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October - Hudson Valley Ski Club
October 2015
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Volume LXXVII, Number 10
Newsletter of The
How Sweet It Is...
The Hudson Valley Ski Club will hold its Third
Annual Cook-Off at its October 21 meeting.
As usual, tea and coffee will be provided.
This year’s theme will be...
Chocolate !!!
Dark chocolate... milk chocolate... white
chocolate... chocolate cake, pudding,
candies, or pies, etc.
The treats of the evening will be
desserts that tickle your tongue and melt
in your mouth.
We will have two top picks, one from the
judges and the other from the members.
Please email Craig Goldstein
([email protected]) if you
plan to participate.
Everyone wins!
Installation Party for New Officers & Board Members
Mark your calendars!
Join your Ski Club friends in celebrating
our new officers and board members.
October 2, 2015, 6 - 9pm
Casperkill Golf Club, Route 9
Poughkeepsie
Price is $20.00 per person.
Menu includes hors d’oeuvres served on
the deck overlooking the lovely
golf course. Dessert and coffee, soft
drinks and water included in price.
Cash bar will be available.
The program will include a slide show with
some of your favorite characters (and possibly you!) and an opportunity to visit with
the folks who are running the show!
The restaurant is located on ground
level in the Clubhouse and has
convenient parking.
Support your Club and join us!
Mail checks made out to HVSC to:
Gwen Cardarelli
10H Squires Gate
Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
Contact Gwen Cardarelli for more info.
845 452-4599
[email protected]
Inside...
Club Events.................2-3
Ski Trips.......................4-5
Fall Activities...............7-8
Membership...............10
Calendar.....................12
Club Events
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Club Information
Club Officers
President: Frank Van Zanten
Vice-President: Jeff Elwyn
Secretary: Rich Partridge
Treasurer: Jim Gahn
Sergeant at Arms: Pat Cummins
Board of Directors
Keith Faucher Pat Marsh Ellen Kelly
Cindi Millsap
Committee Chairs
Budget and Finance: Vacant
Constitution: John Macek
Instruction: Mark Searle
Events: Gwen Cardarelli & Ellen Kelly
Racing Sub-Chair: Tom Pompei
Marketing/Publicity: Craig Goldstein
Media Liaison:
Vacant
Meeting Programs: Vacant
Membership Services: Pete Gray
Sub-Chair: Welcoming, Mentoring,
Retention: Susan Eschbach
Newsletter:
Melanie Michon
Website:
Ski Council/Discount Tix:
TBD
Jim Gahn
Ski Trips: Vacant
Contact information is available in the
Online Membership Directory on the
club website.
www.hudsonvalleyskiclub.org
Or queries may be sent to
[email protected]
Saturday October 17
HVSC and Trailsweepers bring you
another chance to play in the trees
and on the zip lines at Catamount
Aerial Adventure Park.
We will meet at Catamount base
lodge in Hillsdale, NY at 8:30 am
sharp. Please arrive on time, as you
will need to be fitted for a harness
and hear a safety talk before going
on to the course.
Wear comfortable clothes, dress in
layers, and wear sneakers or hiking
boots (no sandals or loafers). If you
have long hair, keep it tied back.
They have gloves, but you may want
to bring your own.
Time in the trees is 9am to 12 noon.
We may stop for lunch afterwards at
Four Brothers Pizza.
Check out Catamount's website:
www.catamounttrees.com to see
some of the photos and videos of the
Adventure Course. To save time, you
can print and fill out the release form
ahead of time.
Price per person is $41
(lunch not included).
Sign up and payment is
due by 10/3.
Mail checks made out to HVSC to:
Gwen Cardarelli
10H Squires Gate
Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
Questions?
Call Gwen @ 845-452-4599
Club Events
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please note it is 13 miles from Hopewell Depot to the Walkway
Over the Hudson. For example, if you are at mile marker 8 in
LaGrange, you are 8 miles from the Hopewell Depot and 5 miles
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2016 HVSC Eastern Ski Trips
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It’s time to think snow for 2016!
This year we have resurrected the New Year's ski trip
that was always so popular. Sugarbush is offering us a
nice holiday package without the holiday premium price.
So get out your party hats!
We have also added an additional mid week, ski in/ski out
adventure at Okemo, which, like our annual Mount Snow
trip, offers great skiing and luxurious accommodations
without the crowds.
Mark your calendars and hand in your vacation requests
at work. Contact your trip leaders to sign up now!
Ring in the New Year! @ Sugarbush
Includes:
Thu Dec 31 - Sun Jan 3
370.00
$
• 3 nights lodging at Sugarbush Inn (PPDO) (Th/F/S)
• 3 day lift ticket ( F/S/Su)
• Daily Breakfast
$200 due with trip registration form, final balance due Nov. 4, 2015.
