Hello everyone, greetings from Big Sky, MT! I just finished a terrific week of skiing in Deer Valley, UT where the conditions were perfect with great temperatures. Big Sky is much colder and we are under a winter weather advisory until Monday morning. Over a foot of snow is predicted! About 20-some of our fellow CFSOC members are expected to arrive here for a week of skiing and other fun activities.
This is a short month and since so many of us are more than likely taking advantage of the ski season and the incredible snow out west, we postponed this month’s Taste of Wilmington to Wed., 2/20, and we will skip our Monthly Happy Hour.
We are still looking to plan some SPRING activities. Yona Bar-Zeev has organized a Tennis Outing for March (see details below under UPCOMING CFSOC EVENTS & OUTINGS) but we are looking to add some other events, too. If you are interested in hosting an activity, please let me know.
Irene Hathaway President, Cape Fear Ski & Outing Club email@example.com
UPCOMING CFSOC EVENTS & OUTINGS
TASTE OF WILMINGTON Wed., 2/20, 6:00 PM
Dram + Morsel 33 South Front St. Wilmington, NC 28401 910.833.5999 www.dramandmorsel.com
Meet at the bar at 6:00 PM; dinner at 6:30 PM.
From their website: “Dram + Morsel is designed to incorporate the appeal of industrial elegance, a communal atmosphere, and a relaxed, more connected dining experience. The concept was inspired by the aura of metropolitan boutique hotel lobbies.”
This popular restaurant features tapas style dishes, broken into four menu categories: Snacks, Greens, Bites, and Sliders. Favorite items include meat pies; pretzel bites; burger-, chicken- & veggie-sliders; and chicken wings. The menu also includes a variety of craft cocktails with exotic names as Secret Garden, Social Butterfly, and Green Lipstick.
There are a few footnotes about this restaurant you should be aware of, although nothing much to deter hardy skiers! Dram + Morsel shares a 3-story building with two other restaurants/bars; D+M is on the third floor of the building. (The Husk is on the first floor and YoSake is on the second floor.) There is a stairway leading from the first to the third floor however, for those of you who would like to save their energy for the slopes, there is an elevator on the Dock Street side at the back of the building.
RSVP to Waylon Webbon via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, call 727.580.1396 or on Meetup https://www.meetup.com/CapeFearSkiandOutingClub/events/257664497/.
FEBRUARY HAPPY HOUR
This month’s Happy Hour is cancelled. We will resume in March.
As requested by those who participated in the last Tennis event, we will add an additional tennis event for a total of three, rather than two, in 2019. We will try and hold the events in March, July and October.
The next CFSOC Tennis Event is scheduled for Sunday, March 31 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm at Porters Neck Country Club. Dinner afterwards at the Porters Neck Country Club Grille.
The event is a Round-Robin format where partners are changed every 4 games.
? The fees are $9.00 (includes court fees and tennis balls).
? Dress at the restaurant is casual, so you can eat in your tennis outfit.
? We have only 16 spots available and there are already 15 signed up!
? Yona will send directions and more information to participants before the event.
Please RSVP Yona as soon as possible since there are only 5 spots left. No need to send money in advance.
Yona will send directions and more information to participants before the event.
Yona Bar-Zeev, email@example.com 910 352-1993
Ski Trip Openings (as posted on https://www.crescentskicouncil.org/)
? Augusta Ski & Outing Club has openings on Park City trip
? Huntsville Ski Club has openings on 2 trips: Breckenridge and Big Sky
? Knoxville Ski Club has openings on 3 trips: Park City, Keystone and Big Sky
? Asheville Ski Club has openings for Taos Trip Feb 16-23 (IKON pass accepted)
SUN PEAKS RESORT, BC, CANADA Jan. 2020 Sun Peaks Resort is an alpine ski resort located in Sun Peaks, British Columbia, Canada, 56 km northeast of Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. The summit of the ski area is at an elevation of 2,080 m, with an 881 m vertical rise from the base of the peak. Sun Peaks Resort has 16 square kilometers of skiable terrain, and receives an average of 5.6 m of snow per year. The resort has 12 lifts with a total capacity of 12,000 riders per hour, with the Burfield chair being the longest at 23 minutes total ride. There are 135 runs, including 16 gladed areas and 40 km of cross country trails. The Sun Peaks area averages over 2,000 hours of sun a year. The ski area has three mountains: Tod Mountain, Sundance Mountain, and Mt. Morrisey. https://www.sunpeaksresort.com/
CRESCENT SKI COUNCIL SPRING CONFERENCE Thurs, 4/25-Sun, 4/28
The Crescent Ski Council Spring Conference is scheduled for Thurs, April 25-Sun, April 28, in
Myrtle Beach at the Kingston Plantation.
