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WATERSKI NEWS 1998

Updated 2/19/06

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Sept 9,1998 NEW JUMP SITE IN DELAWARE HOLDS FIRST TOURNAMENT

Last Minute 2 Round Jump Tournament.
Here is the chance to check out the newest Jump site in the east. The Diamond State Water Ski Team is sponsoring a 2 round Jump Only Tournament on Sunday, September 27 at the Diamond State Water Ski Team Lake, in Middletown Delaware.

Be sure to read the comments, this is a new site with limited land use, But a beautiful 2 course lake.

  • Date: SUNDAY, September 27
  • Time: 10:00 AM
  • Rounds: 2 Class: C
  • Sponsor: Diamond State Water Ski Team
  • Location: Diamond State Water Ski Team Lake: AKA Silver Lake
    (This is not The Silver Lake in Dover that has held tournaments previously)
    Rt13 South turn right on Rt 82, follow 2 miles to Silver Lake Road, turn left at Silver Lake Road. Lake is 1 mile on the right. Parking lot is on the left, and will be marked.
  • Tournament Director / Send Entries:
    Ed Nichols 302-737-6490
    113 Locust street, Newark, DE 19711
  • Chief Judge: Ed Nichols
  • Chief Driver: Paul Allebach
  • Safety Director: Dan Layte
  • Entry Limit: 20 Skiers
  • Entry Fee: $20
  • Deadline 9-15-98
Comments:
Site has limited land use. Jump Lake is in the rear of the site. Skiers will be shuttled from dock to Jump site where land space is limited to 40 people. Limit your guests to 1 per skier at most. Any more guests will be required to stay behind. No cans or bottles. Strict - No alcohol on site.

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July 10,1998 Eastern Skiers successful at Jr Team Trials

Junior Team Trials were held over the fourth of July in Okahumpka, Fla. Jason Peckham (Boys 3) placed second in slalom by running 1/2 @ -38 36mph. Congratulations are also in order for Brett Patten and Oliver Loeffler who made it onto the 12 member Junior Team.

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June 16, 1998, Lohr and Ableson among winers at World University Tournament
USA on top

Richard Ableson was first in the Trick event and Benny Lohr won Overall at the 1998 Correct Craft World University Trophy Tournament for Collegiate Skiers, held at Lake Pryon in Cleveland, TN. Final results are listed below.
See also the 1998 WUT website

