July 2015 Newsletter - Newark Ski Club

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July 2015 Newsletter - Newark Ski Club
Next Meeting
Tuesday, Sept 1st
Harbor Hills C.C.
Ski with the Best
244 Freeman Memorial Dr.
Hebron, OH 43025
6 pm - 10 pm
A Publication of the Newark Ski Club
The Inside Edge
www.newarkskiclub1.homestead.com
Newark Ski Club, Inc.
P.O. Box 4001
Newark OH 43058
JULY HIGHLIGHTS
Trumpet in the Land No Aug. Mtg. From the Activities Desk
Next 3 Happy Hours From the OVSC Pres. Pix from the Summit
Editor Sez. . . . . . . . .
WOW!!!!!
WARNING:
Not only has Spring finally sprung,
Your Board is full of AMAZbut it just kind of skipped on over
ING people who are ALWAYS
thinking of YOU!!! We are giving
into Summer. Can it already be the
second week of July?!? Well, apparyou (& also us) a MONTH off.
ently, time stops for no man despite
There will NOT be a meeting in
my need for at least a week off to
August, so please take a moment
that Tuesday night to quietly
do nothing & another week or two
get myself prepared for summer.
THANK those WONDERFUL
Even though Mother Nature sure
Board Members who have given
seems to be pissed at us here in
you the chance to spend the first
Tuesday of the month doing just
Central Ohio, we have weathered
(pun intended;-) it all and not been
EXACTLY what you want (cuz
washed (another pun!!) away. Even
it’s not like there’s not a plethora
with the crazy weather, it has been
of wonderful NSC events for
you to attend over the next two
great to see how many members
join us for the Happy Hours, the
months, right? ;-}
meetings, and the many other
events on offer. This is just a reminder that the September meeting Inside this Issue
is the Membership Renewal Meet- Newsletter Editor Sez………
WARNING: No August Mtg
ing, so you need to go ahead and
mark yourself as going on whatever Big Sky, MT 2015
From the OVSC PRESIDENT & Pictures from the OVSC Summit
calendar you use; & don’t forget to Membership Birthdays
add a reminder alarm!! We’ll see
Trumpet in the Land Info & From the Activities Desk
The Next Three Happy Hours
y’all in September!
of Events, Payment Coupon & Board Info
Christian Phillips Calendar
July & August Calendars
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BIG SKY, MT 2015
March 19-26, 2016
Well it is official, we are going to Big Sky, Montana next year
for The Newark Ski Club 2016 Western Trip and you are invited.
Big Sky is one of the largest, uncrowded ski mountains with 5,800
acres, 300 named runs, 4,350’ vertical, 30 lifts, and is usually described by acres per skier instead of skiers per acre; there is terrain
for any and all abilities. Big Sky provides daily, on-mountain tours geared
towards intermediate skiers which explain all the amenities of the mountain and area. Is skiing not your thing? There are shops, spas, restaurants,
bars, and night clubs to explore in the village just a few hundred yards
away. The resort also offers ziplines, tubing, dog sledding, climbing walls, and even
a giant swing; plus, horseback riding and sleigh rides are also available.
If you really want to explore, there are trips into Yellowstone via snowmobile or Snow Cat.
The trip will be March 19-26, 2016, flying from Columbus and
arriving in Bozeman, Mt. Then we hop on a chartered bus with the
first stop being a grocery/liquor store to pick up the essentials. An hour
or so later, we will arrive in Big Sky to unload at our home away from home: The Big Horn Condos,
featuring three bedroom/three bath units. These condos offer balconies, fireplaces, large closets, and, & washer/driers. They also have access to the
Huntley Lodge swimming pool, hot tubs, and fitness center (if you didn’t get
enough exercise on the mountain). The condos are pseudo-ski in/ski out using a Poma Lift to get you up to the main lifts. Plus, there will be a Welcome
Wine & Cheese Party and hopefully a group dinner during the week.
