1 Ptarmigan Ski Club May/Jun 2016 NEWSLETTER A non-profit organization founded in 1947 and dedicated to the promotion of all facets of skiing & winter sports - plus activities for the education and enjoyment of its members. A member of Eastern PA Ski Council. You can also find us on Facebook. Click here for Facebook Calendar of Events - Post In a Visible Location: Happy Hour: Contact Bill Ortner, 5:00pm Every Friday General Meetings at Christopher s Knights of Columbus (KoC) Volleyball Rose Garden Pavilion Every Tuesday May - Sep May Volleyball Begins Tue 6:00p May Jun Bike Ride: Joyce Gilmore Sat 9:30 a Jun 4 Spring Fling: Bill Ortner Sat 2:00p Jun Jul Summer Picnic at the Klein s Sat 2:00p Jul Aug Musikfest Volunteers: Alex Pavel Fri 4:30p Aug Sep General Meeting: KoC Tue 7:00p Sep 13 General Meeting: KoC Tue 7:00p Sep Oct Octoberfest: Bill Ortner Sat 2:00p Oct 1 General Meeting: KoC Tue 7:00p Oct 11 Road Rally: Tom Weiser Sun TBD Oct 16 General Meeting: KoC Tue 7:00p Oct 25 Winter Expo: Brian Nuss Mon TBD Oct Nov General Meeting: KoC Tue 7:00p Nov 8 Hike & Soup: Kathy Seufert Sat TBD Nov Dec General Meeting: KoC Tue 7:00p Dec Jan Feb Snowmass, CO: Brian Nuss Feb 25 to Mar Mar General Meeting Elections: Koc Tue 7:00p Mar 14 Spring Fling Picnic Sat Jun 18 th Sat Jun 18th2 pm (rain or shine), Campfire at Dusk (if no rain) Where: Ortner s Acres. Donation $10 per/person Includes: Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Chicken, Bratwurst, Veggie Burgers. Bottled Water, Beer - assorted Bottled and Mini Draft Kegs and Wine Bring a Covered Dish to Share: Last Names Beginning with A-H Bring a Salad, I-P a Desert, Q-Z an Appetizer/Hors d oeuvres, Or Bring Your Favorite Dish Also Bring a Folding Chair if you want to sit. Send Donation by Jun 13th to Bill Ortner, 2509 Peachtree Road, Allentown, Pa For more info: Ph: or All over the place. President s Message Mary Ann Bedics President, Ptarmigan Ski Club Usually I am able to zero in on a theme for my President's Message. This month my brain is "all over the place" with ideas and reflections. This message may seem a bit desultory but here it goes... Over the years as a member of the PSC I have observed some interesting things about its members. Loyalty: Many long time members are approaching or have approached the forty year mark. Creativity: For the season many new ideas were floated by members and implemented. Generosity/Giving Back: Again, your dues and personal contributions allowed the club to donate $ total to two local Special Olympic ski programs, non-perishable goods to a local food bank, infant clothing and cash to a shelter in Bethlehem, and $ to the Jim Thorpe Pedestrian Bridge in the name of Ernie Miller. The PSC treasury supplemented almost $ to your activities and over $ in meeting costs. (Love that beer!) Many folks sent cards and well wishes to Bud Cole who is now home after many months of hospitalization and rehabilitation. Continuity: In March the same folks were elected to serve on the board for the season. Tom Weiser and Mary Ann Bedics still represent the PSC at the EPSC meetings. Dues for the season will remain the same. (Note: It is now time to renew your membership. Our fiscal year is May 1 through April 30.) Changes: We no longer have a post office box number. You may contact any board member via the information always included on the last page of the newsletter. (We have gone high-tech and are also saving the rental fee.) It was decided to change the weekly happy hour start time to 5:00. (It's always five o'clock somewhere, right?) A committee is looking into a possible change of venue for the 2016 Holiday Happy Hour. Well, there it is. My brain can now relax.
