 - 3113                                  Total enclosed __________
                    MS 21-13                    email Paul.M.Antczak@grc.nasa.gov
         Cross-Country Skiing at Art Roscoe Ski Area
        Allegany State Park near Salamanca, New York
                     This BUS trip is brought to you by the NASA Lewis Ski Club.

                                       Saturday, January 27th, 2001
                                    PRICE: $26.00 members, $30.00 guests.


This is a one-day Nordic ski-trip, with a snowshoe option. We will depart from NASA at 6:30 A.M., eastside
pick-up behind Dennys, on Wilson Mills Road, near I-271, NW corner of parking lot at 7:00 A.M. We should be back
at NASA around 11:00 p.m.

Ski area description: Art Roscoe Ski Area, nestled in Allegany State Park, is the largest x-country ski facility in
western New York with 45 KM of tracked, groomed trail loops (over 25 miles). The trails are well marked and
ranked in the traditional ski code, green circle (easiest in this ski area), blue square (intermediate difficulty trails)
and black diamond (the most challenging trails at Art Roscoe Ski Area). Some trail loops allow skiers to travel both
clockwise and counter-clockwise, which changes the experience, creating the effect of a new trail.

Package includes: Round-trip transportation from Cleveland to Allegany State Park in New York including evening
trip to Ellicottville for happy hour and dinner. We will also provide breakfast pastry on the bus and a light lunch at
the warming hut. If you need to rent equipment, that would be extra at the rates shown below. We should arrive in
Allegany State Park between 10 and 10:30 a.m., ski groomed trails (or snowshoe) all day, stopping at the warming
hut for hot food and/or picnic lunches at your schedule. We will be leaving the ski area at 5:00 to go to Ellicottville
for dinner, drinks and/or shopping. Depart for home at 7:30 and arrive at NASA around 11:00 p.m.

RENTALS are available as follows: (you will need to let me know specifics to reserve the correct sizes)
Fischer Skis (Revolution series or long touring skis), Solomon SNS bindings.
      Package: $13.00, Separately: skis- $8, boots- $5, poles- $3

Also available: UBA Snowshoes which utilize the Solomon SNS bindings: $5 hour or $10 day
Ski conditions at Allegany state park: (716) 354-9163

THE FINE PRINT:
* Yearly membership available. $8.00 single or $12.00 family. Ask for details.
* Reservations are 1st-come, 1st-served with payment in full. (Please make checks payable to “Lewis Ski Club, Inc.”)
* No refunds will be made for your bus seat, unless your spot is filled.
* In the unlikely event the ski area is not open due to weather, the trip will be canceled, full refund.
* Minors without parent must have a release form signed by a parent or legal guardian and be accompanied by an adult.
* Every skier must sign a trip agreement form.
* No Smoking on the bus.
======================================================================
           If you need more information, please contact the trip coordinator.

     Trip coordinator:           Carl Blaser     Mail Stop 86-12 (at GRC) or mail to:
                             9463 Potomac Dr.
                             N. Royalton, Ohio 44133

                 Phone: 440-230-0989                    Email: Carl.M.Blaser@grc.nasa.gov

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          Trip Application and Agreement       Lewis Ski Club, Inc.
    Art Roscoe Ski Area Allegany State Park, New York, January 27th, 2001
The undersigned participant applies to participate in the Lewis Ski Club trip described below, subject to the
following terms and conditions:

1.DEPOSIT Advance trip deposits will vary from trip to trip. The required deposit for this trip is PAID IN FULL, and
must be submitted along with a signed Application and Agreement. All checks shall be payable to " Lewis Ski
Club, Inc.".

2. WITHDRAWAL & CHANGE Lewis Ski Club may withdraw any trip from its schedule at any time; may refuse to
accept or retain any person as a participant at any time for any reason; and may change the itinerary at any time.

3. RESPONSIBILITY Lewis Ski Club is acting gratuitously for the applicant and shall not be responsible or liable for
any loss of damage to baggage, property, or for any loss, injury, death, accident, delay, inconvenience or any other
loss occurring during or occasioned by applicant's participation or lack of participation in any trip.

4. MINORS: Any minor's participant Application and Agreement must be co-signed by his/her parent or legal
guardian. The minor must be accompanied on the trip by a parent or legal guardian or their designee who shall be
wholly and fully responsible for said minor's conduct and well being.