  98A113R         1998 WORLD UNIV TROPHY         DIVISION: WOMEN
       DETAILS OF TEAM SCORES AND PLACES  06-27-1998
TEAM NAME               ID   SLALOM PLC  TRICKS PLC JUMPING PLC OVERALL PLC
CANADA                 CAN     40.0  4T    10.0  5     70.0  4    120.0  5
COLOMBIA               COL     80.0  3     70.0  4     40.0  5    190.0  4
NEW ZEALAND            NZL     40.0  4T   100.0  3     80.0  2T   220.0  3
UNITED STATES BLUE     USB    210.0  2    170.0  2     80.0  2T   460.0  2
UNITED STATES RED      USR    320.0  1    260.0  1    180.0  1    760.0  1
       98A113R          1998 WORLD UNIV TROPHY          DIVISION: MEN
       DETAILS OF TEAM SCORES AND PLACES  AS OF  13:37:49  06-27-1998
TEAM NAME               ID   SLALOM PLC  TRICKS PLC JUMPING PLC OVERALL PLC
COLOMBIA               COL     80.0  4    200.0  2    180.0  3    460.0  3
GREAT BRITAIN          GBR     90.0  3     70.0  4      0.0  5    160.0  4
NEW ZEALAND            NZL     75.0  5     50.0  5     30.0  4    155.0  5
UNITED STATES BLUE     USB    255.0  2    130.0  3    220.0  1    605.0  2
UNITED STATES RED      USR    340.0  1    360.0  1    210.0  2    910.0  1
       98A113R          1998 WORLD UNIV TROPHY         COMBINED TEAMS
       DETAILS OF TEAM SCORES AND PLACES  AS OF  13:37:49  06-27-1998
TEAM NAME               ID    SLALOM PLC  TRICKS PLC JUMPING PLC OVERALL PLC
CANADA                 CAN       40   6       0          70   4     110   6
COLOMBIA               COL      160   3     200   2      40   5     400   3
GREAT BRITAIN          GBR       90   5      70   4       0         160   5
NEW ZEALAND            NZL      115   4      50   5      80   2T    245   4
UNITED STATES BLUE     USB      465   2     130   3      80   2T    675   2
UNITED STATES RED      USR      660   1     360   1     180   1   1,200   1
       98A113R         1998 WORLD UNIV TROPHY         DIVISION: WOMEN
       SUMMARY OF AWARDS AND PLACEMENTS   AS OF  13:37:49  06-27-1998
                     **** FINAL OFFICIAL RESULTS ****
SLALOM WINNERS ----------------------------           SCORING DETAILS:
PLC COMPETITOR NAME      DIV TM AGE HOMETOWN         LAST SP LINE TOTAL OVRL
 1  BARTON, RHONI            USR 16 CANYON LAKE, CA  1.50 55 1125 55.50  120
 2  BUNTJER, COURTNEY        USR 14 SANTA ROSA, CA   3.00 55 1200 51.00  110
 3  ROBINETTE, SANDY         USB 06 TEXARKANA, TX    2.50 55 1200 50.50  100
TRICKS WINNERS ----------------------------           SCORING DETAILS:
PLC COMPETITOR NAME      DIV TM AGE HOMETOWN          P#1  P#2 TOTAL OVRL
 1  BARTON, RHONI            USR 16 CANYON LAKE, CA  3250 3640  6890  110
 2  CURRIE, LEANDER          NZL 29 AUCKLAND, NZ     1640 2510  4150  100
 3  FITTS, DANA              USR 15 SHREVEPORT, LA   2250 1550  3800   90
JUMPING WINNERS ----------------------------          SCORING DETAILS:
PLC COMPETITOR NAME      DIV TM AGE HOMETOWN         H SP  B/U  FT MTRS OVRL
 1  BARTON, RHONI            USR 16 CANYON LAKE, CA  5 51 41.1 139 42.4   90
 2  CURRIE, LEANDER          NZL 29 AUCKLAND, NZ     5 51 36.6 124 37.8   80
 3  HARROP, DALLAS           CAN 22 ONOWAY/ALB       5 51 35.6 121 37.0   70
OVERALL WINNERS ----------------------------          SCORING DETAILS:
PLC COMPETITOR NAME      DIV TM AGE HOMETOWN          SLM  TRK  JMP  TOTAL
 1  BARTON, RHONI            USR 16 CANYON LAKE, CA   120  110   90  320.0
 2  FITTS, DANA              USR 15 SHREVEPORT, LA     90   90   60  240.0
 3  CURRIE, LEANDER          NZL 29 AUCKLAND, NZ       40  100   80  220.0
       98A113R          1998 WORLD UNIV TROPHY          DIVISION: MEN
       SUMMARY OF AWARDS AND PLACEMENTS   AS OF  13:37:49  06-27-1998
                     **** FINAL OFFICIAL RESULTS ****
SLALOM WINNERS ----------------------------           SCORING DETAILS:
PLC COMPETITOR NAME      DIV TM AGE HOMETOWN         LAST SP LINE TOTAL OVRL
 1  SULLIVAN, CHRIS          USR 09 OVIEDO, FL       6.00 58 1125 60.00  130
 2  STISHER, SETH                36 ARAB, AL         2.00 58 1125 56.00    0
 3  BUCHER, BRANDON          USB 18 SYRACUSE, IN     1.50 58 1125 55.50  120
TRICKS WINNERS ----------------------------           SCORING DETAILS:
PLC COMPETITOR NAME      DIV TM AGE HOMETOWN          P#1  P#2 TOTAL OVRL
 1  ABLESON, RICHARD         USR 07 ANDOVER, MA      4230 3620  7850  130
 2  FITTS, RYAN              USR 10 SHREVEPORT, LA   2570 4980  7550  120
 3  LOHR, BENNY              USR 11 SPARTA, VA       1950 3150  5100  110
JUMPING WINNERS ----------------------------          SCORING DETAILS:
PLC COMPETITOR NAME      DIV TM AGE HOMETOWN         H SP  B/U  FT MTRS OVRL
 1  SIEGERT, SIMON           COL 28 MEDELLIN, CO     H 57 52.5 177 53.8  110
 2  LOHR, BENNY              USR 11 SPARTA, VA       H 57 51.7 173 52.7  100
 3  PHILLIPS, TODD           USB 21 TEMPE, AZ        H 57 46.5 170 51.7   90
OVERALL WINNERS ----------------------------          SCORING DETAILS:
PLC COMPETITOR NAME      DIV TM AGE HOMETOWN          SLM  TRK  JMP  TOTAL
 1  LOHR, BENNY              USR 11 SPARTA, VA        100  110  100  310.0
 2  FITTS, RYAN              USR 10 SHREVEPORT, LA    110  120   70  300.0
 3  SIEGERT, SIMON           COL 28 MEDELLIN, CO       50   20  110  180.0
 ***************** SCORED WITH WSTIMS REL 3.20 (JUN 1998) ****************