2 2016/2017 Ski Season Trips: Revelstoke, BC, in January Contact: Mark (610) More Details Soon Snowmass, CO: Brian Nuss Feb 25 - Mar Stonebridge Inn $2082 Tamarack Condos 2 br $1895, 3 br $ day Lift Ticket All Air and Ground Contact: Brian Sun Peaks, BC, March 4-12, 2017 Contact: Mark (610) More Details Soon Musikfest Volunteers Fri Aug 5 th A few more Volunteers for Musikfest, Friday Aug 5 th 4:30 pm are needed. We will Tap Beer & Sell Mugs. Contact: Alex Pavel Send Photos and Video to Phil Hublitz I am making a formal request to solicit pictures of all Ptarmigan Activities from October 2015 to May 1st.2016 and other activities as they happen during the rest of the year. Seeking pictures and video (some of which may be too large to ).. Large video files should be placed on a flash drive and snail mailed (or dropped off) to me at 3424 W Highland St., Allentown PA Try to choose your best stuff. I will do some cropping and editing as needed. Asking for pictures and/or video from happy hours, bike rides, ski trips, volley ball, Pub crawls, parties, banquets, you name, we do it. We are shooting for a presentation that lasts about 35 to 40 minutes, at most. Phil Hublitz Movie Producer (ask Brian) Golf Outing Easton PAL Wed Jun 15 th Register: Noon to 1 pm. Shotgun Start 1 pm Green Pond Country Club $90 Entry fee per Person See Flyer Below for details. Also Contact Walt Howell (610) Membership DUES: 2016/2017Season Dues are for the Season: May 1, 2016 to Apr 30, 2017 Renewal (due May 1, 2016) (after Oct 31, 2016) $16 Single or $26 Family $20 Single or $30 Family New Members $20 Single or $30 Family New Memberships are valid until Apr 30, 2018 All Members will receive the Ptarmigan Newsletter FREE by . Members wishing to receive Hardcopy must pay $5 in addition to their annual dues. Bike Ride Jun 4 th 9:30 am Date: Sat., June 4, 2016 Time: 9:30 a.m. Rain Date: Sunday, June 5, :30 a.m. Place: D & R rail trail (Frenchtown to Lambertville) - on the N.J. side beside the Delaware River. Distance: 30 miles round trip (shorter and longer options available) Contact: Joyce Gilmore (home) (cell) Meet fellow Ptarmigans at the Bridge Cafe, 8 Bridge St., Frenchtown, N.J. (immediately on the right after crossing the bridge). Park in the lot by the river and come into the cafe for breakfast if you arrive early. At 9:30 a.m. we will start riding from Frenchtown to Lambertville at your own pace along a shaded, scenic bike trail with fine gravel suitable to all types of bike tires. SHORTER options include turning around at Stockton (24 miles - round trip); or Bull's Island (8 miles south of Frenchtown) to Lambertville (16 miles - round trip) LONGER options include biking on from Lambertville to Washington's Crossing, Trenton, and Princeton. If you prefer not to bike, you could explore the quaint towns of Frenchtown, Lambertville, and New Hope (just across the bridge from Lambertville) and join us for lunch somewhere. LUNCH OPTIONS: Stockton - a deli with outside picnic tables right on the bike path, Lilly's Meals, and the Stockton Inn with an outdoor garden by a waterfall Lambertville: Lambertville Station (right on the bike path) has a lovely outdoor patio overlooking the canal. There are many other eating places in Lambertville and across the bridge in New Hope. Bike as far as you like, turning around whenever you wish and heading back to your car. Stop at the end of your ride for an ice cream reward at the Bridge Cafe in Frenchtown if you like. Hope you can join us for a fun day!
