The 2018 – 2019 ski season is winding down, but there are still a few more events to look forward to. Annual Patrol end of season parties, the Region Awards luncheon in May, the big end of season Memorial Day weekend at Tuckerman Ravine to name a few. As we look back on what was for some an outstanding snow year and for others a combination of snow and “not quite” snow we have an opportunity to review what worked, what didn’t, and what we would like to, let’s say, “review” a little for next season. As some of you know, the planning goes on all summer.
With that said I’m looking for feedback on what you like and what you would like to see improved or added. It’s difficult to improve without feedback. Were there programs you would have liked to see offered that weren’t? Were there programs you would like to see changed? Take this opportunity to email me and let me know.
Additionally, I’m looking to expand participation in the programs we have in the Region. While it’s true in some programs we have widespread support and participation, in others, we have a bare minimum of support. We have approximately 425 members registered in the Region. We have only 5 ID Instructors, and almost all of them pull double or triple duty with other responsibilities. We have only 6 MTR Instructors. On the other hand, we have 37 OET and 111 OEC Instructors. Again, email me or the Program Advisor if you are interested in becoming an Instructor.
I’m looking forward to working with you all, and remember. It’s time to get involved…
Enjoy the warmer weather.
NH Region Director