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June 16, 1998, EVP Recognizes Volunteers

When I first got involved in water skiing, the job of EVP looked pretty simple and one person could make it happen. Not so in 1998, and the Eastern Region is especially fortunate to have lots of volunteers to help make our ski year a success. I would like to focus on several skiers that helped make my life bearable as EVP. Without Jim Meis, Ralph Hall, Debbie Wagner, and Debbie Lamb, I would have thrown in the towel and given the gavel back to our "Has Been" EVP Roger Hammel.

Jim Meis - Jim is the organizer of all organizers, he makes things happen, and he records it all on AWSAEAST. He has not yet discovered the word "no" when it comes to volunteering for Eastern Region work. He has developed and maintained a world class web site for our region and has been very involved in the decision making process for the region. Seldom do you find someone like Jim who has the technical know how, the management and administrative skills, and the knowledge of skiing to make it happen. And heís a pretty good skier when heís not hitting slalom buoys.

Ralph Hall - Ralph didnít know how to say no to my request to organize the scheduling of the 75 tournaments held this season. Ralph assisted clubs in establishing dates that would not conflict with neighboring clubs, and made sure officials were qualified to maintain our quality. As if that were not enough he stepped to the plate to accept the position of chief Boat Driver for the Regionals, all in a year when Perfect Pass is changing the way we do business. His clinic emphasizing how to drive and judge with Perfect Pass was a big success, and helped to bring us up to date on this fast moving aspect of the sport. And Ralph is also a threat on the slalom course, especially with his new ski and coaching from offspring Amy and Eric.

Debbie Wagner - What do I know about getting a guidebook organized and off to headquarters? A lot! I know that you need a good skier like Debbie Wagner that will take the guidebook and make it happen, from ads, to layout, to data, to details. Debbie has improved our guidebook, in spite of printer problems this year not associated with any regional personnel. Please think about Debbieís sacrifices every time you pick up the guidebook. Since she finished her work on the book early in the skiing season she has been in serious training on the slalom course, both behind the boat and in the drivers seat.

Debbie Lamb - Debbie claims to be a rookie when it comes to being the chairperson of the Junior Development Committee, but she is strong on knowledge and enthusiasm, and our Junior Development program shows it. Debbie lives in the northern part of the region and skis in Virginia, so she is able to solicit volunteers from all over the region. Her interest and enthusiasm has cost me many hours of computer time, but what better way to spend time than working on junior development opportunities. Watch for even better results from our up and coming young skiers. And also watch for Debbie on the slalom course, she has Jennifer and Tracy as coaches.

Please join me in saying a special thank you to these special volunteers of the Eastern Region.

Steve Lohr, EVP

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May 28, 1998, EVP's Eastern Region News

Regionals Update
Timberlake is ready, so come on down to the South and enjoy a fun-filled weekend of skiing and great fellowship. The Junior Development Event on Thursday night will again be sponsored by MasterCraft, and the site will be especially fun for both the Juniors, parents, and everybody else, complete with rope swings, cable rides, paddle boats, scenic paths, and elegant gardens. Be sure to sign up for this free evening of fun with your skiing friends.

On Friday night another free dinner will be served by the Sparta Ruritan Club. Come to the center of town in "downtown" Sparta for good barbecue and the Regional Meeting. The local community will be going out of their way to extend some good Sparta hospitality to all the Eastern Region guests. Again, please be sure to sign up when you get to the site so we know youíre coming.

