Fundraiser was a success
Mar 08, 2018 | 973 views | 0 0 comments | 56 56 recommendations | email to a friend | print
To the Editor,

Thanks to our local valley merchants, individuals, and the Mount Snow Resort the William Y. Cooper Foundation held another successful fundraising event earlier this year. All of the profit from the event will be awarded to eligible ski and snowboard pros, as well as rescue and childcare personnel for further training. Run by an all-volunteer board of directors the guests at Mount Snow will enjoy an ever-improving product.

Donor include: The Last Chair, Mark Pedersen High Country Snowmobile and Boat Rentals,Jay Morelli, Mount Snow Footbeds, Jacob and Liz Brown, Mountain Styles, World Class Ski and Sport, Matt Conroy, Michelle’s Nail Spa, Sweet Lovin Creations, Marker, Mount Snow’s golf course and private ski and snowboard instruction, Ratu’s, 1846 Tavern, River Valley Market, The Garden Center, West Dover Joe’s, Invasion snowboard shop, Nancy Burnham, Jasper’s, Joy Buehler, Grey Ghost Inn, Coffee Barn, Dave Kuhnert, Dots of Dover, Ann Colman, Beekley Poster Collection, Sue Spengler, Maureen Drummey, Amy Ratiola, Ron Lenker, Karen Lerner, David Longname, Denise Deutsch, Hannah Small, La Toscanella, Anchor Restaurant, Scalia’s, Doug Reddy, Rich Werner, Liz Fryer, Valley View Saloon, Snow Mountain Market, The Roadhouse, First Traxx, Jean Jenard, Kata, Snow Camp Moms, and Mike Martini.

If any names have been omitted, we apologize; Without this wonderful support the foundation could not meet our mission. Thank you all!

Barbara Hyde

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