5. CANCELLATION & REFUND Cancellation by participant means and includes:
(a) Failure to abide by the terms of this agreement; (b) notice by participant of intent to cancel; (c) participant's
failure to make timely payments; (d) participant's failure for any reason to meet departure or return of the trip.


Trip:   Allegany State Park, New York, January 27th, 2001
                         (Please fill-in or circle appropriate responses)

Rental information: If requesting rentals, please circle appropriate response or fill in the blank.
     Rental equipment: Classic XC Ski Package: $13.00  Separately: skis-$8., boots-$5., poles-$3.
                       UBA Snowshoes: $5.00 / hour or $10.00 / day

Classic XC Ski / UBA Snowshoes          Nordic skiing experience: beginner / intermediate / advanced
Ski type Preference: Revolution series / long touring skis / not sure Shoe size ____Height____ Weight _____
                                                                                        Rental total: $____________
Applicant Name: ___________________________
Address: ____________________________                                Member price:    $26.00 ________
        _____________________________                                Non-member price: $30.00 ________
Or Mail Stop: _________ Lewis Ski Club member? Yes / No
Telephone w/ area code: (H) ______________(W) ________________
East Side Pickup?            YES / NO                                           Total Payment $_________
I have read and agree to all the terms of this Agreement, and waiver of liability, as of
this date.

Signed in Agreement:___________________________________                       Date: _____________
Return form and payment to the trip coordinator ASAP, or you might not get to go…
Trip Coordinator:        Carl Blaser, c/o NASA Glenn Research Center,                          Phone: 440-230-0989
                                         21000 Brookpark Rd - M/S 86/12
                                                Cleveland, Ohio 44135


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          Holiday Valley 1
                  Friday, January 19, 2001
6:00 am Bus leaves NASA hangar parking lot

6:30 am   East Side pick-up behind Denny‟s, Wilson Mills Rd.
                  *** Pastry provided on bus ***

10:00 am Arrive at Holiday Valley - Ski until 4:30 pm

4:45 pm Depart Holiday Valley for Ellicottville
          *** On your own to dine, shop, etc. until 6:45 pm ***

7:00 pm Depart Ellicottville for Cleveland

Pricing:        Bus -                                   $21
                Lift -                                  $28
                Rental -             skis               $16
                                     snowboard          $27
                Lessons -                               $16
                Non-Member-                             $4

•   Full payment required for reservations
•   Payment due by January 8, 2000
•   Refunds only if your spot is filled
•   All skiers must sign trip agreement form
•   No smoking permitted on the bus

Trip agreement forms are available on request or at
http://www.lerc.nasa.gov/WWW/Clubs/lercski/forms.html
If available, please include your E-mail address on the form.
Send check, payable to Lewis Ski Club, and trip agreement form to:
                         John Anderson
                       27006 Midland Rd.
                   Bay Village, Ohio 44140
                 (call 216-579-3044 work / 440-871-3622 evenings)
                 John.C.Anderson@clev.frb.org or bikecom@nls.net

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                                    The LEWIS SKI CLUB presents the long awaited…

XCtended Weekend Getaway…Northwest Michigan                                                              Feb. 8th thru 11th,
2001
 Four action-packed days of cross-country skiing on some of the finest trails in this part of the country.
In addition to skiing the trails adjacent to our lodge, we will be skiing at Boyne Mtn., Crystal Mtn. and Hanson Hills. The Nordic trails are
groomed for both „classic‟ and „skate‟ styles and offer terrain ranging from beginner to advanced (over 120km of groomed trails). We will be
staying at Boyne Valley Lodge (BVL), a family run lodge with private baths, heated outdoor swimming pool and a common area for games
and socializing. Five of your meals are included (3 breakfasts, 2 dinners). Friday evening we will go to Petoskey to party and have dinner.
These ski areas do offer snow shoeing other recreational activities if interested.

Total Cost: $245.00 adults                       $155.00 children 6 thru 16                        $88.00 children under 6 years
Breakdown: Transportation and related expenses: $88.00 per person. Lodging at BVL and included meals: $130.00 adults.
$40.00 children 6 through 16 and under 6 free. Trail fees total: $27.00.
Itinerary:
Thursday, February 8th- Depart Cleveland (NASA- GRC Hangar Lot) at 6:00 a.m. Usual breakfast snacks on the bus, lunch
stop along the way. Arrive at the BVL in Walloon Lake in the afternoon, ski the area trails before dinner. Dinner is included.