Donít forget to share any last minute thoughts on Perfect Pass with Ralph Hall, our Chief Driver. He organized an informative and interesting clinic for judges and drivers so officials will be prepared to give each of us the best pull possible.

Time to make nominations for officers
Nominating Committee Bob Morris, Sara Allebach, and David Robins are anxiously awaiting input from you regarding nominations for officers for next year. Please share your thoughts with them before they issue their report to the membership at the summer meeting, so you can make a difference in selecting our leadership for 1999.

2000 Regionals
Bids are welcomed from any club that is Y2K compliant for our first Regionals of the new Millennium. Please let us know if you will be submitting a bid for the 2000 Regionals.

Women of Water Sports Tour Stop at Twin Lakes
The East will have two professional waterski events this year. In addition to the well known Manchester Savings Bank Pro Tour Stop in Hartford, this year Twin Lakes will host the Women of Water Sports Tour Stop and the World Cup on August 29. Please support the Twin Lakes Club and come watch this professional water skiing activity.

Its been a great ski year so far, and I look forward to seeing and skiing with each of you at the Regionals. Remember to practice hard, and get a friend involved. And as mentioned last month, thanks to all who have contributed so much to making this a fun and productive year.

Steve Lohr.

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May 20, 1998, WATERSKIING GETS MAJOR OLYMPICS CHALLENGE

The hopes and aspirations of over 30 million Waterskiers worldwide will be put to the ultimate test on Wednesday June 3rd in Seville, Spain at exactly 13.00 pm ! The President of the International Olympic Committee, Juan Samaranch, has informed Andres Botero, President of the International Waterski Federation, that both he and 800 IOC Delegates from 197 Countries, will attend a special Waterski Competition in Seville. This is designed to help in the decision to make Waterskiing an official sport for the Olympic Games in Athens, Greece, in the year 2004.

Seville Poster
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The demonstration venue in Seville is a Rowing lake close to the City centre . The Delegates will be treated to a well-orchestrated demonstration covering Slalom, Figures, Wakeboard and Jump. The participating competitors from eleven Countries will include twelve Athletes - seven with World Champion titles.

This event is the culmination of over 25 years of planning and development by the International Waterski Federation throughout the World. The creation of both computerised speed control systems for the tournament Boat and advanced video technology for on-water measurement, have removed the human element from performance appraisal. This has now made Waterski competition one of the most advanced of all sports and perfect for the high technology Olympic Arena of the new millenium.

Due to the enormous Worldwide interest in the pending arrival of any new sport to the Olympic Games, Graziano Tognala, Secretary General of the International Waterski Federation, expects over 150 Journalists to attend this demonstration on June 3rd in Seville, Spain. "Already, in just a few short weeks, we have collected over 20,000 signatures in support of our Olympic bid - and we now expect success from our major 25 year effort " he stated. Andres Botero, who has spearheaded this ambitious programme as President of the International Waterski Federation, has also confirmed that many of the most important National Olympic Committees have already given their full support for the Waterskiing Olympic bid. The eyes of over 30 million Waterskiers will be focussed on Seville on June 3rd !

The twelve Athletes chosen from eleven Countries to participate are:
SLALOM
Helena Kjellander SWE Current World Slalom Champion
Jeff Rodgers USA Current World Slalom Record Holder
Steve Cockeram NZL Silver Medalist in Slalom - 97 Worlds
FIGURES (TRICKS)
Angeliki Andrioupolou GRE Current under 21 European Champion
Patrice Martin FRA Current World Overall Champion
Sergio Font MEX Bronze Medalist - Pan American Games
JUMP
Elena Milakova RUS Current World Jump & Overall Champion
Jaret Llewellyn CAN Current World Jump Champion
Andrea Alessi ITA Former World Jump Champion (93-94)
WAKEBOARD
Gillian Whiteley GBR European Champion
Dean Lavelle USA Former World Champion - 96
Stephane Traeger SUI European Champion
BOAT DRIVERS
Bori Vizceino ESP
Xavi Mill ESP (backup)
IWSF ATHLETES COMMISSION
Brenda Nichols-Baldwin USA Current World Jump Record Holder
EVENT COMMENTATOR
Des Burke-Kennedy IRL

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May 5, 1998, Change in Deer Head Tournament Information
Address for Registration
Steve Gum
Rd5 Box 199
Seaford, De 19973
(302) 629-3583
Email The date for the tourament is June 6 & 7. Located in Salisbury, Md. For discount Rates at a local hotel call Ramada Inn at (410) 546-4400 must ask for Sandy for a discounted skier rate.

