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Newsletter of the Knoxville Ski & Outing Club,
Member of Crescent Ski Council
November 2008
KSOC Holiday Party 2008
By Emily Bevis
When:
Where:
Price:
Saturday, November 22, 2008, 7:00 pm
Sunsphere – catered by Southern Graces
$50 per ticket , No refunds, No door sales
Ticket sales will end on November 14th, 2008
at the La Rumba happy hour.
This year’s holiday party is going to be held at the Sunsphere in downtown Knoxville on Saturday November 22, 2008. We plan to make this year count, so invite your friends and family to come along as well.
There will be no door sales for this event so if you plan to come you must purchase your ticket(s) in advance.
Holiday Party update: We have been doing very well selling tickets for this year’s event, but still have tickets available for you and your friends/family, so don’t miss out! The more tickets we sell, the more fun we can have!! Don’t
delay, send in your money for tickets right away, or buy them at the next happy hour! The event will be a heavy hors
d’oeuvres, cocktail style party, with a cash bar (Beer $3, wine $5 and cocktails $5), and definitely dancing. Mingling
is the name of the game this year, so let’s have fun!
There is a new bar that opened on the 5th floor of the Sunsphere called the “Sky Box”. It is open to the public for
drinks and appetizers so feel free to meet your KSOC friends up there prior to the party if you wish.
If you would like to send in your money by mail, please send checks to:
Emily Bevis, 1112 Burning Trail, Knoxville, TN 37909
For more information on the party and ticket sales please send an email to [email protected] or
call 865-247-6820.
Warren Miller Film, Children of Winter
Friday, November 7, 2008
Knoxville Convention Center, Two Showings 7pm and 9pm
Tickets Now on Sale at Rolf Lanz
See Ad Page 4
General Meeting—Get in Shape for Skiing
Wednesday, December 3rd
Calhoun’s on Bearden Hill
By Joyce Mayer
It’s a great time to get the body and mind ready for the upcoming ski season.
Bryan Milsap will once again show us the right way to stretch and exercise to get the “bod” ready to go out and attack
the slopes and also to help prevent muscle pulls and injuries. This will even help our non-skiers tone up!
Come and enjoy the fine foods and beverages at Calhoun’s on Bearden Hill. Social time around 6:00 PM, program
and meeting at 7:00.
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Happy Hours
By Emily Bevis
Because the KSOC Holiday Party is a big social event in November we will only be having one scheduled
happy hour on November 14th, which will also be your very last chance to purchase your tickets to the Holiday
party at the Sunsphere on November 22nd.
Where:
When:
Address:
Phone:
La Rumba
November 14th, 2008 Friday
4900 Chambliss Avenue
(865) 602-7871
Tickets and Tamales!
La Rumba is a great new restaurant and bar with a Honduran flair. The food is great and the restaurant is very spacious to accommodate our large group of happy hour goers. They have a “dance party” from 10pm until 3am every
Friday night for those interested in stepping it up a bit. This will be your last chance to buy your Holiday Party tickets,
so don’t miss out! La Rumba is located on Chambliss Avenue which is off of Kingston Pike near Toddy’s.
Kids Activities
By Carrie Mayer
Where:
When:
Beef o Brady's (Turkey Creek)
Tuesday, November 11, 2008, 6:15 pm
Thank you to all the families that came out to the pumpkin patch. We had a great time with the six families who showed
up. This was one of our best attended events this year! This month we will be partying it up at Beef o Brady's for free kids dinner on Tuesday nights. Food, video games, and fun. See you on the 11th!
Hiking,
Greenbrier Pinnacle
November 15, 2008
By Tom Cressler
Join us on a hike in the Smoky Mountains. We will park at the Ramsey Cascade trail
head and hike 1.5 miles to the Greenbrier Pinnacle trail head gaining about 500 feet.
The Greenbrier Pinnacle trail is 3.5 miles long and it gains about 2000 feet. At the top
we will find an old fire tower site and a very fine view. The total hiking distance is about
10 miles. The hike difficulty is rated as moderate.