3 Spring Banquet: Recap by Mary Ann Bedics Shedding our winter garb for some spring duds, fifty-five Ptarmigans attended the PSC annual Spring Banquet. For the third year in a row we were treated to excellent service and a delicious dinner buffet at the Masters at Shepherd Hills. Entertainment was provided by DJ Scottie G who showed off his new digital sound and light system. Ptarmigans danced to many of our "old" favorites. We were even entertained with a few Karaoke numbers performed by our talented members. Always a highlight of our banquet is the presentation of the MVP (Most Valuable Ptarmigan) award. Kathy Seufert, this year's recipient, was presented with a framed MVP certificate and a $100 Visa gift card. Also honored for their "behind the scenes" contributions to the ski club were Barb Stephens, recording secretary, and Mary Mihalow, the long time newsletter printer and mailer. Each received a framed Honorable Mention certificate and a $50 Visa Gift card. Deb and John Esposito received a framed certificate and ski club logo tee shirt each for their amazing number of areas skied: Deb 19 and John 20, ranging from the East Coast to the West, including British Columbia. (Retirement Rocks!!!) Thanks to all of the folks who helped to make this event such a success (Jeanne Weiser, Bill Ortner, Kathy Seufert, Pat and Mike Combs, Jim Policelli) and to all of the Ptarmigans who came out to enjoy this event. Cloudy With A Chance of..."ptarmigans" Saturday, April 30th, proved to be a perfect day for the second annual Koder Hike and Soup Party. Although cloudy, the temperature was a mild 55 degrees and there was no rain. Twenty five Ptarmigans turned out to hike or bike the Upper Saucon Community Park trail. The hikers covered a leisurely four mile round trip walk. The two cyclists (Lori and Jim Farina) rode about fifteen miles. Deb and Brett Koder hosted the after hike party at there lovely home just a few twisty miles down the road. Five delicious soups were served and everyone contributed a goodie to share.
4 Ptarmigan Ski Club Officers and Board Members 2016/2017 Mary Ann Bedics - President: Officers On July 1st I will begin my tenth year of retirement from the Phillipsburg School District. Serving as an elementary teacher and a high school guidance counselor for thirty seven years prepared me for the role as president of the Ptarmigan Ski Club. In education I had to organize, plan, mediate, make decisions, trouble shoot, reach out, meet deadlines and plan some more. All of these skills have been my guide as I fulfill my fifth term as your president. Thanks you for the confidence to elect me once again. It is an honor to lead this loyal and dedicated organization. Jeanne Weiser Vice President, Skiing: Previously, I worked as an office mgr. for 20 years at a local law firm. I presently work 3 part-time jobs - ski instructor, bike and river guide, and tipstaff at the Lehigh County Courthouse. Member of Ptarmigan since the late 70's. Board member for 11 years. I have been skiing for most of my adult life. I like biking, playing my air guitar, watching the Phillies; but my first love will always be skiing. My ashes will one day be among the moguls on Main St. at Blue Mountain Kathy Seufert Treasurer: I have been working at St. Luke s Hospital since I have 2 sons, Greg & Chris who enjoy snowboarding. Enjoyed skiing, and might take it up again. Biking is very popular in my spare time. Have done some traveling to parts of the USA. During the past year I have officially retired (after 42 years of service) from St. Luke s University Hospital. With all my free time, I can be found enjoying many of the Ptarmigan activities. Some activities that I am involved in are golfing, bicycle riding (over 500 miles last year), and volleyball. Yes, I was even spotted skiing on the slopes of Switzerland and Blue Mtn. I invite everyone to come out and enjoy the company of other ptarmigans and the fun we all have. My experience in being a treasurer is also extended to another organization pertaining to vascular ultrasound (NEPVC) for several years. I have 2 sons, Gregory who has remained in the area and can be found at Allentown Brew Works. Christopher will be moving further away to Milwaukee, WI. To continue his studies. Barb Stephens Recording Secretary: During the past year, I have semi-retired from real estate but continue as the office manager in a dental practice. Family trips with my husband Brian and sons Jay and Jeff fill my calendar. This summer Jay will marry Niki in Las Vegas. I can't wait to finally welcome a "daughter" into my family. Being a board member has enriched my life thru the dear friendships I have made over the years. I encourage other members to join the board. You will enjoy the experience. Mary Laronge Membership Secretary: I ve been a member since 1973, native of Allentown, Realtor with Re/Max Real Estate for 27 years. I like skiing, golf, bridge and maj jong. Have organized the Road Rally and Miniature Golf outings for the club. Board