Friday, February 9th- After breakfast go to Boyne Mountain and ski their 35km of trails. Return to the lodge to get cleaned up
and then go to Petoskey for the evening. Find some dinner and local areas of interest (bars) in this resort town.

Saturday, February 10th- After breakfast, travel about 90 miles to Crystal Mountain. Considered one of the best destinations,
these 40+ km of trails are worthy of the commute. Return to BVL for dinner and socializing. Dinner is included.

Sunday, February 11th -After breakfast, check out. Travel towards home to Hanson Hills. Ski their trail network and sample
chili in the local contest. Depart at 3:00 for home, after a dinner stop we should arrive before 11:00 p.m.

What you need to do:
Complete the information requested below and a trip application form. Send both forms with your deposit check to the trip
coordinator. Make the check payable to: Lewis Ski Club, Inc. (For more info contact the trip coordinator.)

Trip coordinator: Roger Meredith Mail Stop 14-3 (at GRC) or mail to:
         2301 Tampa Ave.                         Phone: 216-741-3137
         Cleveland, Ohio 44109                   Email: Roger.D.Meredith@grc.nasa.gov
Spaces are going to move quickly so you must also. Please note that club membership is required for this trip. (Yearly membership dues: $8
single, $12 family). Rental equipment and ski lesson information will be provided as needed. Check this form if interested. Talk to your
friends and get them to go along. BVL has six beds per room, total of 26 rooms. For adults, lodging is basically 4 to a room. (1 bath per
room.) Families can get their own room. We can accommodate placing people with appropriate roommates if necessary. Sign up for the
January 27th Art Roscoe trip to help prepare you for this XCtended trip. Please note there is no smoking on the bus or in the lodge. You may
download membership and other forms at: http://www.lerc.nasa.gov/WWW/Clubs/lercski/forms.html

$50.00 deposit due by October 31st to hold your spot. Next $100 due November 30th. Balance due December 31st.
Refund policy: $50.00 non-refundable unless trip is full. After Jan. 15th room and bus fee forfeited unless
someone fills your spot.
Name:_______________________ Mail stop ________ Membership status: currently member / need to join
Address:_______________________          Phone (days) ________________ (evening) _________________
 _____________________________          Email address ___________________________________
Do you know whom you want to room with? Yes / no If yes, please list _______________________________
Do you have any Dietary restrictions? Yes / no If yes, please list ___________________________________
Are you interested in: Lessons? Yes / no       What Level? Beginner / Intermediate / Advanced
                             Rentals? Yes / no       What Type? Classic / Skating / Snow Shoes
Are you bringing any children with you? Yes / no          If yes, number _________ Ages __________
Do you need a minor release form (for children not your own) Yes / no       Medical release forms? Yes / no
YOUR TOTAL COST __________ DEPOSIT __________ (today‟s date: _________ ) your Balance
due:____________
                                                             A unique skiing experience!

                                       HoliMont II Ski Trip
                                         Friday, March 2, 2000
                      This BUS trip is brought to you by the NASA Lewis Ski Club.

                       PRICE (lift ticket and bus): $42.00 members, $46.00 guests.

Ski area description: Located on the other side of the ridge from Holiday Valley, just outside of Ellicottville, New
York, Holimont offers some of the best ski conditions within a reasonable distance of Cleveland. Holimont provides
a variety of terrain and allows both skiing and snowboarding.

Package includes: Round-trip transportation from Cleveland to Holimont including an evening trip to Ellicottville for
dinner. We will also provide breakfast snacks and juice on the bus. If you need to rent equipment or desire
lessons, there are additional charges at the rates shown below.

Itinerary:
6:00 AM Leave NASA Hangar Parking Lot
6:30 AM East Side Pickup-behind Denny's (Wilson Mills Rd, 1/2 mile west of I-271)
10:00 AM Arrive at HoliMont
4:45 PM Bus leaves for Ellicottville – Dinner (?), not inclusive.
7:00 PM Bus Leaves for Cleveland
11:00 PM Bus Arrives at NASA

RENTALS (includes 8% sales tax)
     High Performance Skis $27.00              ______
     Skis/Boots/Poles        $23.76            ______
     Junior Skis/Boots/Poles $15.12            ______
     Snowboard/Boots         $23.76            ______
     Ski Boards/Boots        $21.60            ______
     Poles                   $ 4.32            ______
     Group Lessons
     (Adult)                 $20.00            ______
     (12 and under)          $15.00            ______