We will meet in the Bearden Central Baptist Church parking lot for car-pooling and
leave at 8:30 am stopping at the Cracker Barrel at Strawberry Plains
Pike about 9:00 am for those who would prefer to meet there. We
recommend shoes to wear to and from the hike plus sturdy hiking
shoes, other weather appropriate clothing, a snack, a drink and a
camera. After the hike plan on stopping on the way back for a meal
and refreshments. For specific information about the hike please call
Bill at 609-9058 or Tom at 974-4955 or leave a message at 588-5622
or send an email to [email protected] or [email protected]
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Telemark & Backcountry Skiing
November 19, 7-9 pm Barleys
By Ben Kadas & Rob Mayer
Telemark and Backcountry Skiing Gear and Video Night, Wednesday, November 19, 7-9pm at Barleys (upstairs in the back
room).
Join us for pizza, beverages, gear, and awesome video footage as we show off the art and sport that is Telemark skiing. We
will have a variety of Telemark and alpine touring ski gear, as well as tools for getting around in the backcountry and staying
safe in avalanche terrain. We'll have some of the hottest extreme Telemark skiing videos as well as some fun instructional videos, some come check out the free heel craze.
What is Telemark? Telemarking is the "original skiing style", developed by Norwegian Sondre Norheim in the late 1800's. Originally it was used as an alternative to snowshoeing, allowing skiers to glide across the snow as done in cross-country skiing. As
ski gear has developed, the Telemark turn has evolved into a thing of beauty and power. Unlike alpine skiing, Telemark skiers
have a "free heel" which allows them greater flexibility and range of motion during the turn. Recent innovations in Telemark
specific ski gear, tall plastic boots, strong bindings, and wide skis, have allowed Telemarkers to equal their alpine brethren.
KSOC 2008 & 2009 Distant Ski Trips
By Randy Johnson
Thanks to all KSOC members for making the Sign-up Night / Membership Meeting a tremendous success. The turnout was off the chart and everyone enjoyed catching up with some familiar faces that haven’t been around in a while.
Our slate of ski trip destinations have proven very popular. Thanks again to the Distant Trips
Committee for all their hard work. Even though three of our trips are sold out, please don’t let
that stop you from inquiring with the Trip Captain about the trip that you’re interested in.
Names are being collected for waiting lists.
2009 Distant Trips Schedule
Whitefish Resort (Big Mountain), Montana: January 24 – 31
SOLD OUT!! Please call Stan for current information.
Trip Captain Stan Roden, 820 Bennett Place, Knoxville, TN 37909, phone (865) 531-6151,
email [email protected]
Steamboat, Colorado: Jan. 31 – Feb. 7
SOLD OUT!! Please call Kathy for current information.
Trip Captain Kathy Johnson, 3405 Bluff View Drive, Louisville, TN 37777, phone (865)977-0056, email [email protected]
Jackson Hole, Wyoming: Feb. 22 – Mar. 1; cost $1,170.00 double occupancy; pre-sign up deposit $200.00 per person with 26 spaces available. Price includes roundtrip airfare, ground transfers and seven nights lodging at the 49er
Inn & Suites. Send deposits to Trip Captain Bill Bands, P.O. Box 20235, Knoxville, TN 37940, phone (865) 609-9058,
email [email protected]
Aspen, Colorado: Mar. 14 – 21
SOLD OUT!! Please call Kerry for current information.
Trip Captain Kerry Waldbauer, 831 Garrison Ridge Road, Knoxville, TN 37922, phone (865) 671-8845, email [email protected]
Beaver Creek, Colorado: Mar. 28 – Apr. 4; cost $1,420.00 double occupancy; pre-sign up night deposit $200.00
per person with 30 spaces available. Price includes round trip airfare, ground transfers and seven nights lodging at
the Highlands Lodge. Send deposits to Trip Captain Carol Waldbauer, 12004 Taylors Landing, Knoxville, TN 37934,
phone 966-9966, email [email protected]
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Racer Sign Up Night At Rolf Lanz
Ready, Set, Go!
By Todd Cramer, KSOC Race Director
The weather’s finally getting colder and the resorts out West are seeing their first snows of the season. Don’t know
about you, but that’s all it takes to get me in the mood. Just a few weeks now ‘til the first North Carolina resort opens
for the season, so let’s get ready to ski!