Trip Leader: John Macek • 36 Hillview Dr, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
845-489-6056 • [email protected]
Ski in/Ski out Midweek @ Okemo
Jan 10 - 14 (Sun-Thu)
Includes:
• 4 nights lodging (PPDO) (S/M/T/W)
@ Jackson Gore Village
• 3 day lift ticket (M/T/W)
445. (adults 19-64)
420.00 (senior 65-69)
$
410.00 (senior 70+)
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00
$
$200 due with trip registration form,
final balance due Nov. 4, 2015.
Trip Leader: John Macek
36 Hillview Dr, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
845-489-6056 • [email protected]
Cancellation/Refund Policy for HVSC Ski Trips
Annual Ski Club Week! @ Mount Snow
Feb 8 - 11 (Mon-Thu)
Includes:
$
360.00
• 3 nights lodging at the
Grand Summit Lodge (M/T/W)
• 4 day lift ticket (M/T/W/Th)
• Daily breakfast
• Welcome Party
• Pizza/Dance Party
• Racing & Tubing
Trip Leader:
Ellen Kelly
24 Farmers Mills Road, Carmel, NY 10512
[email protected] • 845-225-0977
The Trip Committee strongly suggests
participants purchase trip insurance.
The price for trip insurance runs approximately
7% of the trip cost. An option to purchase trip
insurance “for any reason” may be available.
If you are interested in trip insurance please let
the trip leader know at the time of sign up.
• Minimum cancellation penalty is $100 for week long trips and $25 for shorter trips.
• Cancellation requests must be in writing and will take effect the date they are received by the trip leader.
• Penalties vary from trip to trip. Anyone who cancels a trip will be assessed penalties as per our contract with the
vendor. Whatever the club loses, the person who cancels will lose plus the $100 cancellation penalty, however, the
penalty will not exceed the total cost of the trip.
• Refunds will not be issued until after the final accounting of the trip.
2016 HVSC Western Ski Trips
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Breckenridge
Summit County, Colorado
January 23-30 (Sat-Sat)
Includes:
• 7 nights lodging at the Village of Breckenridge.
• 5 day lift ticket. Good at Breckenridge,
A- Basin, or Keystone, and can be used
one day at Vail or Beaver Creek
• Round Trip Air
• Ground Transportation
Trip Leader: Jim Gahn
44 Far Horizons Drive , Newburgh, NY 12550
845 561-6376 • [email protected] com
$1433
$300 deposit, then 5 monthly payments of $200 July - Nov.
Final payment in December depends on options selected:
$97 (Sr 5 day Lift pass); $117 (Sr. 6 day Lift pass); $312
(Epic Local Pass option). Epic only if you were planning
to ski Colorado on other times in the 2015-2016 season.
This is as it stands now. There could be changes at end due to
airline changes although not probable.
Minimum cancellation penalty: $100
Trip insurance is strongly encouraged.
Whistler, British Columbia, Canada
February 20-27 (Sat-Sat)
**PASSPORT REQUIRED!**
Includes:
• 7 nights lodging at the Delta Whistler Village Suites
• 5 day lift ticket
• Round Trip Air
• Ground Transportation
$1,538
$300 deposit
6 monthly payments of $200 July - Dec
Jan 1 $38 plus any adjustments
(senior tickets, 6-day tickets,
airline fuel adjustments, etc.)
Minimum cancellation penalty: $100
Trip insurance is strongly encouraged.
Trip Leader: Jeff Elwyn
26 Country Lane
Lake Katrine, NY 12449
845 481-4590
[email protected]
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Announcing the 2015-16
GOLD PASS
The 2015-16 ISkiNY Gold Pass is a fully transferable pass redeemable for one lift ticket per day at all
Ski Areas of New York (SANY) member ski resorts.**
The pass has the benefits of:
• No blackout dates*
• Is valid all holidays and weekends
• Transferable - loan it to a business associate, friend or relative
• Good All Season!
* Except for private ski clubs who may not accept the pass on weekends and holidays
(such as Holimont).
**List of participating ski areas is as per the 2014-2015 season. The final list of participating ski areas
is subject to change and it is not uncommon for one or two to be added or subtracted each year.
We will have a full list here for 2015-16 in late fall.
There are very few of these highly coveted passes available and when they are sold out they are
sold out for the season. It is first purchase first served!
You will be notified when your purchase is processed and a certificate will be mailed. The Gold Pass
cards will ship in late fall.
Purchase Today!
Contact:
Patrick Dunn
Administrator
Ski Areas of New York, Inc.