THE FINE PRINT:
*    Yearly membership available. $8.00 single or $12.00 family. Ask for details.
                        st         st
*   Reservations are 1 -come, 1 -served with payment in full. (Please make checks payable to “Lewis Ski Club, Inc.”)
*   No refunds will be made for your bus seat, unless your spot is filled. Payments for lift tickets not used are refunded.
*   In the unlikely event the ski area is not open due to weather, the trip will be canceled, full refund.
*   Minors without parent must have a release form signed by a parent or legal guardian and be accompanied by an adult.
*   Every skier must sign a trip agreement form.
*   No Smoking on the bus.
======================================================================
           If you need more information, please contact the trip coordinator.

       Trip coordinator: Tom Palisin W (216) 433-6572
                                          H (440) 734-0493


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                Trip Application and Agreement       Lewis Ski Club, Inc.
                           Holimont Ski Resort, March 2, 2001
The undersigned participant applies to participate in the Lewis Ski Club trip described below, subject to the following terms and
conditions:

1.DEPOSIT Advance trip deposits will vary from trip to trip. The required payment for this trip is PAID IN FULL, and must be
submitted along with a signed Application and Agreement. All checks shall be payable to " Lewis Ski Club, Inc.".

2. WITHDRAWAL & CHANGE Lewis Ski Club may withdraw any trip from its schedule at any time; may refuse to accept or
retain any person as a participant at any time for any reason; and may change the itinerary at any time.

3. RESPONSIBILITY Lewis Ski Club is acting gratuitously for the applicant and shall not be responsible or liable for any loss of
damage to baggage, property, or for any loss, injury, death, accident, delay, inconvenience or any other loss occurring during or
occasioned by applicant's participation or lack of participation in any trip.

4. MINORS: Any minor's participant Application and Agreement must be co-signed by his/her parent or legal guardian. The
minor must be accompanied on the trip by a parent or legal guardian or their designee who shall be wholly and fully responsible
for said minor's conduct and well being.

5. CANCELLATION & REFUND Cancellation by participant means and includes:
(a) Failure to abide by the terms of this agreement; (b) notice by participant of intent to cancel; (c) participant's failure to make
timely payments; (d) participant's failure for any reason to meet departure or return of the trip.


Trip:   Holimont Ski Resort, March 2, 2001
                            (Please fill-in or circle appropriate responses)

Applicant Name: ______________________________
Address: _______________________                  Member price:        $42.00         _______
       _________________________                  Non-member price:    $46.00 _______
Telephone w/ area code: (H) ___________(W) _________   Rental or Lessons: (includes 8% sales tax)
                                                                            High performance Skis        $27.00    ______
                                                                            Skis/Boots/Poles             $23.76    ______
                                                                            Junior Skis/Boots/Poles      $15.12    ______
                                                                            Snowboard/Boots              $23.76    ______
                                                                            Ski Boards/Boots             $21.60    ______
                                                                            Poles                        $ 4.32    ______
                                                                            Group Lessons
                                                                            (Adult)                      $20.00 ______
                                                                            (12 and under)               $15.00 ______
                                                                                                     Total: ________
Lewis Ski Club member? Yes / No

East Side Pickup?                YES / NO                                             Total Payment $________

I have read and agree to all the terms of this Agreement, and waiver of liability, as of this date.

Signed in Agreement: ___________________________________ Date: _____________
Return form and payment to the trip coordinator:

Trip Coordinator:           Tom Palisin, c/o NASA Glenn Research Center,                        Phone: W(216) 433-6572
                            21000 Brookpark Rd - M/S 500-313                                               H(440) 734-0493
                            Cleveland, Ohio 44135
        Cross-Country Skiing at Art Roscoe Ski Area
       Allegany State Park near Salamanca, New York
                     This BUS trip is brought to you by: NASA Lewis Ski Club, Inc.

