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SSCV launched its own SSCV Inspires Fundraiser and Video Contest the same day as the 2015 Vail/Beaver Creek World Championship Ski Club Video Challenge, but that did not stop us from entering our club into the 2015 contest! We have created a Ski Club Video with clips from our very own inspired athletes. Please click here to vote for SSCV once every day until February 14th! The ski club video with the most votes wins $25,000! This money would go towards our SSCV Scholarship Fund in hopes of inspiring more young, talented athletes here in the valley! 
 
*Please remember to vote once per day, per network! This means phone, work computer, home computer etc.*
 
Thanks for your votes and your continued support!
 
 

 

SSCV Inspires Challenge
Scholarship Fundraiser
January 30th-February 28th

PLEASE! Help us make a difference through supporting our SSCV Inspires Challenge!

  1. It's easy to get involved! Click here for basic set up steps.
  2. Friends and family near and far can see what SSCV athletes do, and donate to their inspirational stories!
  3. All donations will go towards our Scholarship Fund, allowing our sport to be accessible and affordable to all!
  4. Prizes awarded for every step of the way!
 "Once families figure out how to make this work it's so easy to raise money,  plus I have many friends and family that love seeing what my child has done over the years at SSCV and now VSSA. We appreciate the scholarship assistance, it would be difficult for my child to be in the program without financial help." - SSCV Parent
 
Need assistance?  Email bziebell@skiclubvail.org 
$100 raised from EVERY athlete =
$60,000+ in Scholarships!

 


Aldo Radamus Perspectives Column-Vail Daily

“Dream It.  Live It.  Share It.”—A theme for 2015 and beyond at Ski & Snowboard Club Vail




The theme of the 2015 FIS Alpine Ski World Championships--“Dream It.  Live It.  Share It.”-- strikes a familiar cord at Ski & Snowboard Club Vail (SSCV) where we strive each and every day to spark a dream and ignite a passion in a child which will provide focus and teach life lessons  through the vehicle of competitive snowsports.  As Ceil Folz, president of the Vail Valley Foundation and head of the 2015 World Championships Organizing Committee, stated, “A World Championships is an opportunity to celebrate athletes at the top of the sport, but it’s also an opportunity [to] recognize and support the next generation of ski racers.”

It has been exciting to watch Ski & Snowboard Club Vail athletes personify the 2015 World Championship theme during this first week of the Championships. Whether viewing or participating in the Opening Ceremonies where this theme provided inspiration throughout the evening, volunteering on the course, training alongside or watching their heroes compete or being part of the “Dream It. Team”.  Regardless of their role, these children are the future of ski racing, and watching them dream, live and share these moments this past week has certainly been an inspiration to me.

I am often asked by parents at what age should they start their children on this journey.   My advice is always the same-the sooner the better.  The SSCV Future Stars program is a season long program designed for children ages 6 and above who can get on and off the chairlift by themselves and comfortably ski with poles on Golden Peak.  Future Stars exposes youngsters to alpine racing, moguls and park and pipe, focusing on creating passion, skill development as well as participating in the complimentary Steadman Clinic Vail Cup competition series.   SSCV offers similar programs for young snowboarders and Nordic skiers.

Providing this opportunity to children not only grows a love of snow sports and active lifestyles, it creates an irreplaceable base of experiences that insures that potential can be fulfilled.

A Look to our History

This past weekend, the first class enshrined to the SSCV Hall of Fame and Wall of Excellence were celebrated for their achievements as athletes and leaders. Inductees spanned the 6 decades represented in the club’s 52 year history of serving over 10,000 kids from the community. Stories from the weekend and speeches from the inductees centered around the community, family, lifelong friendships and the lessons learned while being involved with the club. As Rudd Pyles-Knutzen, the first racer from SSCV to be named to the US Ski Team A Team, said “What the club really did was teach me how to lose.” Perseverance, determination and learning the SSCV Core Values of Character, Courage and Commitment are the true “Gold Medals” we give to all our kids.
 
A Look to the Future

SSCV continues to look ahead to the many opportunities that remain for the kids of the community. The long planned expansion of Golden Peak’s competition arena, a residence center with dormitories and staff residences to attract top coaches and teachers and an Opportunity Fund to insure that any child in the valley is able to pursue their dreams are important initiatives for Ski and Snowboard Club Vail. Plans to re-develop the clubhouse are approved and ground will be broken pending the sale of the residences on the top two floors that will fund the construction of the new facility for the kids.
 