Members Brian Nuss Board Member, Past President: From a very early age, Brian has had a pair of skis strapped to his feet every winter. And aside from that one unfortunate event where he was "prematurely evacuated" from the lift because "it was the best option" his mother could see, he's enjoyed every moment of it. Since growing up on the slopes of Hahn Mountain and Doe Mountain, Brian has matured (loosely speaking) into a passionate Snowsports enthusiast becoming actively involved in the Ptarmigan Ski Club's B.O.D., and as the creator/organizer of the Winter Sports Expo. In his winter free time, Brian is a staff trainer & ski instructor at Bear Creek Mtn. Resort, a volunteer instructor for the EPSC's Learn To Ski program, a western ski trip leader for Last Chair Tours, and a product ambassador for Rossignol Skis. In Brian's opinion, "Money can't buy happiness, but it sure can by a lift ticket!" Bill Ortner Board Member, Elected and Newsletter Editor Lifelong skier, Past, Past President of Ptarmigan, Newsletter Editor and Connoisseur of Fine Wine. I have been active in Ptarmigan since Retired in 2006 from Agere Systems (formally Bell Labs), after 42 years of service, where I worked as an Electrical/Electronics Engineer. I now devote my time to Skiing, Gardening, Boating, Canoeing, Hiking, Fishing, Summers in the Adirondacks, Reading, Friends and Family; but not necessarily in that order. Well, ok, I guess Skiing very high on the list! My favorite European ski areas are in Austria, Switzerland and Italy; Stateside my favorites are Utah, Colorado and Montana; and of course Whiteface and Gore Mountains in the Adirondacks. And Locally at Blue Mt.
5 Pat Combs Board Member, Appointed: I am a recycled Board Member, having served on the Board in the 1980s in several capacities. In my hiatus I married and became a stepmother but could not convince anyone to ski. After retirement from teaching I took a job at Buckman s Ski Shop, renewed my love of skiing and rejoined the Club. I am coordinating the weekly golf outings for the club in the hope to improve my own game and for the camaraderie of fellow golfers. In my retirement I like to travel and read. Mostly I have enjoyed reconnecting with old friends from Ptarmigan Ski Club. Ronnie Rother Board Member, Elected: Thirty-six years of teaching elementary school which required lesson plans delivered in dress pants morphed a year ago to travel plans (near and far) in sweat pants. Yes, retirement is wonderful but "retirement recess" is the best. This past January I was able to go outside and play on the grounds near the Matterhorn (Zermatt, Switzerland) with many other fellow Ptarmigan friends skiing both the Swiss and Italian Alps. I hope there'll be many more snowy "recesses" for me in the very near future. When not snowplowing down a slope (pizza!), I'm living life BIG with my family, swinging a hammer (sometimes a ball-peen...ha!) on a Habitat for Humanity Lehigh Valley worksite, railing on 25+ mile bike tours, knitting/crocheting, baking/cooking, demanding chocolate, and/or traveling, but always...reading. Thank you for your confidence in electing me to the board; I love being part of this wonderful flock. Joyce Gilmore Board Member, Elected: I am a retired school teacher from Moravian Academy where I taught elementary school for 43 years. Being retired is one of the best things that ever happened to me! I spend my time skiing, biking, hiking, reading, cooking, helping elderly friends, and taking care of my cats. In the past I founded a no kill cat shelter in Kutztown and was involved in animal rescue with cats, dogs, goats, and cows. I love being on the ski club Board and helping to plan many activities. It is great being a member of a club with so many active, positive, fun loving people. Looking forward to another super year with Ptarmigan! Phil Hublitz Board Member, Appointed: Born in NYC, I moved here while still in elementary school. In college I majored in engineering eventually completing my degrees in education and teaching on junior high and middle school levels for 37 years. Started skiing in my twenties, joining the Ptarmigan Ski Club in 1964 and meeting my wife Jackie at the Wobbly Barn on a club trip to Killington that year. We have one daughter Jennifer, a career executive who lives in NYC. There were several decades where I did not ski a great deal but hit the slopes hard after retiring in the early two thousands. Other interests, as many well know, include: golf, fishing, computer technology, photography, volunteer community service to veterans and travel. Hope to continue with the annual picture show but in a more abbreviated form. Enjoy everyone's company in this club; it is great to be a part of this organization. Tim White Board Member, Appointed: Originally from California, started skiing at Doe Mtn when our kids were young. Work in agricultural research since Live to ski, kayak, hike and anything outdoors. Love great music and eating. My wife, Gwen, is the world s greatest chef.