                                       Saturday, February 24th, 2001
                                    PRICE: $26.00 members, $30.00 guests.
This is a one-day Nordic ski-trip, with a snowshoe option. We will depart from NASA at 6:30 A.M.,
eastside pick-up behind Dennys, on Wilson Mills Road, near I-271, NW corner of parking lot at 7:00 A.M.
We should be back at NASA around 11:00 p.m.
Ski area description: Art Roscoe Ski Area has 45 KM of tracked, groomed trail loops (over 25 miles)
with trails ranked in the traditional ski code. The code reads: green circle (easiest in THIS ski area), blue
square (intermediate difficulty trails) and black diamond (the most challenging trails at Art Roscoe Ski
Area). Some trail loops allow skiers to travel both clockwise and counter-clockwise, which changes the
experience, creating an effect of a new trail. It is good practice to warm up on the easier trails and
advance to the more challenging trails as your personal abilities and experience allow. Since all ski
areas are rated only with respect to themselves, having skied a black diamond on one mountain might
have no relevance to the black diamonds of this ski area.
Package includes: Round-trip transportation from Cleveland to Allegany State Park in New York
including evening trip to Ellicottville for happy hour and dinner. We will also provide breakfast pastry on
the bus and a light lunch at the warming hut. Equipment rentals are extra, rates given below. We
should arrive in Allegany State Park between 10 and 10:30 a.m., ski groomed trails (or snowshoe) all
day, stopping at the warming hut for hot food and/or picnic lunches at your schedule. We will be leaving
the ski area at 5:00 to go to Ellicottville for dinner, drinks and/or shopping. Depart for home at 7:30 and
arrive at NASA around 11:00 p.m.
RENTALS are available as follows: (you will need to let me know specifics to reserve the correct sizes)
Fischer Skis (Revolution series or long touring skis), Solomon SNS bindings.
      Package: $13.00, Separately: skis-$8, boots-$5, poles- $3
Also available: UBA Snowshoes: $5 hour or $10 day which utilize the Solomon SNS bindings.
Ski conditions at Allegany state park: (716) 354-9163

THE FINE PRINT:
* Reservations are 1st-come, 1st-served with payment in full. (Please make checks payable to “Lewis Ski Club, Inc.”)
* No refunds will be made for your bus seat, unless your spot is filled.
* In the unlikely event the ski area is not open due to weather, the trip will be canceled, full refund.
* Minors without parent must have a release form signed by a parent or legal guardian and be accompanied by an adult
* Every skier must sign a trip agreement form
* PLEASE - NO SMOKING ON THE BUS
======================================================================
           If you need more information, please contact the trip coordinator.
     Trip coordinator: Roger Meredith Mail Stop 14-3 (at GRC) or mail to:
                  2301 Tampa Ave.
                  Cleveland, Ohio 44109
                 Phone: 216-741-3137                                      Email: Roger.D.Meredith@grc.nasa.gov
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          Trip Application and Agreement       Lewis Ski Club, Inc.
   Art Roscoe Ski Area Allegany State Park, New York, February 24th, 2001
The undersigned participant applies to participate in the Lewis Ski Club trip described below, subject to
the following terms and conditions:

1.DEPOSIT Advance trip deposits will vary from trip to trip. The required deposit for this trip is PAID IN FULL, and
must be submitted along with a signed Application and Agreement. All checks shall be payable to " Lewis Ski
Club, Inc.".

2. WITHDRAWAL & CHANGE Lewis Ski Club may withdraw any trip from its schedule at any time; may refuse to
accept or retain any person as a participant at any time for any reason; and may change the itinerary at any time.

3. RESPONSIBILITY Lewis Ski Club is acting gratuitously for the applicant and shall not be responsible or liable for
any loss of damage to baggage, property, or for any loss, injury, death, accident, delay, inconvenience or any other
loss occurring during or occasioned by applicant's participation or lack of participation in any trip.

4. MINORS: Any minor's participant Application and Agreement must be co-signed by his/her parent or legal
guardian. The minor must be accompanied on the trip by a parent or legal guardian or their designee who shall be
wholly and fully responsible for said minor's conduct and well being.

5. CANCELLATION & REFUND Cancellation by participant means and includes:
(a) Failure to abide by the terms of this agreement; (b) notice by participant of intent to cancel; (c) participant's
failure to make timely payments; (d) participant's failure for any reason to meet departure or return of the trip.