The organizers of the 2015 FIS Alpine Ski World Championships, recognizing that the members of ski clubs throughout the country are the future of alpine ski racing, launched a video challenge contest just prior to the start of the World Championships to “bring these young athletes”, according to Ceil Folz, “the recognition, and for one lucky club the financial support, to help them continue to follow their dreams.”
 
SSCV has entered this challenge with an inspirational video, including clips from SSCV current and alumni athletes, yet another personification of the ”Dream It.  Live It.  Share It.” theme of the 2015 World Championships, and yet another testament to the important role that SSCV plays in these young people’s lives. Please consider voting for SSCV’s video once per day at http://woobox.com/j4q543/vote/for/5799585  between now and February 14 to help SSCV athletes continue to --“Dream It.  Live It.  Share It.” 

 


You're invited! 

Gorusch in Beaver Creek-SSCV "House" for World Championships


Don't miss the final two days of the SSCV 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships "House" in Beaver Creek at Gorsuch, this Friday and Saturday, 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm. You are invited to join Executive Director Aldo Radamus and learn more about SSCV's vision. We are located inside Gorsuch on the bottom level opposite the 2015 Expo Tent, downstairs from the escalator. Pick up a free limited edition Valentine's Day "for the kids" helmet sticker and enter a prize drawing for a pair of Atomic GS Skis, POC helmet, POC goggles and a Kjus jacket, courtesy of Gorsuch.  Hot chocolate and cookies available -- first come, first served!




 


SSCV Alumni Reunion Weekend and
Hall of Fame/Wall of Excellence Induction Celebration

Thank You


Thank you to the many alumni, current and past families and staff along with friends of SSCV who participated in last weekend's festivities.  Stay tuned for a full recap of the weekend in videos, photos and words.  Below is a preview of a few of the many photos taken over the course of the weekend.

Click here for the Vail Daily High Altitude Society article on this past weekend's festivities.









Many thanks also go out to the volunteers who helped make the weekend possible.  Some of our volunteers are seen below greeting guests as they arrived on Saturday evening.


 


Second Survey will be e-mailed February 15- and will close March 1 at midnight

Third Survey being e-mailed April 15


Thank you to all SSCV parents and athletes who have participated in previous membership surveys. Your comments and suggestions are greatly appreciated by the SSCV team.
 
SSCV's second parent and athlete membership survey will be emailed out on February 15  to all current parents and SSCV athletes YOB 2002 and older and will close March 1 at midnight.   You can complete one survey per SSCV child in the program.  The survey only takes a minute (literally) to complete.  Thank you in advance for your feedback.

If you do not receive the survey link e-mailed out on February 15, please email us at info@skiclubvail.org letting us know so we can send a survey to you.  Thank you in advance for your future participation.
 

Photographers for Upcoming Events


Volunteer photographers are needed for home events and championships throughout the rest of the season-click here.  Sign into your mysscv account to sign up or contact Sharon Schmidt at 978-621-8738 or sschmidt@skiclubvail.org  for more information.

Upcoming Events
2/21/2015-RQS Freestyle Moguls at Vail Mountain
2/22/15-Devo Freestyle Moguls at Vail Mountain
2/26/15-Vail Summit Orthopaedics Alpine Town Series Apres Awards Party at The Fitz at Manor Vail at 5 pm
2/27/15-3/6/15-U18 Nationals at Copper Mountain
2/28/15-USASA Slopestyle (freeski and snowboard) Competition at Vail Mountain
 

 

About SSCV's First Wall of Excellence Leader Category Inductees



Vail Daily-Wall of Excellence Inductees-Larry Benway and Mike Porter


The Leader Category Inductees in SSCV's Wall of Excellence are Tom Porter, Pete Seibert, Jr., Larry Benway and Mike Porter.  Below is the final article in a multi-part series in the Vail Daily about SSCV's Hall of Fame and Wall of Excellence Inductees.




Mike Porter is newly inducted into SSCV's Wall of Excellence in the Leader Category.



Larry Benway is also newly inducted into SSCV's Wall of Excellence in the Leader Category.

Ski & Snowboard Club Vail (SSCV) is naming six people to its first Wall of Excellence in the Athlete Category and four people to its first Wall of Excellence in the Leader Category on February 7 at the Four Season Vail.   Larry Benway and Mike Porter are among the four people being inducted into the Wall of Excellence Leader Category.
 