One of the benefits of your Knoxville Ski & Outing Club belonging to the Crescent Ski Council is the opportunity for
us to join up with hundreds of skiers from across the Southeast at any of the six race weekends they host throughout
the year. Whether you have Olympic aspirations, like to tear up the terrain park on your board, or just want to beat
your favorite buddy down the hill, Crescent has a race for you.
Crescent’s race program has always been open to skiers, boarders and telemarker’s alike, but has now expanded
their program to include a Terrain Park Competition. All of the races are flighted so that you only race against people
of similar ability to you. So whether you can make it out to all 6 wkds, or just want to come to a couple to get warmed
up for a trip out West, your KSOC Race Team has a spot for you!
Come find out what it’s all about at our annual Race Team Sign-up Night, hosted by our friends at Rolf Lanz Ski &
Outdoors. Buck and the gang at Rolf Lanz have been long-term sponsors of our sport and huge supporters of our
team. They’ll have some snacks, a few drinks and the best deals of the year to get you everything you need to look
stylish and fast as you hit the slopes.
So come join us Tuesday night, November 18th starting at 7pm to get all of the info on this year’s CSC schedule and
to get everything you need to tear up whichever mountain you choose this season. If you can’t make it and would
like more info, please don’t hesitate to get in touch w/ me at [email protected] or 406-6232. Hope
to see you there.
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November Membership News
Powder Paradise in Eden, Utah
Our membership drive for the 2008-2009 is progressing fairly well. Thus far we
have a total membership of 329 of which 55 are new members. New members
have come from a variety of sources including friends invited by current KSOC
members as well as those that found us through our web site. Remember your
involvement in the club helps secure on going programs such as racing, socials, travels, and other sport activities. We need you and your promotion of the
Knoxville Ski and Outing Club.
Ski trip participants must be dues paying members. Please send a membership
form and check promptly to insure your distant trip reservation is in good standing per KSOC By-laws. The membership form is available in the Fall - Line
newsletter or from the website www.knoxvilleskiclub.org.
If you are not receiving email announcements for activities or the newsletter,
email [email protected] . We want you informed and look forward to seeing you and your families at our events.
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Big South Fork
Hiking
JACKSON HOLE
February 22 - March 1
By Bill Bands
In Jackson Hole, the Old West still lives in one of the most charming towns you’re likely to find anywhere. From the
“local color” of the Town Square’s elk antler arches and the nightly Jackson Hole Shootout, to the unique shops and
restaurants along the boardwalks, Jackson truly has something for everyone. The wonders of Yellowstone, just a
short drive up the road, are sure to open the eyes of even the most experienced traveler. Someone said that Jackson
is somewhere between a five star ski resort and Custer’s last stand!
We’ll be staying at the 49’er Inn, which is located in downtown Jackson Hole. We stayed there in 2006 and every one
enjoyed it. The Suites are quite large and all come with microwave, coffee maker and small refrigerator. There is also
a “fireplace suite” option with an even larger room, upgraded interior and a gas fireplace.
(www.townsquareinns.com/49er-inn) Included in the package is an expanded Continental breakfast in the hotel restaurant, (waffles, boiled eggs, hot and cold cereal etc.) I personally like this setup because I get to see almost everyone early, and we can plan that days and nights activity. We will have an awards dinner some time during the week,
the owner of the Inn, an avid hunter, will be our host, he and the staff prepare an Elk BBQ for our group. The Inn is
located about 20 minutes from the slopes. Busses pick us up at the Inn’s front door and whisk us up the mountain.
Storage is available on the mountain for those who don’t want to carry their skis and boots back and forth.
Our airline connections are with United thru Denver, leaving Knoxville 3:46pm arriving Jackson Hole 7:32pm on Sunday, we arrive back in Knoxville 3:12 Sunday week, keep in mind this is a Sunday to Sunday trip. Discount lift tickets
will be available, also we are planning to ski Grand Targhee, one, or possibly two days, weather permitting. The price
for all this fun is only $1170.00 per person double occupancy; add $40 per person for the fireplace option. I think this
trip will sell out quickly, so send your deposit of $200 pp, made out to KSC, mail it to Bill Bands, PO Box 20235, Knoxville 37940 [email protected] 609-9058
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BEAVER CREEK, COLORADO
March 28 – April 4
By Carol Waldbauer
This trip is being billed as our luxury trip of the winter, so for those who have requested a more posh ski trip with skiin, ski-out convenience, this is the one for you. Where else do you get handed free freshly baked chocolate chip
cookies at the end of the day as you leave the slopes!!