If you are interested in joining fellow CFSOC members, we would like commitments ideally at
the Jan. 8th meeting, but no later than Fri., Jan. 25, as the Club must submit a group deposit by
Feb. 15. You cannot register yourself or make your own onsite room reservations; we must
submit as a Club. Please contact Irene at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible to
WHEN: April 25-28, 2018
WHERE: Kingston Plantation, 9800 Queensway Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC
PRICE PER PERSON:
BRIGHTON TOWER – OCEAN VIEW 1 ROOM STUDIO/1 BATH CONDO (1 queen)
# of People Per Unit 1 2
2 Nights Stay $386 $228
3 Nights Stay $544 $307
BRIGHTON TOWER – OCEAN VIEW 2 BEDROOM/2 BATH CONDO (1 King; 2 Queens; Queen-sized sofa)
# of People Per Unit 2 3 4 5 6
2 Nights Stay $297 $222 $184 $161 $146
3 Nights Stay $411 $297 $241 $206 $184
4 Nights Stay $525 $373 $297 $252 $222
OFF-SITE FEE: $75.00 No Single Event Fee On-Site Registration: $75.00
CYCLE NORTH CAROLINA Fri, 4/26-Sun, 4/28 During last month’s meeting, Al Bishop talked about an upcoming bicycle trip he and his wife Margret, are participating in known as the Coastal Ride organized by Cycle North Carolina. It is a 3-day ride in Edenton, NC, with various loop route options from 5 – 100 miles, April 26-28 (which just so happens to be the same weekend as the Spring Conference).
About The Cycle North Carolina Coastal Ride offers participants and their families a fun-filled 3-day weekend while both on and off the bike. Start your day by hopping on your bike and exploring one of the many fully supported routes this ride has to offer. Each day will feature a variety of routes ranging anywhere from 5 miles to 100 miles. The flat roads and minimal traffic counts will allow you to fully experience all of the sights and sounds of the Edenton area including an abundance of coastal wildlife and many historic sites that are deeply rooted to the local communities.
Edenton also has plenty of activities for when you are off of the bike. Those that are feeling adventurous can take a kayak expedition or do a little paddle boarding while those looking to relax a little might prefer to explore the mix of boutiques, antique shops and restaurants in the downtown area.
WHEN: April 26-28, 2018
WHERE: Downtown Edenton Waterfront
COST: $235 per rider, ages 17 & older
HOW TO REGISTER: https://ncsports.org/event/cyclenc_coastal_ride/register/
ACCOMMODATIONS: Indoor, Outdoor & RV camping available, see https://ncsports.org/event/cyclenc_coastal_ride/campsite-info/
For a list of B&Bs, Hotels, Motels, see https://ncsports.org/event/cyclenc_coastal_ride/lodging-options/
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY American Cancer Society Road to Recovery Program
Cancer Patients need your help!
Every day cancer patients need help getting to and from treatment. You can help provide this life-saving service by becoming a volunteer driver with the American Cancer Society Road to Recovery program.
The Road to Recovery program offers transportation to cancer patients. Many of them do not own a vehicle, cannot afford the extra gasoline, or do not have access to public transportation. Some patients are elderly and unable to drive, and have no family members or friends to provide regular assistance with transportation.
Please join this meaningful program and make a positive difference in the lives of those in your community.
To become a Road to Recovery volunteer you need:
? a good driving record,
? a valid driver’s license, auto insurance,
? a vehicle in good working condition,
? and you must be between the ages of 18 and 85.
Background and DMV checks are required. Training is provided.
On average you will be asked to drive a patient once or twice a month based on your availability.
We are looking for volunteers in Brunswick, New Hanover and Pender counties.
Foor more information or to volunteer, contact Yona Bar-Zeev at 910-352-1993 or via email at email@example.com.
Be sure to like and follow the Cape Fear Ski & Outing Club Facebook page, as well as the
National Ski Council Federation on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Please email any pictures you take during CFSOC’s events to firstname.lastname@example.org or
CSC MEMBER PERK – POINT 6 SOCKS & BASE LAYERS
Point 6 Sock Company donated one pair of Point 6 socks to each Race Camp participant this
year at Steamboat. Now, Point 6 socks is offering all Crescent members and their friends a 25%
discount on Point 6 socks as well as Base Layers (which retail for $100/item; i.e., $100 for top
and $100 for bottom).
Use the code “CSC” and receive a 25% discount off internet orders, www.point6.com. Free
shipping is offered on all internet orders over $50. This offer is extended to all CSC members
and their friends, so spread the word!
Attached please find the Cresent Ski Council President's Update for Jan/Feb, as well as the flyer for the 50th celebration at the Spring Convention. To see the update, please CLICK HERE