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Practice Updates

3/3/20 8:30am

Wed March 4: Full club practice (except not USA). Skate

  • Special waxing demo during practice: “How to prepare your skis for summer storage” by Chris Li. With a title like that, how can you miss it?

Thurs. March 5: Scandinavia practice and EMBK/CSU Ski-up night. Skate.

  • Ski-up night is our annual event with CSU to provide more information to skiers considering CSU and their parents. This is for skiers eligible for CSU next year, that is, 14 years old by 12/31/2020. It is open to all age-eligible EMBK skiers and parents, no commitments – just an opportunity to learn more. Schedule:
    • 6:30 (prompt) EMBK skiers meet on snow and join CSU for the remainder of their practice
    • 6:35 Parents meet for short presentation by CSU coach(es) and Q&A. In addition to CSU coaches there will be parents who have had skiers transition from EMBK to CSU present to answer questions.
    • 7:10: skiers come inside for pizza (parents get pizza too)
    • 7:30 any remaining pizza gets eaten by EMBK skiers <13 years old
  • Skiers ages <13 in Scandinavia will have regular country practice.

Sat. March 7, 8:30-10:00 am.  Games day!

End of season banquet

• when: Sunday, MARCH 25, 5pm-7pm
• what: Dinner and Celebration with Graduation (8th graders) starts at 5pm
• where: Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School, cafeteria

Food
• We will provide pizza and drinks.
• If your last name begins with A through J, please bring dessert for about 6-8 people
• If your last name begins with K through Z, please either a side dish or a salad for about 6-8 people.
• Gluten sensitivity or allergy? Please notify us at EMBKskiclub@gmail.com if anyone in your family as a gluten sensitivity or allergy. We will order gluten free pizzas if there is a need. Please let us know no later than March 21st.
• Contributions will be accepted at the door—$5 per person or $20 per family.

Great Job at the Festival!

I am really proud of the great job that EMBK skiers did at the Bill Koch Festival. You were good sports, skied hard, and had fun with our guest skiers from around New England. You showed them what a great time we have skiing with our friends at LJM!

Our many parent and non-parent volunteers also deserve a special thanks for taking on the important jobs that made the Festival a big success. We received a lot of compliments for ensuring that out guests had a great time on snow and off, and that success is a result of our terrific volunteer team. And it was really cool to have Rob Bradlee and the CSU juniors running our classic waxing on such a complicated waxing day!

We are especially indebted to Kris Scopinich and Philip Walton, who put in countless hours organizing this event over the last nine months. Thank you Kris and Philip for you enthusiasm, managerial skills, and dedication to this project. You and your team should feel proud of all the happy skiers and parents who had a great weekend of skiing and play in Eastern Mass.

Jim Stock
Head Coach

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