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October 17, 2014

The club provides an email list serve, through Google Groups, that is open to all interested local cross-country skiers. The list serve enables members to exchange reports on local snow conditions and related topics. If you would like to post photos, see our Facebook page.

Membership in the club is not required to join the listserv, however we do hope you will choose to support us.

You can join the list serve by going to the Group home page at http://groups.google.com/group/cayuganordicski and following the signup instructions.

Alternatively, you can join the email list by using the form below. However, if you want to be able to post pages and/or files in addition to sending and receiving email, you will need to go to the Group home page (above) and create a password.

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2 Comments »

  1. I wrote a blurb to encourage list serve users to become club members. It is on the live website on the email list page.

    Comment by Jack Rueckheim — November 25, 2008 @ 1:47 pm

  2. Sir or Madam:Just cleaning up our Ski Club contact list today and with an active Club like Cayuga,I’m wondering if you’d like a bit of info on some off season options for your group. In the last couple weeks our company, Wilderness Tours in Canada, has been helping several Ski Clubs in your area to put together some whitewater outings for their activity during the summer months. Since Ski Clubs are subject to significant discounts, most Clubs are quite receptive to at least looking at our information.

    Since we run a ski area in the winter, we have access to contact information amongst Ski Clubs but my last contact for Cayuga is Jack Vanderzee.
    Can you update your Club’s contact info and is it cool to send you our new 2009 brochure electronically at this address? Also, if you have a physical address for the Club, I could send some hard copies so your membership can check out this unique summer option.

    Thanks for your time and I hope to hear from you soon. Enjoy the rest of the ski season!

    Comment by Geoff Patterson — January 26, 2009 @ 8:35 am

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