Gore ski program participants give thanks

Dear News Enterprise:

Thank you to the town of Indian Lake for their support of the Gore Regional School Program and to Gore Mountain for offering this opportunity to regional families. We had a fun winter learning to ski. We also thank all the parent chaperones, skiers and non-skiers alike.

Students age 5-18 can sign up for six lessons on Sundays (starting early January and going through February, excluding the two holiday Sundays). The six lessons are at a very reasonable price and lift tickets for the day are included for the students. If students attend all six lessons, they are entitled to discount lift tickets for the remainder of the season. Parents sign up as chaperons and also can get a discount on a lift ticket on the day they chaperone. The town of Indian Lake supports the program by supplying a van for each Sunday as well as a small stipend to help pay for the chaperons to go.

The program is open to all students within area school districts, including home-schooled students, although Gore has a separate homeschooling program as well.

Kids names (not in photo order): Anna and Jackson Strader; Ruby Lewin; Lauren Johnson; Sierra Sipperly; Gabe and Cal Stanton; Kaydance Mitchell; Kayley Norton; Angelina and Kristina Oliver; Emily DeShaw; Reece Howard; Austin Brusso; Scott Puterko; and Jimmy and Olivia Zumpano.

Jamie Nile Strader and Sarah Lewin

Program Coordinators

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