Beaver Creek was built with the influences of renowned resorts in Europe such as St. Moritz, Cortina, and Spain’s Val
d’Aran. This led to the creation of a unique mountain resort full of excitement and village luxury. The towns of Avon
and Edwards are located minutes from Beaver Creek and offer a variety of entertainment, shopping and restaurants.
There is a free shuttle to these towns from Beaver Creek Village.
The package price for this trip is $1,420.00. Our luxury accommodations are the Highlands Lodge right next to the
Highlands lift, which provides us “Ski-in, Ski-out” comfort and we’re only a short walk to the Village restaurants and
shops. We will be staying in 3-bedroom, 3-bath townhomes, with private balconies, wood burning fireplaces, full service concierge, bell service, hot tubs, ski storage, washers & dryers, and the privilege of using the Allegria Spa health
club. Included in the package, of course, is airfare on Delta, flying into Eagle Airport, arriving 10:15 a.m. with only
one change. Then it will be just a short bus ride to our condos. Also included is baggage handling at the lodge.
Some of the mountain stats are 1,805 total skiable acres, 4,000 ft. vertical, 11,400 ft. elevation, 148 trails, 17 lifts (2
gondolas, 10 high speed quads, 2 triple chairs, 3 double chairs), 3 terrain parks, and their longest run is 2-3/4 miles.
Also there are 2 bowls. Grooming is their passion here, where it is done 20 hrs. per day, 7 days a week. The result
is 775 groomed acres for your skiing pleasure. One unique fact about Beaver Creek is that it is 100% powered by the
wind, and they recycle over a million pounds of material every year. Even the trail maps are printed on recycled paper!
It is known that Colorado ski areas usually get the most snow in March. Remember last season when our Vail trip had
3 ft. of snow during the week. So don’t miss out, send in your deposit + first payment of $500 for this wonderful location to Carol Waldbauer, 12004 Taylors Landing, Knoxville, TN 37934, phone 966-9966, email [email protected]
KSOC needs your help!
Are you good at, or want to learn how to put together a Newsletter.
The KSOC newsletter is one of the most important items your
dues pay for. The newsletter is one of the primary sources of
information for the club. Jim Smith has been putting together
our newsletter for over 10 years and has decided to retire from
this job. We highly appreciate his service to the club! He has
decided that he will continue until his tenure is over in May 2009.
However, we desperately need to find a club member that would
like to fill his position. This job will take some training to learn
how Jim puts it all together. If you are interested, please contact
Jim or myself. Our phone numbers can be found on the back
page of the newsletter.
Rob Mayer, Internal Vice President
WELCOME NEW MEMBERS
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John Bruington & Jeannie Sidwell
Rick Craze
WELCOME BACK – FORMER MEMBERS
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OKTOBERFEST TRIP
MEMORIES
Gute Morgen! Early morning, Sept. 27th, after a couple of last minute cancellations,
twenty eight fun loving members left Knoxville on a new adventure trip to Helen, Georgia, to experience a beer drinking festival
similar to the real thing in Munich. The party
got started early on the bus with juice, doughnuts and lots of Bloody Marys! By the time
we arrived in Helen about 4-1/2 hrs. later everyone was in the party spirit! The town definitely had a Bavarian atmosphere with
the type of architecture. Departing the bus, various groups scattered in the town looking for the nearest “beer stube” or lunch
restaurant. Everywhere, pitchers of beer were flowing. Don’t know who won the most beer-drinking contest in our group, but
two guys I know well, did a pretty good job of it that day!! One guy I know very well, was the hit of the town with his tall beer
mug hat and Oktoberfest shirt from Munich. Everyone wanted to buy a hat like that! After a lunch of wurst, sauerkraut, potato
salad, or red cabbage, most people went on a shopping tour of the many touristy souvenir shops. Some also checked out the
many outdoor beer gardens. A large group found a sports bar where they watched UT lose to Auburn and, of course, drank
more beer! The main “Oktoberfestivities” were held at the large Festhalle where most people ended up for more German food,
polka dancing and beer drinking that evening. One particular guy, namely Jerry, who had to be talked into going there, ended
up being a real party animal dancing just about every dance, not leaving out any gal at the big table! Prost Jerry! There was a
good polka band and the comedy female duo of “Lorelei & Schatzi” to entertain us. About 9 p.m., everyone wandered back to
the bus to drive to our hotel for the night.
