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October 27, 2014
The Fall Dinner and Social will be held on Saturday, November 15 at the Ellis Hollow Community Center on Genung Rd, just oﬀ Ellis Hollow Rd. Social time starts at 6pm, dinner at 6:30, followed by a short meeting.
This is a dish-to‐pass event, with the Club providing various non‐alcoholic beverages. You are welcome to bring wine or beer. In order to avoid an all‐dessert menu, as has happened in the past, we are asking club members whose last names begin with A–H to bring a main dish; I–P a side dish; and Q–Z, dessert. We will rotate these every year. New members may bring a dish in whatever category they like. The Club will also provide chicken and sliced ham. Please show your environmental awareness and bring your own plates, cups and cutlery.
Dinner will be followed by a short business meeting. We will also be signing up people to lead tours so check your calendar before you come. And don’t forget your $5 or $10 to renew your membership at the meeting!
October 24, 2014
Facebook users: Please Like the Cayuga Nordic Ski Club on Facebook. We’ll be using it to post pictures, links, and events.
Posting isn’t restricted so feed free to post events, links, ski tips or questions
October 4, 2014
The fall dinner is set for Saturday November 15 at the Ellis Hollow Community Center.
More details to follow.
March 12, 2014
This year’s spring meeting and dinner of the Cayuga Nordic Ski Club celebrates the club’s 30th anniversary. All members are invited to come and help celebrate.
When: Friday, March 28
Time: 6:00-6:30 PM–Social time;
6:30-7:30 PM or so—Dinner
Where: Ellis Hollow Community Center, Genung Road
Cost: $5 adults; $2.50 children
CNSC will provide a variety of pizza, salad, brownies, and non-alcoholic beverages.
Please bring your own table service.
Got any historic photos or other club mementos? Bring them!
RSVP BY TUESDAY MARCH 25!
Dinner will be followed by a business meeting, in which potential amendments to the CNSC Bylaws will be presented and voted upon. If these amendments are approved by the membership, we will hold an election of the officers. Normally, elections are held in the fall; spring elections are proposed so that elected officers can prepare for the coming season.
There will be at least a partial changing of the guard of the CNSC board. There are nominees for these positions, and the nominees even know that they have been (or will be) nominated.
Hope to see you March 28 to celebrate 30 years and a great season.
January 31, 2014
We have a lot going on with the club this weekend. Subscribe to email list for last minute updates and details.
Sat. Feb 1, 10 am Beginner Clinic at Cornell Golf Course with Rob Licht (rlicht1ATgmail.com)
Sat. Feb 1, 9 30 am Intermediate recreational ski at Connecticut Hill with Dave G (dgifferATyahoo.com)
Sat. Feb 1 1030 am Intermediate Classic Clinic at Hammond Hill with Dan Karig
Sunday, Feb 2, 10 am (Dunkin donuts in Dryden) for Tuller Hill ski with Jack, Kristin and Joan.
January 14, 2014
Due to uncooperative snow fairies, we will not be having a ski race this year.
Thanks so all who have offered their help. And now that the race is cancelled, I’m sure the snow will come back.
Ernie Bayles, VP of Ski Racing
January 6, 2014
Please participate and share this PDF with anyone interested in a local CNSC Race.
Dan has just released the December 2013 CNSC Newsletter [PDF].
Here are some of the highlights.
- Twentysomethings on Skis
- The Terrors of Descending
- More on the BREIA Trip
- Club Racing News
- The Osceola Race:
- CNSC Bylaws
- 2104 CNSC Tour Schedule
January 3, 2014
Please check out the updated 2014 CNSC tour schedule. Come on out!
December 5, 2013
Our annual attempt to put on a Citizen’s ski race is slated for Sunday, January 18, 2015
There are 3 events planned:
1. A short race for anybody 12 and under (they race for free)–Distances and difficulty will be modified to suit.
2. a 7.5 or so k “short course” race that includes lots of climbing and descending
3. a 15 k or so “long course” race (2 laps of the 7 k course) this is also an Empire State Games qualifier eligible for NYSSRA points.
The skireg link for on-line registration is http://www.skireg.com/cayuga-nordic-classic.
Or you can register at the race from 8:30 AM to 10:15 AM, but we really like it when you pre-register and you don’t have to pay until you sign up on race day!
Nothing too serious here, just a fun morning skiing fast!
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