Trip: Allegany State Park, New York, February 24th, 2001
                          (Please fill-in or circle appropriate responses)

Rental information: Please circle appropriate response or fill in blank, if requesting rentals.
     Rental equipment: Classic XC Ski Package: $13.00  Separately: skis-$8., boots-$5., poles-$3.
                       UBA Snowshoes: $5.00 / hour or $10.00 / day

  Classic XC Ski / UBA Snowshoes            Nordic skiing experience: beginner / intermediate / advanced
  Ski type Preference: Revolution series / long touring skis / not sure   Shoe size ______Height______ Weight ______

                                                                                Rental total:           $____________
Applicant Name: __________________________________
Address: ________________________________________                              Member price:     $26.0 ________
        _________________________________________                              Non-member price: $30.00 ________

Or Mail Stop: _________ Lewis Ski Club member? Yes / No
Telephone w/ area code: (H) ____________(W) ______________

East Side Pickup?             YES / NO                                              Total Payment $_________

I have read and agree to all the terms of this Agreement, and waiver of liability, as of
this date.

Signed in Agreement:___________________________________                         Date: _____________
Return form and payment to the trip coordinator ASAP, or you might not get to go…
Trip Coordinator:         Roger Meredith, c/o NASA Glenn Research Center,
                                              21000 Brookpark Rd - M/S 14/3
                                              Cleveland, Ohio 44135

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                                Holiday Valley II
                                   Friday, February 16, 2001
                                            [ Sign-up deadline is 2/9/01 ]



6:00 am             Bus leaves NASA hanger parking lot[SHARP!]

6:30 am             East Side pick-up (Builder‟s Square lot at I-271 and Wilson Mills Road)
                    *** Pastry will be provided. Bring your own breakfast beverage! ***

10:00 am            Arrive at Holiday Valley - Ski until 4:30 pm

4:45 pm             Depart Holiday Valley for Ellicottville
                    *** On your own to dine, shop, party until 6:45 pm ***

7:00 pm             Depart Ellicottville for Cleveland

PRICES:           Bus ($21) Lift ($28) Ski Rental ($16) Snowboard Rental ($27)
                  Lesson ($20) Learn to Ski Package ($58) Guest ($4)


        Reservations on a first-come with payment in full, first-served basis
                  No refunds for your bus cost unless your spot is filled
                 Every skier must fill out and sign a trip agreement form
                            No smoking is permitted on the bus!

           Send check, payable to Lewis Ski Club, and trip agreement form to
    Tony Shook @ 21000 Brookpark Rd, Cleveland, Ohio 44135, MS 86-12
     For additional information, email – Tony.D.Shook@grc.nasa.gov or call 216-433-6373
                                          Lewis Ski Club
                                  Trip Application and Agreement

The undersigned participant applies to participate in the Lewis Ski Club trip described below,
subject to the following terms and conditions:

1. DEPOSIT Advance trip deposits will vary from trip to trip. The required deposit for this trip is
$49. , and must be paid and submitted along with a signed Application and Agreement. Balance
shall be due and payable in accordance with payment schedules established by Lewis Ski Club.

2. WITHDRAWAL & CHANGE Lewis Ski Club may withdraw any trip from its schedule at any time;
may refuse to accept or retain any person as a participant at any time for any reason; and may
change the itinerary at any time.

3. RESPONSIBILITY Lewis Ski Club is acting gratuitously for the applicant and shall not be
responsible or liable for any loss of damage to baggage, property, or for any loss, injury, death,
accident, delay, inconvenience or any other loss occurring during or occasioned by applicant's
participation or lack of participation in any trip.

4. PASSPORT/PROOF OF CITIZENSHIP For trips out of the USA, participants are responsible for
having up to date and valid passport, visas and proof of identification and citizenship.

5. MINORS Any minor's participant Application and Agreement must be co-signed by his/her
parent or legal guardian. The minor must be accompanied on the trip by a parent or legal guardian
or their designee who shall be wholly and fully responsible for said minor's conduct and well being.

6. PAYMENT All payment checks shall be payable to "Lewis Ski Club".

7. CANCELLATION & REFUND Cancellation by participant means and includes:
(a) failure to abide by the terms of this agreement; (b) notice by participant of intent to cancel; (c)
participant's failure to make timely payments; (d) participant's failure for any reason to meet
departure or return of the trip.

Trip: Holiday Valley II [February 16, 2001]                  (Circle appropriate responses)

Payment $___________               Lewis Ski Club Member? Y / N             Rental Skis? Y / N

Applicant Name:___________________ East Side Pickup?          Y/N     Group Lessons? Y / N

Address: _________________________
 _________________________________
Telephone number: (H) _________________ (W) __________________

I have read and agree to all the terms of this Agreement, and waiver of liability, as of this date.