Larry Benway-Growing up 20 miles north of New York City, Larry Benway made his way out west in the late 1950’s.  After working in Denver for a year, he became a ski patroller at A-Basin and in the fall of 1963 began his work as a ski patroller at Vail Mountain, soon in charge of avalanche work.  Meeting his wife Willie a few years later while working the summer in Jackson Hole, they married in 1966 and made their home in Vail.  Starting his own landscape company a few years later, Larry remained connected with the industry teaching skiing at Meadow Mountain.
 
Larry and Willie raised their family in the Valley.  Their son Patrick joined Ski Club Vail around the age of 10 after strong performances in the Buddy Werner League at Sunlight.  Shortly thereafter, Larry joined the Board of Ski Club Vail and by the mid-1980’s was on the Executive Committee and an officer of the Club.  Larry went on to serve as Club President for several years in the early 1990’s.
 
Both Larry and Willie became certified Rocky Mountain Division USSA racing officials, Willie in timing and Larry as a level 4 Chief of Race and a Level 5 Chief Gate Keeper.   Larry also served on the Board of the Rocky Mountain Division.
 
Larry started his World Cup volunteer experience in the late 1980’s in a series pre-cursor to the World Cups.  Eventually Larry was tasked with training 100 gatekeepers for the World Cup in the Vail Valley.  By the second local World Cup Larry was the Chief Gate Judge, serving in this critical role for the next nine years.
 
Larry led the charge in adding snowboarding to Ski Club Vail’s program offerings in the early 1990’s.  Larry was also instrumental in the Club running the first USSA snowboard championships which attracted 300 competitors.  During Larry’s time at the Club he was also very involved in the addition of a post-graduate training program offering.  He was also instrumental in growing revenue’s from the Club’s ski swap, including the introduction of barcoding with the help of a technically savvy friend, allowing the Swap to grow to over 20,000 items.  These initiatives enabled the Club to raise ever important funds to keep program costs down. 
 
Larry is also responsible for the inception and implementation of the early form of SSCV Winter Tutorial to enable athletes to bring their snow sport to the next level in parallel with their academics, at a time when traditional public and private schools in the Valley were unable to provide this type of support.  The addition of this academic component to the Club has evolved to become today’s groundbreaking Vail Ski & Snowboard Academy.
 
Among Larry's many accolades for his community work throughout the years, he was the recipient of the Zella Gorsuch Memorial Award in 1996. Larry’s innovation, dedication, thoughtfulness and foresight coupled with his boundless energy during his time at Ski & Snowboard Club Vail has left its mark on the organization to this day. 
 
Mike Porter-While running the Alpine Meadows Ski School and overseeing the Austrian National Training Center at that same venue, the opportunity arose for Mike Porter to join Ski Club Vail in 1980.  Upon his arrival he was the coach for all programs and became the Ski Club Vail Program Director in 1981, remaining with the Club until 1988.  Charlie Adams joined Mike at the Club a few years later with Charlie overseeing the younger athletes and Mike overseeing the older ones as well as coach training and development for all age groups.  Mike and Charlie were also involved with fundraising at a time when the Club did not have an administrative staff to drive these initiatives.
 
A Professional Ski Instructor of America (PSIA) certified instructor who went on to become a PSIA trainer and examiner as well as run the National Demo Team for twenty five years, Mike was instrumental in bringing PSIA training and certification requirements to the forefront for the Ski Club Vail coaching staff, enriching the training program for all athletes.  Thanks to Mike’s knowledge, leadership and focus on staff development, his coaches’ knowledge base was among the best in the country and the Club was placing numerous athletes on the US Ski Team and in top collegiate racing programs.  A number of the coaches hired and trained by Mike went on to enjoy very successful careers with the US Ski Team, coaching athletes like Tommy Moe, Julia Mancuso and Lindsey Vonn, a testament to the foundation they acquired during their time at Ski Club Vail.
 
The athlete development techniques employed by Mike focused on such things as sports psychology, skill building, learning theories and motor skills development.
 
Beyond coach and athlete education, Mike brought many other innovations to the Club including electrical timing, portable timing systems, athlete video analysis, a transition from bamboo to plastic breakaway gates along with electric drills, making Ski Club Vail cutting edge-the first club in the Rocky Mountain Division to offer all of this.
 