PO Box 375, Jamesville NY 13078
315-696-6550
www.iskiny.com
Email: [email protected]
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Fall Activities
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Hiking & Biking in the Hudson Valley
Let’s get ready for ski season with some
fall hiking. Pat Marsh will lead a series
of 4 hikes beginning October 10. The
hikes will be moderate and between 4-6
miles. There are also 7 good hikes with
the Trailsweepers beginning with their
picnic hike on September 27th. The
information is in their newsletter.
www.trailsweepers.org/ts201509.pdf
Saturday October 10 -­ 4 miles
Ferncliff Forest & Poets Walk
Ferncliff has a fire tower that is open
and Poets Walk has some great views.
(Rhinebeck area) Meet at Rt 199 park
and ride at 9 am, or Ferncliff trail head
at 9:30 am
Saturday October 24 - 5.5 miles
Onteora Lake
Moderate hike in pretty wooded area
with 2 small lakes. (Just outside Kingston off of Rt 28) Meet at Kingston Thruway park and ride at 9 am or at Onteora
Lake at 9:30 am
Saturday November 7 - 4.5 miles
Walkway Loop
Across the Walkway Over the Hudson
into Poughkeepsie and across the
Mid Hudson Bridge. Meet at Johnson
Iorio Park on Haviland Rd, Highland,
at 9:30 am
Saturday October 31 - 4.5 miles
Huckleberry Point
Moderate hike with some climbing
and a great view in the Catskills (Near
Saugerties). Meet at Saugerties park
and ride at 9 am or at the trailhead on
Steenburg Rd off of Platte Cove Rd. at
9:30 am (With Trailsweepers)
Bring water, a snack, a hat and gloves.
Wear hiking boots or shoes.
Any questions email Pat Marsh @
[email protected]
or call 914-388-2191
Fall Activities
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Casual Rail Trail
Weekend Bike Rides
Meet at the Morgan Lake/College Hill
Trail parking lot Sunday mornings @ 9am
Who ever comes, rides!
Keith Faucher and Cindi Millsap typically
meet the group. We hope to see you for
beautiful Fall rides!
For more info...
Cindi Millsap
845-594-1778
[email protected]
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Ski Trip Checklist
Equipment
Other
r Boots & Helmet in bootbag
r Driver’s license/passport
r Skis, poles & Ski bag
r Credit Card(s)
r Gloves/Mittens r Airline tickets
r Hand/foot warmers
r Camera & charger
Snow Clothes
r Cash
r Socks
r Ski pants
r Thermal underwear/pants/shirts
r Fleece
r Ski jacket
r Hat/face mask/balaclava
Regular clothes
r Underwear/socks
r Pants
r Turtleneck shirt/sweaters
r Hankies/scarves
r Hat/gloves
r Pajamas/sleepwear
r Dress clothes/shoes
r Swim suit
r Cellphone & charger
r Reading material
r GPS/road maps
r Destination info/addresses
r Hearing aids/batteries/cleaners
r Plastic laundry bag
r Stamps/address labels
r Business cards
r Sunglasses
r Umbrella
r Phone contact list
r AAA/AARP member cards
r Food/snacks
r Pens
r Spare eyeglasses/contact lenses
r Flip flops
r Bathrobe
r Exercise clothes/shoes
Personal Care items
r Toiletries
r Shaving items
r Makeup/cosmetics
Professional Pet Care
Since 2008
Pet Sitting • Dog Walking • Animal Care
r Jewelry
r Deoderant
r First aid/medicines
r Altitude sickness meds
Provide Contact Info to
Stay-At-Homes
(845) 605-2DOG
PetSitting
Sitting • Dog
Care
Pet
Dog Walking
Walking••Animal
Animal
Care
Professional Loving Care
When You’re Not There
[email protected]
www.happytailsanimalcare.com
• In-HomePetVisits
• DogWalking
• OvernightCare
• PetConcierge
r Trip Leader’s name and phone
r Lodging address, phone, email
r Airline, flight numbers and times
Melanie Michon
Owner
Serving Millbrook, Pleasant Valley
and surrounding towns.
Membership
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Hudson Valley Ski Club
Membership Application
(September 2, 2015 – September 7, 2016)
Please print clearly! Application must be received by
December 1st to appear in the Annual Membership Directory.
[ ] Check here if you DO NOT wish to be listed in the Annual Membership Directory.
Name(s):
(1)*______________________________________
*Name (2) becomes the “X” member
(same membership number as (1)
followed by an “X”).
(2) ______________________________________
Street: _______________________________________________________________________________
City:__________________________________ State:________ Zip:_________________-____________
Phone: Home:
_____________________
[ ]
Work (1):_____________________
[ ]
Work (2):_____________________
[ ]
Cell (1): _____________________
[ ]
Cell (2): _____________________
[ ]
Check the membership fee which applies:
Individual Membership
Couple Membership
Check box for
any phone #
you DO NOT
want listed in
the Membership
Directory.