Now for the nuts & bolts of the trip:
$1675 per person will include air, lodging,
transfers, lift passes for 5 days (of 6), and a great
time with wonderful friends. The optional
ground package will be $976. These prices are
based on 6 people per unit. For those of you who
don't ski & don't want the lift tickets, deduct
$352 from either price; a single supplement will
be an addition of $465. The deposit for this trip
will be $200 and is due at the Sept. 1st meeting. Full payment will be needed by the Dec.
1st Christmas Party.
The Stats on Big Sky
-5,800 acres, 300+ named runs on four mountains
-Longest run 6 miles: Liberty Bowl to the Mountain
Mall
-Average Winter daytime temperature: 25 degrees
-Average Annual Snowfall: 400+ inches
-Skiable Vertical: 4,350 ft.
-Terrain breakdown:
Beginner — 15% (882 acres)
Intermediate — 24% (1397 acres)
Advanced — 43% (2,475 acres)
Expert — 18% (1,050 acres)
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From the OVSC PRESIDENT:
I just got home from the 2015 OVSC Summit, and wow, what a great time I had! I sure
hope all the attendees had a good time, learned
some new things (and there were a lot), saw
some new and exciting ski and travel destinations, and re-connected with friends we have
come to know along the way.
Cincinnati was our host this year, and the
queen city showed herself off in fine fashion,
from golfing, a Segway tour, and underground
historical brewery tour. The superb Hilton Netherland Hotel in all her art deco fineness was a
marvel to see, and the walking tour revealed
some interesting historical secrets and facts
about some of the famous people that stayed
there (think Winston Churchill, President & Mrs.
Kennedy, Bing Crosby, among others).
A huge round of applause to Tom and Suzy
Berning, the Summit coordinators and their committee for the awesome job they did in pulling
off such an event.
A huge thank-you to Dan Hapner, who along
with the host city, oversees that all goes well the
entire weekend, from getting the best deal we
can from the hotel, to the wonderful food selections at the welcome reception, dinner and
breakfast.
My Board members this past year – they all
did a great job. Kudos, kudos, kudos to them all:
Janet Jones, VP, Aggie Waninger, Secretary,
Hew Wells, Treasurer, Dan Hapner, International / Summer Trip Director, Marty Baldwin North
American Trip Director, and Rick Mygrant, Racing Chair. Without you guys, I would have way
too many hats to wear!
Thanks to each and every one of you, the
OVSC members.
SKI ON!!!
Juli Brace, OVSC President
(Copied from OVSC Newsletter Summer 2015)
OVSC 2016 Calendar of Events
1/17-23 Whitefish, MT
2/27-3/6 Alyeska, AK w/Iditarod race start in
Anchorage
3/11-19 Solden, Austria w/optional trips:
Pre-Trip to London
Post-Trip to the Greek Isles
4/2-10 Holland River Cruise w/meals included
8/8-19 Australia/New Zealand w/optional
Pre-Trip to Ayres Rock
Membership Birthdays
Ginny Proctor
6th
Mollie Kemmerling 23rd
Janie Snider
29th
Thank you for sharing
Your Birth Month with
the most important
Days of the YearLeft Hander’s Days!!!!
(Bet you thought I was
Gonna say the 4th of July,
Right?!? ;-)
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TRUMPET IN THE
LAND
An Outdoor Drama performed at the
Schoenbrunn Amphitheatre
in New Philadelphia
Friday, July 31st @ 8:30p
For those who are interested, there are still
rooms available at the Schoenbrunn Inn and
tickets still available for the performance; unfortunately, the GREAT DEAL may not still be
available. But a call to the Inn at 330-3394334 might still get you the great deal (the
Package deal for this trip will be $120 and will
include: a room for two for Friday night, 2
tickets to the performance, and a delightful
breakfast on Saturday morning) by telling
them you are with the Newark Ski Club party.