Mike was also responsible for creating an exchange program with Copper Mountain to provide early season training to Ski Club Vail athletes.
 
Mike spent a great deal of time working with collegiate coaches, having them train at Vail Mountain with their teams, which allowed the collegiate coaches to get to know Ski Club Vail athletes and the Ski Club Vail athletes to see the level of training taking place on these collegiate teams.
 
Mike ski raced and well as pro raced, but his true passion was for the many other things he was involved in.
 
After leaving Ski Club Vail Mike went on to run the Beaver Creek Ski School as managing director for education as well as rentals.    Mike was also instrumental in providing training and support for USSA coaches at a time when there were no formal training or coach certifications, making use of much of what he learned through PSIA and through his work with Ski Club Vail.
 
Mike’s fondest memories of Ski Club Vail are of the children-his relationships with them and the influence he had over them, channeling their enthusiasm and exuberance to maximize the talents they had, not just in ski racing but in college and in life.  Mike also reflects warmly on the huge level of involvement of and support from the parents at Ski Club Vail.
 
Mike and his wife Marie have two children, neither of whom were ski racers, but he warmly reflects on how much he learned and much he personally grew through working with children at Ski Club Vail, things he was able to share with his own family.
 
Mike was a recipient of Ski Club Vail’s Zella Gorsuch Memorial Award.  The day to day leadership, innovation and professionalism that Mike brought to SSCV throughout most of the 1980’s as Executive Director and Head Coach propelled the club to a new level, achieving great strides as an organization and in the development of highly successful national team and collegiate athletes.  
 

 

SSCV December C3 Award Winner Maddie Donovan

Congratulations Maddie!
 



Maddie Donovan has been a member of the Ski & Snowboard Club Vail (SSCV) Nordic Program for five years. Now a sophomore at Vail Mountain School, one of SSCV’s Academic Partners,  she has grown gracefully into her role as one of the leaders of our program. Maddie is always willing to help a coach or teammate and has a wonderfully endearing and well-grounded personality that is a true asset to the team and a joy to be around.

Since starting high school, Maddie increased her commitment to skiing and is beginning to see great returns on all the hard work she has put in. She was able to maintain a high level of training and fitness even when away for much of the summer. Nordic skiing was not a sport her family knew well before they joined the team, and she has shown maturity and courage in her willingness to incorporate the heavy training load required for success into her life, and has brought her family along with her.

In the first Rocky Mountain Junior National Qualifier of the season and as a U16 athlete, Maddie won the race overall by 20 seconds, beating a strong field of U20, U18, and U16 athletes from throughout the division. It was an impressive performance and speaks of a strong determination, a commitment to setting and achieving challenging goals, and a willingness to give her all.  Her coaches see an athlete emerging who has a fierce determination to reach the top of the sport, and a willingness to put in the work to reach those goals. She is a joy to coach, a wonderful friend and teammate, and an exciting athlete to watch. Her coaches look forward to watching Maddie continue to develop and improve, and reach more and more challenging goals.

Maddie personifies character, courage and commitment and is truly deserving of this honor of being selected as SSCV’s December 2014 Character, Courage and Commitment Award Winner.
 

 

Seeking February  SSCV Athlete C3 Award Nominations

Due February  21


The core values of Ski & Snowboard Club Vail are CHARACTER, COURAGE AND COMMITMENT.   The C3 Awards were established several years ago to recognize outstanding displays of these character traits by our athletes both on snow and off.  A total of six C3 winners will be awarded this season (one winner for each month from November through April).

The Walter Kirsch Character, Courage and Commitment Overall Season winner will be selected in April from among the C3 monthly award winners.

Anyone can nominate any SSCV athlete who displays the traits of character, courage and commitment for a C3 award.  February nominations are due in hand February 21  via email to sschmidt@skiclubvail.org.  If you have questions please call 978-621-8738.  Click here for details and
a copy of the nomination form.
 


Snowsports Highlights

A few scenes from the past two weeks



SSCV Skier Cross athletes at a recent competition.

U16 Alpine Qualifiers
Congratulations to SSCV's U16 alpine athletes for a great showing during the qualifier series.  SSCV athletes comprised 21 of the 31 men and 19 of the 53 women who qualified for U16 Rocky Central Regional Championships.