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March 16, 1998, EASTERN REGION SKI CLUB ATTENDS WISCONSIN THINK TANK
The weekend of February 28th, eighteen members of the Holland Aqua Riders Water Ski Club traveled to Oconomowoc WI for the largest off-season water ski clinic in the nation. Called "Think Tank", the annual work shop plays host to over 1000 water ski enthusiasts from all over the country. During their three day stay, Aqua Rider members attended instructional sessions on various aspects of the sport and learned skills from some of the top skiers in the nation. This included working with the national champion Rock Aqua Jays from Janesville, WI, who helped the local ski club construct the first four tier pyramid in their history. The Aqua Riders are expected to include the four tier pyramid in their 1998 show, a goal they have been working towards for two years. In addition to being national champions, The Rock Aqua Jays are the only team in the nation to successfully build a five tier pyramid.

On Friday night, three couples from the Aqua Riders competed in the Mastercraft World Indoor Doubles Tournament. Robyn Bellerive and Gary Naples led the group with a second place finish. Joanna Donato and Bill Pucci placed third, while Krystal Say and Ethan Caldwell placed sixth. Although no team awards were presented, the Aqua Riders' overall performance topped all other represented clubs.

The Holland Aqua Riders are sponsored by Gauch Bros Marina in Shrewsbury, MA. Membership is open to all. Signups start on May 16th at the beach in Front of PJs Town Crier Tavern in Holland, MA. For more information contact president John Van Nostrand at (860) 677-4148 or by Email

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March 16, 1998, Summary of Eastern Region Midwinter Meeting

  • Held in Bensalem, Pennsylvania January 17, 1998
  • 49 attendees-Va-16; Pa-10; Md-7; NJ-6; NY-5; Vt-3; Ma-1; Ct-1
  • Innovative format used - many "firsts"
  • First open council meeting
  • First AWSA representation at meeting-Greg Nixon
  • First workshop format for greater participation
  • Guest speaker April Coble,
    AWSA Athlete of the Year and Masters Overall Champion
    April Cobel with Steve and Ann Lohr
  • 11 Eastern Region skiers set records since summer meeting - Tracy Lamb, Natalie Hammel, Laurie Lindsay, Loretta Morris, Susie Lohr, Dana Hinman, Benny Lohr, Don Henderson, Joel Ziesler, Lee Mershon, and Bill Lohr
  • Kathy Robbins joins Collegiate advisory committee
  • Junior Development-$1,200 earmarked for new junior skiers
  • 71 tournaments planned
  • Guidebook ads contribute to financial soundness
  • Regionals at Timberlake in Sparta July 30-August 2
  • AWSAEAST provides 1998 skier performances in searchable format, and many other attractions
  • AWSA's New NSL program for entry level skiers discussed by Greg Nixon
  • New AWSA HQ Building presented by Rich Aiken
  • We love Water Skiing-Theme of meeting

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March 16, 1998, Summary of AWSA Board meeting

  • Held in Las Vegas January 30-31, 1998
  • 39 voting participants-including 5 athletes
  • East represented by voting members Paul, Bill, Rick, and Steve
  • Non-voting attendees- Glenn Jackson and Tony Baggiano
  • 2007 PanAm Games bid committee from San Antonio has involved water skiing
  • National Ski League-goal of 150 events
  • Water Skier Magazine-goal of 6 issues with supplemental newsletter, and more emphasis on athlete stories
  • Financial report/budget-good condition
  • Ski flying- addition to jumps, longer ropes, higher speeds, less angle
  • New age divisions-Women and Men 9- over 75
  • Overall placements at Nationals increased to 5 from 3
  • Eastern Region driver Paul Allebach awarded driver emeritus status
  • Rule 4.03a amended to allow skier to return home to ski in Regionals
  • Use of 4.5 foot ramp as an option
  • Missed entrance gates (Mulligan Rule) failed
  • Slalom slow time rule not changed to conform to IWSF
  • Speed control discussed-required in world standing tournaments (not Nationals)
  • Seeding committee-will probably use 5 scores for slalom instead of 3
  • AWSEF-new building supported by Board
  • 1998 junior team members will be excused from Regionals
  • National coaches certification program growing
  • Dial award won by Michelle Kwan, Mandy Nightingale finalist
  • No action on limiting size of nationals
  • AWSA reorganization moving forward-USA Water Ski