On Sunday, after a late buffet breakfast at the hotel, we boarded our bus and drove about an hour to our first beautiful winery.
The Wolf Mountain Winery, in the hills of northern Georgia, with a great mountain view. We were blessed with a warm sunny
day. It was a first class winery where wedding receptions and fancy Sunday brunches are held. The tasting was excellent and
several bought their favorite kind. After a two-hour visit, we were off to our next winery a short distance away. This was the Frogtown Winery, another beautiful estate
with a mountain view from their large deck on which a group photo was taken. Here
we sat at large round linen clothed tables for our private tasting of 10 various wines.
Both of these wineries were quite impressive and produced some great red and white
wines. A third winery was on the schedule, but after four hours of touring, and tasting
many wines already, the group consensus was to head back to K-town. It was a fun
trip and everyone seemed to enjoy it all. An added bonus was our super friendly
Mayes bus driver, another Jim Smith, who knew a lot about this part of northern
Georgia.
Sugar Mountain Resort Hosts
The Sixth Annual Sugarfest
Sugar Mountain, NC
SugarFest kick starts the winter season with a weekend of pure winter fun! Sponsored by the Village of Sugar Mountain Tourism
Development Authority (TDA) and hosted by Sugar Mountain Resort, SugarFest will be held December 13th and 14th, 2008.
The two-day festival is packed with a long list of winter activities and coincides with Sugar’s 18th Annual Adult Preseason Ski Clinic
where 1994 Olympic Gold & 1992 Olympic Silver medalist Diann Roffe and two-time (1992 & 1994) Olympian, Krista Schmidinger will both be
special guest coaches.
Both Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 am until 3:30 pm 2009 ski & snowboard equipment from Salomon, Volkl, Nordica, Burton,
Head, Never Summer, K2, Atomic, Dynastar, Rossignol, Ride, Line, and Nidecker will be available for demo. Sugar’s ice skating rink, located
next to the Dave Nixon Pro Shop adjacent to parking lot D will be open and with Mother Nature’s cooperation tubing will be open as well.
“Ready get set go!” is what you’ll hear if you enter the snowball eating contest at 3:00 pm on Saturday. You’ll have two minutes to
eat as many tasty snowball look-a-likes as your stomach can stomach! Be sure to bring the whole family to watch a thunderous and spectacular fireworks display at the base of Sugar Mountain Resort, Saturday evening at 5:45 pm. After a long, hard day of skiing and snowboarding there’s nothing better than good food, warm drinks, and live music by Boss Hawg from 4:00 pm until 7:00 pm.
Don’t miss the Edge of the World/Burton Rail Jam Expression Session at 12 noon on Sunday as talented snowboarders pull off some
of most spectacular tricks. Later in the day marvel as blocks of ice become beautiful winter works of art.
And while you’re here why not stay for a night or two! Special lodging rates for the weekend are offered by Sugar Ski & Country Club, Sugar
Mountain Resort Accommodations & Realty, Resort Real Estate & Rentals, and Sugar Mountain Lodging. SugarFest is a great time to enjoy
winter! For more information please contact Sugar Mountain Resort at 800-SUGAR MT. For a complete list of events and times please log
onto www.seesugar.com/tourism/sugarfest/.
