Candidates for 2015-2016 Board
At our April 16 meeting and potluck, we will vote for Board members for the 2015-2016 season. These generous members have offered to serve.
- President - Denis DuBois
- Vice President - Ginnie Miller
- Treasurer - Tom Jacobi
- Secretary - Barbara Mandula
- Trips Coordinators - Russ Hamerly, Jo-Ann Payne
- Nordic Patrol Coordinator - Jon Epstein with assistance from Mindy Nichols
- Programs Coordinator - Maria Lamarca
- Member Data - Dede Chinlund
- New Member Liaisons - Phil Molin, Jacqui Vail
- Web Administrator - Sharon Chen
Thank you to Nordic Patrol
The season for Patrol at Mt Rainier National Park has come to a close. A special thank you to Jon Epstein for coordinating the Patrol this season and working with the Park Rangers to implement some new procedures. And many thanks to the 37 members who patrolled, assisted visitors with directions, helped with rescue of an injured boy, assisted in a search mission, and put up with lots of skiing in the rain.
Check out this fantastic and comprehensive video clip by Denis DuBois from a recent patrol weekend!
April 16, Thursday 6 pm - Spring Potluck! We'll be back at the Mount Baker Community Club. Bring food to share, gear to sell, and clothing to donate. Come early if you can help set up.
The Washington Ski Touring Club is a Seattle-based, recreation-oriented club of about 360 members who organize nordic classic, skate, telemark,and backcountry touring ski trips. We also have a monthly meeting with interesting programs on equipment, tours, weather, ski destinations,
etc. (October to May).
We love to ski and encourage you to join us! Our monthly meetings and potluck events are open to all. However, much of our website such as Multi-Day Trips, Discussion Forums, Nordic Patrol, and Weekend Weather forecasts are available only to
Do you have some trip or event photos you'd like to share? To add them to our Photo Pages, click on the arrow next to YOUR Name that is in the upper right corner of the home page. Click on Profile. When your Profile shows, one of the items is Website/Photo Albums. Take it from there - it's easy.
The view from Echo Ridge ski trail.