Again, this is a non-treasury trip, so you will
be making your own reservations & paying
your own way. To top off this lovely weekend
away, we will be visiting 2 local wineries on
Saturday afternoon as part of our meanderings home. This is gonna be an amazing way
to have some local fun while gaining both historical and wine-ical (is that a real word?)
knowledge that will make
you look really cool at parties. Or at least our ski club
meetings!!!
Charlie Voss
[email protected]
740-503-5246
FROM THE ACTIVITIES DESK:
We are always looking for the next great idea.
So, please tell us about Your Dream Trip or Activity! Another Activities Committee Meeting will
be announced soon; keep an eye out for the time
and date. So many great ideas, activities, & trips
have come out of these meetings; and we need
your help to keep that streak going. Please let
the Activities Director or any of the other Board
Members listed on page 5 know of your ideas so
that we can get onto going someplace where we
all can have some FUN!!!!!! ;-}
The Next 3 Happy Hours
The next two Happy Hours will be held
on Saturday evenings to allow everyone
to have a chance to attend without having any work conflicts, and the August
Happy hour has been moved to earlier in
the month. Mark your calendars!!!!
The July Happy Hour will be at the
Buckeye Lake Yacht Club on Saturday, July 18th beginning around 4 pm; feel free
to come by any time after 4 pm for a good
time. The Cranberry Bog Tour has been
officially cancelled due to all the crap
going on out at Buckeye Lake, but we will
continue with the Happy Hour. If the
weather is nice, we’ll hang on the porch,
if it’s crappy, we’ll hang out inside the
club. As this is an officially-sanctioned
NSC event, you know that no matter what,
you’ll have FUN!!
In August, we are going to stay with
the Buckeye Lake theme & return to Papa
Boo’s on Friday, August 7th, meeting up
around 6pm (so, back to our normal time
frame). This earlier date during the
month is because I will be out of the
country for a sennight during the middle
of the month (Canada, here we Come!) &
I refuse to miss 2 of my own events during
the same summer when I’m still living in
town! So, PLEASE, come out & help us keep
Buckeye Lake alive.
For September, as the weather starts to
change on us, we are going to go try out
the newly renovated Trout Club in Newark. Due to our events earlier in the
month, I have changed the date (again?
Why are you always doing that?!?) to Friday, September 25th at around 6 pm. This
will be a new one for me & probably for
most of you, so lets go see what a couple of
million dollars can do!!
& Remember, get Happy, Hour that is ;~}
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Calendar of Events
Board of Directors
7/18/15 Happy Hour at the Buckeye Lake Yacht
Club
7/31/15 Trumpet in the Land Outing w/Charlie
Voss
The August Membership meeting has been cancelled,
as we have multiple events close to the same date and
also to let y’all have a break.
8/7/15
Happy Hour at Papa Boo’s on Buckeye
Lake
9/1/15
9/1113/15
9/25/15
Membership Meeting at Harbor Hills
Put-N-Bay Elvis Weekend at Saunders
Resort
Happy Hour at Trout Club in Newark
10/6/15 Membership Meeting at Harbor Hills
10/16/15 Happy Hour at Phil’s Seafood in
Zanesville
10/24/15 Halloween Party at the Kenney-McBride
Manor House
11/3/15 Membership Meeting at Harbor Hills
11/20/15 Happy Hour at Allison’s Pub in Newark
12/1/15
Membership Meeting/Christmas Party at
the Newark Mannerchor
President: Mark Weiser
740-452-0606
[email protected]
Vice President: Tom Schmidt
740-404-3409
[email protected]
Secretary: Linda Weiler
740-404-1330
[email protected]
Treasurer: Sharon Stevens
419-883-2475
[email protected]
Activities: Beth Swick
614-316-8483
[email protected]
Membership: Kay Morrison
614975-6276
[email protected]
Directors At Large:
Tom Brubaker
740-403-8813
[email protected]
Roy Berman
740-8478042
[email protected]
Newsletter Editor: Christian Phillips
614-580-6591
[email protected]
NEWARK SKI CLUB PAYMENT COUPON
Your Name(s)
Date
Membership (place X on correct type)
Individual - Individual 21 years of age or older
Family - Married couples 21 years of age or older
Renewal $40.00
New $30.00
Renewal $25.00
New $50.00
Trip/Event
Amount
Trip/Event
Amount
Trip/Event
Amount
Check #
Total Amount Paid
August 2015
July 2015
Sun
Mon
GEMSTONE:
Flowers
RUBY
meaning
contentment
Tues
Larkspur
& Water
Lily
NAT’L.