Alpine Age Class Races Around the Region
Congratulations on a great showing by our alpine age class racers as they competed at various venues throughout the region ealier this month.


 
Freeski

XGames and World Championships
It was an exciting time for several of SSCV's post-graduate Freeski athletes this past month.  Broby Leeds took second in the qualifiers and fourth in the finals in the half pipe during World Championships in  Freeski in Kreischberg Austria.  Anais Caradeux took fourth in the finals for the women in half pipe at this same championship.  After qualifying for finals they both pushed themselves to take their sport to a much more difficult level in finals. They have much to be proud of for these results!

Congratulations also go out to Annalisa Drew and Aaron Blunck who qualified to compete in the Winter XGames in Aspen along with the Freeski World Championships in Kreischberg.  Due to scheduling conflicts, they competed in the Winter XGames in Aspen.

Revolution Tour- Seven Springs, PA
SSCV Coach Dave Zweig reported on the SSCV Freeski Team at the Rev Tour in Seven Springs, PA as follows:

We have wrapped up another USSA Revolution Tour stop here in Seven Springs, PA.  It was full of amazing competition, and all our athletes skied really well.  We were excited to see the smiles and energy from everyone.
 
As for halfpipe on Tuesday, it was a bit snowy and super cold, but everyone made the best of it.  The tricks, vibe, and mojo were awesome!!  Congrats to Paula Cooper for taking home some hardware and getting that 3rd place podium spot!  Also, congratulations to Zach Fedrizzi for making it into finals and walking away with 4th place in the Mens competition.  Everyone trained, competed, and skied great!
 
On the slopestyle side of things Wednesday, we saw a lot of really good skiing from the entire field.  It made for great spectating throughout the event.  We saw a lot of great things, new tricks, and new runs from everyone.  Way to keep pushing yourselves!  Congratulations to our finalists Colter Hale and Aaron Milligan for making it through heats and into finals.  Aaron ended up in 7th on the day and Colter was unable to take his finals runs due to a tweaked knee, but ended up 16th on the day.

 


Revolution Tour-Mammoth
Paula Cooper took 2nd in freeski half pipe at the Rev Tour in Mammoth.  Aaron Milligan placed 4th in freeski slopestyle in Mammoth, qualifying him for an invite to the Park City World Cup at the end of February.

Freestyle

Congratulations to SSCV Freestyle athletes Lindsey Eckhoff for winning the moguls competition and Anna Park for winning the dual moguls competition at the Rocky Montain Freestyle competition in Aspen Highlands on February 7. Congratulations also goes out to Lindsey for taking second in dual moguls at that same competition.

Snowboard

Congratulations to the following SSCV athletes for their performances at the USASA Snowboard Series in Slopestyle at Winter Park on February 8:
 
Per Age Category:
Breaker Boys (12-13)
Taiaroa Tait-1st
Jack Coyne-3rd
Jeremy Baxter-9th
 
Menehune Girls (10-11)
Bella Mauro-2nd
Kaegan Wherry-3rd
 
Grommet Girls (8-9)
Devin Hendrix-2nd
Barrett Hendrix-3rd
 
Grommet Boys (8-9)
Cooper Shonk-3rd
Conor Wherry-5th
Kade Martin-6th
Tieg Wachter-9th
 
Ruggie Boys (7 & under)
Ollie Martin-1st
Carter Shonk-2nd

Nordic

As of February 4th SSCV Nordic is in the lead for RMN Colorado Cup points. Good luck in Aspen!



 


Fun and Excitement at 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships


Many thanks to the parents, athletes and staff volunteering at and attending the 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championship events and festivities!  Some fun moments captured on film below.










 

 


 

The Steadman Clinic Vail Cup

Complimentary competition series open to athletes U16 and younger!


Click below for details.


 

Alpine Town Series

Join in on the fun!


Click below for details.


 
 

Nordic Town Series

You too can participate!  No experience necessary!


Click below for details.