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2008/2009 CSC/Subaru Race & Terrain Park Competition Schedule
KSOC Race DirectorTodd Cramer
406-6232
[email protected]
December 6-13
December call
December 7
December 12-14
January 6 – 22
January 25,
2008
2008
2008
2008
2009
2009
Steamboat Race Camp Call Sports Am.Tours 800 876 8551
Killington Race Camp Call P.J. @ 800 432 0100
CSC Development Training at Appalachian 8:45
Sugar Mt. Race Camp Call Kim Jöchl 828 898 4521 x224
Timberline, WV Call John Lutz 304 866 4801 Multi. Session
CSC Development Training at Appalachian - pre register
Race Format - Two runs of Slalom on Saturdays and two runs of Giant Slalom on Sundays
December 20 & 21, 2008
January 9,10, & 11,2009
January
17-24, 2009
January 31 Feb. 1, 2009
February
2, 2009
February
7 & 8, 2009
February 21 & 22, 2009
March
1, 2009
March 6, 7, & 8, 2009
March
2 –3, 2009
March,
26 – 29, 2009
Appalachian, NC Race
9th Gate Training at App.
10th SL at
Sugar Mt.
11th GS at Sugar Mt.
Crescent Ski Council Ski Week
Sugar Mt., NC Race
Cupp Run Challenge at Snowshoe, WV
Appalachian, NC Race
Beech Mt., NC
Dick Trundy/Sugar Cup GS Sugar Mt.
Crescent Cup, SilverCreek, WV
Governor’s Cup Race at Timberline, WV
NASTAR Finals
9:30 Park Comp.
2-4 & 6:30-8:30
9:00
9:00
9:00 Park Comp.
9:00 Park Comp.
9:30 Park Comp.
9:00
9:30 Park Comp.
Rich Mead
Subaru is a proud sponsor of the Crescent Ski Council (CSC) Racing program.
Part of their sponsorship package this year includes the VIP Discount program for
all CSC members. Qualifying members of a CSC club can purchase a new Subaru at 2% below dealer cost minus any incentives, which are currently being
offered. To qualify, you must have been a member of Knoxville Ski & Outing Club
(or other CSC Club) for at least six (6) months. If you are interested, please notify
Terry Loges at --- [email protected] of your intent to participate. Subaru will
mail the VIP information to you, which will include information about local dealers
participating in the VIP program. Once you have received the information, you can
go to a local dealer, pick out the Subaru that you want, the dealer will pull the invoice and let the purchaser know if there are any current incentives. Please take advantage of this wonderful benefit that
Crescent Racing has secured for all CSC clubs.
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Membership Application
Membership Period – August 1 – July 31
New / Renewal (circle one)
Please Circle One
Family w/ kids
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Single parent
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Associate/Student
Referred by: ____________________________________
Membership Dues
$55.00
$50.00
$45.00
$40.00
$30.00
Age Range (Circle one)
Under 21
21-29
30-39
40-49
50-59
60+
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RELEASE: In consideration of the mutual benefits derived from membership in The Knoxville Ski & Outing Club, Inc.
(KSOC Inc) and acknowledging the hazards inherent in the sport of snow skiing, the undersigned does hereby assume all risks and absolves, releases, and waives any and all liability, claims, or demands against the KSOC Inc. its
officers, directors, and every member thereof which may arise out of, or be related to any injury or pecuniary loss by
reason of said membership. The undersigned does hereby abide by the rules/by-laws of The KSOC, Inc.
Witness my/our hand(s) this ______________ day of ___________________, 200___ after carefully reading the
foregoing statement, signing the same as my/our on free act.
______________________________________________________________________
Applicant’s Signature
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Spouse’s Signature
The KSOC Inc is a non-profit organization founded in 1964 for the purpose of promoting snow skiing. The membership has averaged over 400 each year and has been evenly divided between single men, women, and families; children under 21 are included in a family membership. Associate memberships are limited to those outside a 100 mile
radius of Knoxville, Tennessee.
Mail check to: Knoxville Ski & Outing Club, PO Box 32773, Knoxville, TN 37930-2773,
Attn: Membership
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DISTANT TRIPS
Name:
Reservation Form
Date:
Home Phone:
Address:
City:
Work Phone:
State:
E-mail:
ZIP:
Enter Trip Name and Dates
Print Peoples Names Below
Name
Adult/Child
Room Mate
(as appears on Drivers License / Passport)
A=adult, C=child. All rooms are double-occupancy. If you wish to have a room to yourself, you will have to pay a single supplement fee, which varies depending on the trip.