Signed in Agreement:__________________________ Date: _____________

RETURN TO: Tony Shook
             NASA Glenn Research Center
             21000 Brookpark Rd
             Cleveland, Ohio 44135
             M.S. 86-12
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                    Seven
                   Springs
                   On Ground Hog Day!
                                      Champion, PA
                    Friday, February 2, 2001
              Reserve your spot by January 19, 2001

   6:30 a.m.      Bus leaves NASA hanger parking lot
*                  7:00 a.m.     East Side pick-up TBD
                   Pastry will be provided. Bring your own beverage.
*     9:30 a.m.    Arrive Seven Springs - Ski until 4:30 p.m.
   5:00 p.m.      Dinner at Seven Springs - On your own to dine and party until 6:45 p.m.
   7:00 p.m.      Depart Seven Springs for Cleveland
                         State of the Art Snowmaking System!
           Reservations on a first-come, first-served basis with payment in full
                      Every skier must sign a trip agreement form
           No refunds can be made for your bus seat unless your spot is filled
                          Smoking is not permitted on the bus

                                              PRICE:
                                   No.            Amount        Total
       Bus                         ____           $20           ____
       Lift                        ____           $21           ____
       Rental                      ____           $11           ____
       (Skis, Boots, Poles)
       Lesson                      ____            $6           ____
       Guest Fee                   ____            $4           ____
       Snowboard Rental            ____           $21           ____
       Snowboard Lesson            ____           $10           ____
 Send checks for full amount and release forms to Lori Manthey, MS 60-2.
Any additional information, please e-mail Lori.Manthey@grc.nasa.gov or call (330) 225-8106
                                        Lewis Ski Club
                                Trip Application and Agreement

The undersigned participant applies to participate in the Lewis Ski Club trip described below,
subject to the following terms and conditions:

1. DEPOSIT Advance trip deposits will vary from trip to trip. The required deposit for this trip
is the full amount, and it must be paid and submitted along with a signed Application and
Agreement..

2. WITHDRAWAL & CHANGE Lewis Ski Club may withdraw any trip from its schedule at any
time; may refuse to accept or retain any person as a participant at any time for any reason;
and may change the itinerary at any time.

3. RESPONSIBILITY Lewis Ski Club is acting gratuitously for the applicant and shall not be
responsible or liable for any loss of damage to baggage, property, or for any loss, injury, death,
accident, delay, inconvenience or any other loss occurring during or occasioned by applicant's
participation or lack of participation in any trip.

4. PASSPORT/PROOF OF CITIZENSHIP For trips out of the USA, participants are responsible
for having up to date and valid passport, visas and proof of identification and citizenship.

5. MINORS Any minor's participant Application and Agreement must be co-signed by his/her
parent or legal guardian. The minor must be accompanied on the trip by a parent or legal
guardian or their designee who shall be wholly and fully responsible for said minor's conduct
and well being.

6. PAYMENT All payment checks shall be payable to "Lewis Ski Club".

7. CANCELLATION & REFUND Cancellation by participant means and includes:
(a) failure to abide by the terms of this agreement; (b) notice by participant of intent to cancel;
(c) participant's failure to make timely payments; (d) participant's failure for any reason to
meet departure or return of the trip.

Trip: Seven Springs, February 2, 2001                               (Circle appropriate responses)

Deposit $                                       Lewis Ski Club Member? Y / N Male / Female

Applicant Name:__________________________       East Side Pickup?          Y/N

Address: ________________________________

         ________________________________

         ________________________________

Telephone number: (H) _____________________ (W) _______________________

I have read and agree to all the terms of this Agreement, and waiver of liability, as of this date.

Signed in Agreement:________________________________________ Date: _____________

                              (RETURN TO: Lori Manthey, MS 60-2)
                                          Silver Star Mountain
                                                        Friday - Friday,
                                                    April 6 – 13, 2001
Come on along and have a Spring Fling at Silver Star Mountain in British Columbia! Don‟t worry about the late date, Silver
Star averages 18ft. of snow each year and will still have plenty for us in April. Wind up your skiing this season with a whole
week of winter fun. Silver Star Resort recreational options include:
 * 107 alpine runs over 3000 acres                                      * Outdoor skating pond (we should skip this in April)
 * More than 100 KM of world class cross-country trails                 * Hot tubs, indoor pool, fitness center
 * 2 snowboard parks with machine cut half-pipes                        * Climbing wall and teen center
 * 1,2 and 3 hr. guided snowmobile tours of backcountry                 * Shops, restaurants, lounges, bakery, deli, liquor outlet
 * Guided snowshoe safaris                                              * Victorian village mid-mountain
 * Horse drawn wagon rides                                              * Day care available
 * Nightly entertainment                                                * Ski school
 * Tube Town – 5 lanes of supervised fun