 


Additional SSCV Press Coverage; Athlete and Alumni Related Coverage


High Altitude Society column: Ski & Snowboard Club Vail honors hall of fame inductees-Vail Daily-February 12, 2015

Artist creates lithographs for World Championships in Vail, Beaver Creek-Vail Daily-February 12, 2015

Benway, Porter to be honored by Ski Club Vail-Vail Daily-February 6, 2015

Americans get first medal with super-G bronze-Vail Daily-February 3, 2015


Vonn arrives; ties for fourth in training-Vail Daily-February 2, 2015

Lindsey Vonn feels no nerves, no pressure as World Championships start-NBC Sports-February 2, 2015
 
Vail Valley welcomes the world for alpine ski championships-The Denver Post-February 2, 2015

Town Race Series Results-Vail Daily-January 31, 2015

Raptor Course-Vail Daily-January 30, 2015

Stars Highlight U.S. World Champs Team-USSA News-January 28, 2019

 

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Important Dates


SSCV Winter Office Hours:: 

Tuesday -Sunday
8:00 am-5:00 pm
at SSCV Clubhouse Office

February 13 and 14 ::
Visit the SSCV "House" at Gorsuch in Beaver Creek
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm-details in left column

February 26::
Vail Summit Orthopaedics Alpine Town Series
Golden Peak-1 pm

March 1::
The Steadman Clinic Vail Cup
Moguls and GS-Black Forest

March 18::
Vail Summit Orthopaedics Nordic Town Series
Maloit Park
 

Volunteer Opportunities

::  Photographers-
   
click here for information. 
    Immediate photography
    needs noted in left hand
    column under the Volunteers
    section
   
February 26::
Vail Summit Orthopaedics
Alpine Town Series
Golden Peak-1 pm

March 1::
The Steadman Clinic Vail Cup
Moguls and GS-Black Forest

March 18::
Vail Summit Orthopaedics Nordic Town Series
Maloit Park

 
To view all volunteer opportunities and sign up, please go to www.skiclubvail.org and click on the Login/Enroll button along the top to sign into your mysscv account or contact  volunteers@skiclubvail.org for more information.
 


Nathan Park

 
 

Snowboard Coach

 
Nathan has always had a deep connection with Vail.  Born in Vail, he returned in 1996 when he became a Snowboard Instructor and began coaching the Vail Developmental team. In 2002 he helped Ben Boyd start the Snowboard Program at SSCV where he coached until 2006.

Nathan then moved on to help create the ISTC (International Snowboard Training Center). While with the ISTC he had over 50 Nor-AM podiums, 10+ World Cup Podiums, 2 World Champ medals, and coached many athletes to achieving their Olympic dreams. He also had the honor of representing Norway at the 2014 Sochi Olympic games.


 

 

SSCV Classifieds!


We have a classified section for our members to sell new and used gear, post rental homes, and more!

To add to or view the classified section click here. This is not to be used for business purposes.

E mail classifieds@skiclubvail.org if you would like to remove old listings.

 




Supporting Ski & Snowboard Club Vail is as easy as shopping at Amazon.com.  Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Ski & Snowboard Club Vail whenever you shop on AmazonSmile.

Simply follow these easy steps.
-Create a profile at 

-Choose "Ski Club Vail" from the list of available non-profits

-Shop, shop, shop at AmazonSmile!
 



Attention SSCV members: Want to put your grocery shopping to good use? A program is available with your City Market Value Card that allows SSCV to earn funds based on your grocery spending.

The Rewards Program will pay participating organizations based on their percentage of spending as it relates to the total spending of all participating City Market Community Rewards organizations. Each purchase made raises money for SSCV! 
 
Card holders can enroll their Value Card online HERE and choose Ski & Snowboard Club Vail (Organization # 10347) to benefit from their spending when they shop at City Market.
 
We are proud to be a part of this community program.  Thank you for your support!

 



Were you once a member of Ski & Snowboard Club Vail?  Email Sharon Schmidt (sschmidt@skiclubvail.org) with your current contact information (name, address, phone and email).  Let us know contact information for your fellow alumni as well! 
 



We strive to have every SSCV family make an Annual Campaign gift of personal significance--because Every Snowflake Counts.
 