Make all checks payable to: KNOXVILLE SKI & OUTING CLUB TRIP ACCOUNT and mail or give to trip captain.
Requested Roommates:__________________________________________________
All trip participants MUST be KSOC members in good standing for the duration of the trip.
REMEMBER, YOUR CURRENT MEMBERSHIP EXPIRES JULY 31st !
Release: In consideration of the mutual benefits derived from membership in the Knoxville Ski & Outing Club, Inc.
(KSOC) and acknowledging the hazards inherent in the sport of skiing, the undersigned does hereby assume all
risks and absolves, releases, and waives any and all liability, claims or demands against the Knoxville Ski & Outing
Club, Inc., its officers, directors, and every member thereof which may arise out of, or be related to any injury or pecuniary loss by reason of said membership. The undersigned does hereby abide by the rules/by-laws of the KSOC,
Inc.
Cancellation Policy: The Knoxville Ski & Outing Club, Inc. cancellation policy will be specific for each trip, contact
the respective trip captain.
I HAVE READ THE RELEASE AND THE CANCELLATION POLICY OF THE KNOXVILLE SKI & OUTING CLUB,
INC., AND UNDERSTAND AND AGREE TO THESE REQUIREMENTS.
Signature:
Signature:
Signature:
Signature:
*
parent/guardian signature required for child, if child is under 18
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Knoxville Ski & Outing Club
The FALL-LINE Disclaimer
The Fall-Line is the official newsletter of the Knoxville Ski &
Outing Club, Inc., Post Office Box 32773, Knoxville, TN, 379302773. It is published monthly by the Knoxville Ski & Outing Club
(KSOC). The KSOC reserves the right to edit all copy and to
refuse ads that are not acceptable to the Editor. The publication
of any advertisement by The Fall-line is not an endorsement of
the advertiser or of the products or service advertised. The
KSOC is not responsible for any claims made in advertisements.
Advertisers may not, without prior consent, incorporate in a
subsequent advertisement that a product or service has been
advertised in this publication.
Information regarding advertising and closing dates should be
directed to the KSOC, Publications Chairman. All rights reserved.
WWW.KNOXVILLESKICLUB.ORG
External Committees
Chuck Sine
Bill Bands
Kevin Fillers
Randy Johnson
Todd Cramer
Carrie Mayer
539-0199
609-9058
202-7007
977-0056
406-6232
560-9223
Internal Committees
Events & Programs
Joyce Mayer
Membership
Kathy Johnson
Publicity
Buck Sharp
Web Master
Wil Burns
Publications
Jim Smith
Social
Emily Bevis
Crescent Rep.
Terry Loges
789.9074
977-0056
693-3200
405-6921
376-7696
247-6820
475-4243
Non Ski Outing
Ski School
Local Ski Trips
Distant Trips
Racing
Kids Activities
Knoxville Ski & Outing Club
PO Box 32773
Knoxville, TN, 37930-2773
President
Past President
Internal
Vice President
External
Vice President
Secretary
Treasurer
KSOC Officers
Mary Anne Koltowich 376-7696
Len Johnson
573-1148
Rob Mayer
560-9223
Kerry Waldbauer
Cindy Burns
Tim Dameron
671-8845
405-7626
247-6820
First Class
Permit #875
Calendar of Events
WWW.KNOXVILLESKICLUB.ORG
11/7, Fri
Warren Miller Film, 7pm
Knoxville Convention Center
11/11, Tue KHH, Beef o Brady's, 6:15pm,
Turkey Creek
11/14, Fri
HH, La Rumba, Chambliss Ave.
11/15, Sat Hiking, Greenbrier Pinnacle
11/18, Tue Racing Sign Up Night, 7pm,
at Rolf Lanz
11/19, Wed Telemark & Backcountry Skiing
Show, Barleys, 7-9 pm
11/22, Sat Holiday Party, Sun Sphere
12/3, Wed
General Meeting, Calhouns Bearden
Hill, Get In Shape for Skiing
12/6 - 13
CSC Skiing, Steamboat, Colorado
1/24-31
Skiing, Whitefish Mtn, Montana
1/31—2/7
2/22—3/1
Skiing, Steamboat, Colorado
Skiing, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
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