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March 9, 1998, THE OXBOW WATER SKI SHOW TEAM will be hosting the 15th Eastern Region Ski Show Tournament on July 25th & 26th 1998. 10am-4pm.
SAT: Individual National Qualifiers in: Strap doubles, Swivel, Free Style Jump and Wakeboard. (You do not have to belong to a team to enter) "B" Team competition to follow. (this level for new entries that have never competed in a ski show, must do 7 acts in 40 minutes)
SUN: "A" Team competition, for all teams having competed previously. Concessions, T-Shirts, raffles, state of the art in competition tow boats and equipment.

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March 6, 1998 The NCWSA Team Selection Committee announced today that a final decision has been reached on the skiers that will represent the U.S.A at the upcoming Correct Craft World University Trophy Tournament to be held on June 25th-27th at Lake Pryor in Cleveland, TN. As in 1996, the NCWSA will field 2 teams - U.S.A. BLUE and U.S.A. RED. Individual team selection will be delayed until formal verification of athlete participation has been received by the committee.
reported by Phil Chase
TEAM U.S.A for the 1998 World University Trophy
Richard Abelson Arizona State University
Rhoni Barton Rollins College
Brandon Bucher Southwestern Louisiana University
Jamie Beauchesne Northeast Louisiana University
Courtney Buntjer Arizona State University
Dana Fitts Northeast Louisiana University
Ryan Fitts Northeast Louisiana University
Eric Hall University of Alabama
Melissa (Ginger) Jordon Eckerd College
Maureen LeMarche Northeast Louisiana University
Benny Lohr Rollins College
Renee Miller Arizona State University
Charles Mueller University of Southwestern Louisiana
Ashley Nichols Texas A&M University
A.J. Pearson Eckerd College
Todd Phillips Arizona State University
Sandy Robinette Northeast Louisiana University
Amy Scharpf University of Washington
Starlotte Smith University of Southwestern Louisiana
Terry Winter Northeast Louisiana University
Alternates
Jeff Surdej Purdue University
Jeff Pohlig Rollins College
Carl Vossburg University of Central Florida
Jen Kaiser Arizona State University
Krista Hobizal Rollins College
Lisa Loeffler Bates College
Team Managers........Bill Schneiderwind and Jeff Surdej

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Attention Junior Development Skiers!:
2 important announcements from Jr Development Committee:
1. Coble Ski School has offered to host a Junior Development Clinic. April Coble as you know won the overall at the 1997 Masters Tournament and was named the 1997 AWSA Athlete of the Year. April has reserved the week of June 15 for our Junior skiers. She is located in Lillington, North Carolina which is 9 miles from I-95. She is also near the Ralieigh/Durham International Airport and she provides pick up service from the airport.
April's normal fee for a week (Mon morning through Thurs. evening) is $450.00. Our rate if we send 11 skiers will be $350.00. This includes 4 ski rides per day, meals and lodging. April has 3 slalom courses, a mini slalom course, a jump ramp and a mini jump ramp. She also has equipment available for use if you don't have any or can't bring your own.

In order to keep our reserved spot, I need to have a definite commitment from you by March 15, 1998 and then a deposit of $100.00 will be due by March 30. I will let you know, by the number of responses if we have enough to qualifiy for the discounted price. Please respond by Email, call 978-682-1868 or write: 107 Olympic Lane North Andover, Ma. 01845 NO LATER THAN MARCH 15.

2. Check out the SKIER PROFILES section. Two skiers are currently profiled: Courtney Swift and Tracey Lamb. Junior Skiers are invited to participate. Collect your photos, and write your story. Email when you are ready to post it.

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1998 Masters Final Results 
Deer Head Tournament Information Changes
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