______________
New Member
Renewal on
or Before 9/2
[ ] $40.00
[ ] $50.00
[ ] $70.00
[ ] $60.00
[ ] $70.00
[ ] $50.00
Membership Committee use only:
Check #:
______________
Check Amount: ______________
Cash Amount: ______________
Date:
______________
Membership
Number(s):
______________
Renewal
After 9/2
Make your check payable to:
H.V.S.C.
If you have an e-mail address you would like listed in the Membership Directory, write it here:
(1)[email protected]_________________ (2)[email protected]__________________
I (we) am (are) at least 21 years of age.
Signature (1):_______________________________________________ Date:____________________
Signature (2):_______________________________________________ Date:____________________
Submit this application and payment at the Membership Desk at any meeting or mail to:
Peter Gray IV, 55 Hagan Drive, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603-5016
Please read & sign the Waiver and Code of Conduct on the reverse side of this form.
Membership
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Waiver and Release of Liability
In consideration of being allowed to participate in any way in Hudson Valley Ski Club, Inc. (HVSC) sponsored
activities, related events, or trips, each of the undersigned:
1. Agrees that prior to participating, he/she will inspect any facilities and equipment to be used, and if he/she
believes anything is unsafe, he/she will immediately advise a club officer of such condition(s) and refuse to
participate.
2. Acknowledges and fully understands that each club member will be engaging in activities that involve risk of
serious injury, including permanent disability and death, and causing severe social and economic losses which
might result not only from his/her own actions, but inactions or negligence of others, the club rules, the rules
of play, or the condition of the premises or of any equipment used. Further, that there may be other risks
not known or not reasonably foreseeable at this time.
3. Assumes all risks and accepts all responsibility for the damages following such injury, permanent disability or
death, even if caused, in whole or in part, by the negligence of the “releases” named below.
4. Releases, waives, discharges and covenants not to sue the Hudson Valley Ski Club, Inc., its affiliates, their
respective administrators, directors, agents, officers, and other employees of the organization, other club
members, sponsoring agencies, sponsors, advertisers, and if applicable, owners and leasers of premises used to
conduct club activities, premises or event inspectors, surveyors, underwriters, consultants and other persons or
entities which give recommendations, directions or instructions or engage in risk evaluation or loss control
activities regarding the program or premises, all of which are hereinafter referred to as “Releases”, from
demands, losses or damages on account of injury, including death or damage to property whether caused or
alleged to be caused in whole or in part by the negligence of the releases or otherwise.
Code of Conduct
I understand camaraderie among the members is a crucial component of HVSC’s purpose and enhances the
enjoyment of club activities by everyone. My conduct as a club member impacts the public’s view of our club
and the willingness of organizations to co-sponsor activities with our club. As a result I agree to the following:
a) I will exhibit courtesy, good behavior and show respect for fellow members and other parties while on any
club trip or while involved in any club-sponsored activity; b) I understand that offensive conduct, making threats,
sexual harassment and intimidating behavior is not acceptable and will not be tolerated; c) I will obey all federal,
state and local laws while participating in club functions and the rules and authorities of establishments where
functions are held; and d) I will support and promote safety at all club-sponsored functions.
I understand and accept that violations of this “Code of Conduct” can result in disciplinary action up to and
including termination of membership.
Signatures:
The undersigned have read and agree to the above Waiver and Release of Liability and Code of
Conduct and understand that they have given up substantial rights by signing it and sign it voluntarily.
(1)______________________________________________________________________
Print Name
Signature
Date
(2)______________________________________________________________________
Print Name
Signature
Date
Dates to Remember
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Friday Race Training
Calendar of Events
Every Friday evening, Club members meet at an area
restaurant for a couple hours of friendly conversation.
We welcome new members and old.
If you have any questions, comments or suggestions,
contact Susan Kokosa @ 845-229-6786 or
[email protected]
Oct 2
Installation Party, Casperkill Golf Club, 6pm
3
Fall Trash Cleanup
7
Club meeting, Coppola’s on 9 @ 7:30
17
Catamount Adventure Park
Oct 2
21 Club meeting, Coppola’s on 9 @ 7:30
Installation Party
NO RACE TRAINING
9 La Puerta Azul
Rt 44, Millbrook/Salt Point
16 Shadow’s on the Hudson
176 Rinaldi Blvd, Poughkeepsie
23 Bonefish Grill
2185 South Rd, Rt 9, Poughkeepsie
30Antonella’s
Route 9, Wappingers Falls

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