Thank you to the following families who are 2014-2015 Leadership Council Members:
 
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Jill Landman Alfond and John Alfond
Shannon and Todger Anderson
Tracy McFadden and Scott Anderson
Arthur-Cabot Holdings, LLC
Molly and Steve Avery
Beth and Cameron Bailey
Suzi and Mike Bailey
Cindy Balin
Susan and Daniel Blake
The Borgen Family Foundation
Randi Borgen
Sara and Michael Charles
The Cole Family
Tim Collins
Betsy and Mike Cuthbertson
Glenn Davis
The Decker Family
Nancy and Ken Deline
Kim and Rick Dilling
Jill and Bruce Dines
Jane and Matt Donovan
The Dorf Family
Dana and Barry Dorfman
The Douglas Family
Phil Duff
Lori and Grady Durham
The Dyroff Family
Jennifer and Tom Ebner
EpicPromise (Vail Resort/Beaver Creek)
Ali and John Fallon
Gritt and Bill Fleischer
Ceil Folz
The Garnsey Family
Jennifer and Rick Geisman
Karen and Brad Ghent
Tracy McCoy Gillette
Gary Gilman
Linda and Wyatt Hall
Kimberly and Jon Hauser
Deborah Wittman and Rik Heid
Carol and Ray Hilliard 
Christie and Karl Hochtl
Louise and Phil Hoversten
Louise and Brian Hoyt
Jennie and Ross Iverson
Maria and Steven Kalapos
Anne-Marie and John Keane
Cynnie and Peter Kellogg
Brenda and Jeff Kirwood
The Landry Family
Liz and Gary Leeds
Julie and Dan Leever
Stephanie and Rod Linafelter
Tina Nielsen and Andy Littman
Sharon and Greg Maffei
Anne and Tom McGonagle
Angella and Dwight Merriman
Sarah and Peter Millett
Kaia and Misha Moritz
Carol Tucker Pattison
Sara and Aldo Radamus
Wendy and Paul Raether
Alison and Kevin Rodney
The Rountree-Williams Family
Hunter and Boden Salani
Stacey Sapp
Chelle and William Schane
Shelly and Steve Shanley
Cathy and Scott Soden
Ero and Richard Spanos
Dr. William Sterett
The Stockton Family
Kim and Eric Strauch
Surefoot
The Suszynski Family
Heidi and Mike Trueblood
Kelly and Scott Valent
Bloem, Boet & Siep van den Berg
Lindsey Vonn
Cynthia and Todd Wallis
Kate and Ed Williams
Lydia and John Woodard
 
Thank you to the following families who have contributed to the Annual Campaign:
 
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The Addis Family
Luke and Tim Arrigoni
The Babbs Family
Fraser Baggaley
Luci and Axel Bailey
The Baz Family
Matej Bednar
The Bettenhausen Family
Jen Bettenhausen
The Black Family
Brooke and Jon-Erik Borgen
Charlotte and Oliver Boyd
The Boyes Family
Kurt and Gail Brandt
The Brinkerhoff Family
The Brown Family
Katharine and Madison Brown,
    Nancy Brown's grandparents
The Byrne Family
Samantha Carey
The Carr Family
The Chelain Family/The Left  
    Bank
Joseph Cleary
Bode Cobb
Kate and Carl Cocchiarella
The Cole Family
Kathy and Michael Collins
Columbine Bakery & Café
Community First Foundation
Anya and Howard Cooper
The Coudouy Family
Alan Crocker
The Derwin Family
The DeScisciolo Family
Beck and Alex Dienst
Dr. FW Distelhorst
The Douglas Family
Brandon Dyksterhouse
The Dyroff Family
The Eidson Family
The Fedrizzi Family
Pamela and David Flynn
Cynthia & Victor Frandsen
The Frischholz Family
Valerie Gates
John Gayer
Kathy Gebhardt and Steve
    Swanson
Leese and Gary Gentry
Jason Glass
Doris and Matt Gobec
Steve and Jove Goodman
Ziggy Gosiewski
Elle and Remy Guillot
The Hargreaves
Kelly and Grant Herzog
Marnie and Michael Hock
Topper Hagerman
Melissa and Richard Howes
The Huggins Family
Michael Imperi
Ross and Jennie Iverson
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Roy Lapidus & Amy Minnick
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Rob LeVine
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Jenny Lorch
Dan Luginbuhl
Katie and Bill MacFarlane
In honor of Simon Marsh
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Peter James Millett
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Max Pierce in memory of Zeke
Keith Powell
Mary and Dick Pownall
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Andrew and Ian Rogers
Elliott Ross
Anne and Chris Rozzell
Kim Salani
The Sauter Family
Robert Schilling
Thomas Schlader
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Snow Sport Vacations
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Jan and Rick Sackbauer
Signature Colorado
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Veitch Family
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The Weiss Family
Penny Wilson
Tegan Wold
Conrad Woodland
The Wooles Family
Robert and Angela Worrell
 

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