Young Adult Patroller
Prepared for anything, NH Region Young Adult Patroller’s (YAP) eagerly arrived at Bolton Valley in Richmond, Vermont for the Eastern Division Young Adult Patroller’s Seminar on Friday, March 17. With recent storms providing over 20 inches of new snow, the group spent most of the morning and afternoon on the slopes, running the bull wheels ragged. Dinner in the Athletic Center came after check-in, and the YAP’s made their way to their first meeting focusing on Outdoor Emergency Care (OEC) equipment required for all events, throughout the weekend. Their packed schedule included training, preparations, skill tests, games, and a bit of friendly social gathering with breakfast, lunch, and dinner, woven into the mix. Continue reading
The weather for NH Region’s first YAP Golf Tournament was fantastic, bright, sunny and warm for a autumn day on the links at Canterbury Woods Country Club. Forty participants and 22 sponsors came together to make this event a successful fundraiser for … Continue reading
The Young Adult Patroller’s fundraising Golf Tournament has been rescheduled to Monday October 6th. Take the day off and join us for this worthy cause, Canterbury NH will be awash is autumn colors, come play a round of golf and enjoy an early banquet to help raise money for ski patrolling youth. Click on this link to get all the Golf Tournament details. . .
NSP’s “Young Adult Patroller’s” (YAP) program serves high school aged students with training opportunities and experience with ski patrolling and first responder activities. YAP events occur around the entire New England, New York and Pennsylvania regions, requiring the students to travel. To … Continue reading
New Hampshire Young Adult Program is holding its 1st annual GOLF TOURNAMENT fundraiser this summer at Canterbury Woods Country Club. Several very affordable tournament sponsorships are available to individuals or companies who are interested in supporting Ski Patrol’s young adults. NH Region … Continue reading
Are You Ready for the Upcoming Season? – Well, after a long summer, we have arrived at that time again. It’s time to put down those summer floaties, time to put down those summer frosty drinks, and strap on those skis and … Continue reading
Pete Starr, Regional OEC Administrator and Chris Rousseau, Regional Young Adult Program Advisor attended a one day, January seminar at Mount Sunapee on Adaptive Skiing operation, lift evacuation (with Mr. Tom Kersey), and medical treatment. This informative, hands on program was coordinated … Continue reading