We‟ll be staying in the village at the venue of your choice (see pricing below.) For those of you who need worry about out-
skiing Silver Star, there‟s the option of a car rental so that you can drive on down to Big White!
Pricing:
 ALPINE:
       Grandview (2-bdrm,2-bath condo) per person, quad.occup.               $855.00
       Lord Aberdeen (2-bdrm,1-bath condo) per person, quad occup.           $800.00
       Lord Aberdeen (1bdrm condo) per person, double occup.                 $900.00
       Vance Creek/Silver Lode (hotel) per person, double occup.             $740.00
 NORDIC:
       Grandview (2-bdrm,2-bath condo) per person, quad occup.               $765.00
       Lord Aberdeen (2-bdrm,1-bath condo) per person, quad occup.           $710.00
       Lord Aberdeen (1bdrm condo) per person, double occup.                 $810.00
       Vance Creek/Silver Lode (hotel) per person, double occup.             $650.00
 Car Rental:
       7-day minivan rental (4 passengers per van)                            $55.00
 Other info:
       Children, ages 6-12, with 2 paying adults: total price is $530.00, Infants: air only is $400.00.
Accommodations:
Grandview: luxury 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom units with ski to your door convenience. Located a 10-15 minute walk from the
heart of the village. Amenities in each unit include gas fireplace and washer/dryers, balcony with breathtaking view.
Lord Aberdeen: apartments right in the heart of the village, each with a private entrance.
Vance Creek/Silver Lode: hotel/inn ski to your door convenience, located in heart of the village.

Prices include:                                                      Payment Schedule for trip:
Round trip air transportation                                        $25 immediately to reserve spot (totally non-refundable)
Round trip motorcoach transfer from airport to resort                $300 due by Dec. 10th ($200 of which is non-refundable)
7 nights accommodation                                               $300 due by Jan. 10th
6 day lift pass                                                      balance due by Feb. 10th
(trail pass for nordic pricing)
complimentary guided tours                                           Trip Coordinators: Linda Elonen-Wright
all taxes
                                                                     and Jim Wright (x9370, 216-791-5038, m.s.
                                                                     142/5)
Cancellation Policy:
Deposits are non-refundable.
From 30-22 days prior to departure, $400.00                          Check out their websites:
From 21 days to departure, nada.                                     www.silverstarmtn.com www.bigwhite.com

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                                      Silver Star Mountain

Name:

Work Address and phone #:


Home Address and phone #:



ALPINE:
Grandview (2-bdrm,2-bath condo) per person, quad.occup.             $855.00   ______________
Lord Aberdeen (2-bdrm,1-bath condo) per person, quad occup.         $800.00   ______________
Lord Aberdeen (1bdrm condo) per person, double occup.               $900.00   ______________
Vance Creek/Silver Lode (hotel) per person, double occup.           $740.00   ______________

NORDIC:
Grandview (2-bdrm,2-bath condo) per person, quad occup.             $765.00   ______________
Lord Aberdeen (2-bdrm,1-bath condo) per person, quad occup.         $710.00   ______________
Lord Aberdeen (1bdrm condo) per person, double occup.               $810.00   ______________
Vance Creek/Silver Lode (hotel) per person, double occup.           $650.00   ______________

Car Rental:
7-day minivan rental (4 passengers per van)                         $55.00    ______________

Other info:
       Children, ages 6-12, with 2 paying adults: total price is $530.00.     ______________
       Infants: air only is $400.00.                                          ______________

Lewis Ski Club, Inc. Member?                  Y
                                              N? You are now!                 _______+ _8.00

                                                                    TOTAL:

Roommate preference:



Please mail this page and a trip application and agreement form to Linda & Jim (see below.)

Please make all checks payable to: Lewis Ski Club, Inc.
Mail checks to Linda Elonen-Wright @ M.S. 142/5, x9370, (h) 216-791-5038
       Or     Linda and Jim Wright
              2256 S. Overlook Rd.
              Cleveland Hts., Ohio 44106-3105

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