HOT
DOG
MONTH
Weds
Thurs
Fri
1
Canada
Day
(Can.)
2
Internat’l.
Joke Day
Buck Moon
(full)
3
World
UFO Day
Stay out
of the
Sun Day
7
8
9
10
Work-aholics Day
6
Nat’l.
Fried
Chicken
Day
Ginny
Proctor
Chocolate
Day
Video
Game
Day
Nat’l.
Sugar
Cookie
Day
Teddy
Bear
Picnic
Day
12
13
14
15
16
17
5
Pecan Pie
Day
Fool’s
Paradise
Day
Pandemonium Day
Cow
Appreciation
Day
19
20
21
22
Nat’l. Ice
Cream Day
Nat’l.
Lollipop
Day
Nat’l.
Junk
Food Day
Hammock
Day
23
Nat’l. Hot
Dog Day
Mollie
Kimmerling
26
27
28
29
30
Aunt &
Uncle Day
Take
Your
Pants for
a Walk
Day
Nat’l.
Milk
Chocolate
Day
Nat’l.
Lasagna
Day
Janie
Snider
Fresh
Spinach
Day
Father-in
-Law Day
Sun
4
INDEPENDE
NCE
DAY
2
Internat’l.
Forgiveness
Day
11
World
Population Day
18
HAPPY
HOUR
Yellow
Pig Day
24
Amelia
Earhart
Day
31
TRUMPET IN
THE
LAND
OUTING
Blue Moon
(full)
Ski With the Best
NEWARK SKI CLUB, Inc.
PO Box 4001, Newark, OH, 43058
Sat
25
Culinarians Day
NAT’L.
BLUEBERRY
MONTH
Mon
Tues
3
)
Nat’l.
Watermelon
Day
9
10
Weds
4
US
COAST
GUARD
DAY
11
Thurs
5
6
Work
Like a
Dog Day
Wiggle
Your
Toes Day
12
13
LEFT
HANDER’S
DAY
Sandy
Crowley
MIDDLE
CHILD
DAY
Book
Lover’s
Day
Nat’l.
S’mores
Day
Presidential Joke
Day
16
17
18
Nat’l. Tell
a Joke
Day
Nat’l.
Thriftshop Day
Bad Poetry Day
23
24
25
26
Vesuvius
Day
Kiss &
Make Up
Day
Daryl
Shrider/
Vickie
Miller
27
Global
Forgiveness
Day
Nancy
Channell
NAT’L.
CATFISH
MONTH
NAT’L.
PICNIC
MONTH
FAMILY
FUN
MONTH
NAT’L.
GOLF
MONTH
NAT’L.
PEACH
MONTH
HAPPINESS
MONTH
Ride the
Wind Day
Ray McEl
-fresh
30
Matt
McBride/
Mike
Shrider/
Mona
Fine
31
Nat’l.
Trail Mix
Day
19
Aviation
Day
20
Chinese
Valentine’s
Day/
Daughter’s Day
Fri
Sat
7
Happy
Hour at
Papa Boo’s
on Buckeye Lake
1
Bill Smith
__________
8
Marilyn
Miller
14
V-J DAY
15
V-J DAY
Nat’l.
Creamsicle Day
Relaxation
Day
21
22
Senior
Citizen’s
Day
Jeanne
Murray/
John Singleton
28
29
Race
Your
Mouse
Day
Flowers
Poppies
& Gladiolas
Deb Crall
Sturgeon
Moon (full)
GEMSTONE:
PERIDOT
meaning
Married
Happiness
Place
Stamp
Here

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