The Section Chiefs have been listening; the membership wanted a different, more casual awards presentation. Our mission was to create a less formal affair, seeking warmer weather during daylight hours with family-friendly activities to include the kids.
Please set aside the afternoon of Saturday, May 5th, 2018 to gather at the Waterville Valley Village Conference Center for a casual BBQ luncheon, followed by NH Region’s Awards Presentation. Our goal is to open the village to NH’s finest Samaritan’s. Meet Ski Patrollers from all over the state, enjoy the comradery of fellowship, exchange stories about the season, honor those deserving of awards for their hard work and effort.
1:00 – 2:00 PM Reception and Cocktail Hour
2:00 – 3:30 PM BBQ Luncheon Buffet
- House Salad
- BBQ Ribs
- BBQ Pork Sandwiches
- Veggie Burgers
- Potato Salad
- Corn on the Cob
- Watermelon and Brownies
3:30 – 5:30 PM Awards Presentation
After the event, feel free to visit the Village and its many restaurants and pubs with both old friends and new acquaintances. Please save the date on your calendar. Registration is officially open, at any time you may click this link to purchase tickets:
We worked hard to price this event affordably. Register early to receive a discount. Children fourteen and younger attend for free.
$29.95/person (children 14 and under are free)
Late Registration after April 20, 2018, $33.95/person
Pre-Registration required we cannot sell tickets at the door. Please buy your tickets early and join us to honor all Patrollers of New Hampshire.
FOR FAMILIES, our Young Adult Patrollers are planning a Scavenger Hunt at 11:00 AM. Bring your kids, receive a map, work through the clues, solve the puzzle. We will also have free access to the Waterville Village Fat Tire Bike Rentals all day long.
During the Awards Presentation, we will raffle off door prizes and the annual QUILT. All the same fun and festivities as previous events, set during daylight hours in a more casual atmosphere!
Thank You for supporting “NH’s Samaritans of the Snow,”