Sunday River PATROLLER SCHOOL Registration

Eastern Division Outdoor Emergency Transportation (OET) and EMARI region asked NH to help register NSP members division-wide seeking to attend the SUNDAY RIVER PATROLLER SCHOOL.

EMARI and Maine Regions partner annually to organize the event, which attracts more than 80 NSP participants. Patrollers come from all over the division to attend a two-day Patroller School where Toboggan Enhancement and Snowsport Enhancement seminars are offered at all levels. NH Region was asked to help streamline registration using our web-based educational event and e-commerce computer servers.

The goal is to provide customers seeking ski patrol specific training to have a simplified registration page for choosing courses during the two-day event. Follow this link to the Sunday River PATROLLER SCHOOL Registration to see the course offerings. There are toboggan, skiing, and snowboarding events. Instructors looking for final certification and TE Candidates needing an evaluation, come together with Division Staff members and NSP members purchasing personalized ski patrolling educational seminars. It’s like receiving small group lessons on the terrain of Sunday River — choose senior level lessons or intermediate level for those who want an informative stress-free seminar. The Eastern Division Women’s Program also offers women-only events.

OEC Module of Senior Program 2018

The NSP Senior OEC program 2017-18 season has begun

Throughout the ski season, OEC Senior Program staff run several training clinics helping participants expand and improve their leadership and patroller skills as they work through complex situations and comprehensive patient care. Clinics are an ideal opportunity to learn from one another and have been planned at a variety of venues to improve accessibility and enhance training.

Our next clinic will be held at Mount Sunapee, January 7, 2018, starting at 9 am and concluding no later than 3 pm. Training will be on-hill so bring your outdoor gear, but please leave your patrol jackets at home as this is a training event and participants will not be “on duty.”

It is very important you register for each event so we can plan resources to serve you better. Registration for the clinics is easy! Go to the NH Region Ski Patrol website Calendar, review the full schedule of events, select the date of the senior OEC clinic you wish to attend, and click “REGISTER NOW” (candidates will receive an email notification with all my contact info, please call with questions).

Hope to ski you there. To contact me, Ed Sargent, Senior Training Coordinator

Interview with NSP’s Meegan Moszynski

Mark Clem is an Eastern Division Patroller from Maryland who produces a YouTube TV show called “Meet the Members of the NSP.” He travels all over the division, visiting patrols at a variety of mountains spread across all the Regions that make up or division’s territory. Is interviews seek to uncover the variety of Ski Patrolling that exists across the resorts, from large corporate resorts, down to the smallest family oriented ski hill.

Recently Mark took the show to Lakewood Colorado to interview Meegan Moszynski, the new Executive Directors of the National Ski Patrol. Meegan has only been on the job since the end of summer, and she has hit the ground running. Watch this episode of “Meet the Members of the National Ski Patrol” to meet our newest NSP member . . .

Boston Marathon is seeking First Responders

Have you ever thought about giving the Boston Marathon one day of volunteer work? The Boston Athletic Association has run this event for over 120 years on Patriot’s Day in April. They are looking for FirsatAiders and First Responders to work on the course responding to medical emergencies. Pat’s Peak ski patroller Jonathan Goldfield is the Ski Patrol Liaison to and a member of the Boston Marathon Course Medical Leadership Team and is seeking to add NH Ski Patrollers to the crew.

If you are willing to give a day to the Bostom Marathon, please contact him directly by filling out the form below. The Volunteer Program officially opens on January 4th, Jonathan will be processing applications to . . .

Elections are Open — Meet the “Slate of Five”

As promised in previous Election articles, NH Region will bring news from Eastern Division, NSP or any other Division we find relevant for informing NH members while they consider who to cast votes on their ballot. Balloting will open late tonight at 6 PM. NSP will email your ballot invitation, which is an internet based ballot maintained and audited by a third party vendor specializing in certifying elections for non-profits and corporations.

Eastern Division is centering its election news on their Facebook page titled: Eastern Division of the National Ski Patrol. Visit anytime, they stated that videos and articles will be landing on their wall on a daily basis. Remember to LIKE the page if you visit.

Today Eastern Division debuted their first video, for Wendy Arnio

NSP 2017 Elections Are Now Open — introducing the “Slate of Five”

Once again it’s NSP Voting Season. The NH Region will feature many news articles on top of the website’s NEWS page during this period. Voting opens today and runs through the first day of December.

NSP just finished mailing the election insert in the Fall 2017 edition of SKI PATROL Magazine. Their goal is to inform you about all the candidates running for office. They also maintain a special website called “Meet the Candidates” where platforms are published. Please read about the candidates and consider contacting them with questions. Phone numbers and emails are published.

Eastern Division NSP has also begun a candidate information campaign to advocate for the election and reelection of the National Board Representatives from our local division. However, instead of advocating for just our local candidates, Eastern Division decided to review the nationwide candidates and encourage us all to vote for the best candidates with the best track record for guiding NSP into the future. They have chosen a geographically diverse “Slate of Five” candidates.