6 Ptarmigan Ski Club Spring Fling Picnic Sat Jun 18 th 2 pm (rain or shine) Campfire at Dusk (if no rain) Where: Ortner s Acres. Donation $10 per/person Includes: Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Chicken, Bratwurst Cooked in Beer w/sauerkraut, Veggie Burgers, Bottled Water Beer - assorted Bottled and Mini Draft Kegs of Premium Beers Wine an Upscale Selection Bring a Covered Dish to Share: Last Names Beginning with A-H Bring a Salad, I-P a Desert, Q-Z an Appetizer/Hors d oeuvres, Or Bring Your Favorite Dish Also Bring a Folding Chair if you want to sit Directions: From the 15 th Street exit off Route 22 proceed North on Mauch Chunk Road (Rothrock Car Dealership will be on your right). Go Three (3) miles North on Mauch Chunk, at Grumpy s Tavern turn Right onto Peach Tree Road. Go in about 6 homes to 2509 Peach Tree. Look for Grey Ranch house up a steep driveway. If lost call Send Donation by Jun 13 th to Bill Ortner, 2509 Peachtree Road, Allentown, Pa For more info: Ph: or Spring Fling Picnic: Tear Off and Send to Bill by Jun 13 th You must RSVP and send Donation by Jun 13 th. Name: Name:
7 Ptarmigan Summer Picnic When: Saturday July 16, 2016 (Rain or Shine) from 2:00 pm until 8:00 pm Where: Rich and Rose Klein s, 6154 Franklin Hill Rd, Bangor Cost $12 per Person Children Welcome Swimming, Volleyball, Bocce Ball, Quoits and many other games Barbeque, Chicken, and Corn on the Cob Beer, Wine & Soda Bring Something to Share: Last Name A-H Dessert, I-P Appetizers/Hors d oeuvres, Q-P Salads. or bring your favorite dish Direction: Rt. 33 N to Uhler Road exit. Go down hill to Stop Sign, about a mile or so, and go Left. Continue going up the hill and make a Left on to Franklin Hill Road. House on Left 1/4 mile up the road. Park on grass. If lost Contact Rich at Please return the form below by July 9 th with your check payable to Ptarmigan Ski Club to: Kathy Seufert, 5210 Suncrest Circle, Whitehall, Pa Contact Kathy at: Ph: or Ptarmigan Summer Picnic at the Klein s Jul 18 th Names # of persons Total Amount $
9 Join and for a great week skiing & riding Aspen is just as much an idea as it is a physical town. It started with the silver rush in the 1870s the idea that fortunes could be made in difficult places and was reborn in the wake of World War II as a ski destination. Leading the way was a former member of the 10th Mountain Division, Friedl Pfeifer, who banded together with industrialist Walter Paepcke and his wife Elizabeth to make the town and its mountain a destination for those seeking renewal of their mind, body and spirit. In 1950, Aspen hosted the United States first world skiing competition, which attracted more than 1,500 people and gave Aspen Mountain worldwide visibility. From that day forward, skiing in the valley would take on a whole new meaning. The concept of the Aspen Idea made its international debut in 1949 with the hosting of the Goethe Festival, attracting Albert Schweitzer, the world renowned musician, philosopher, physician and lecturer, for his first North American visit. It is these roots that have made Aspen, a sleepy little town far from the urban cultural centers, what it is today: a vibrant, beautiful, forwardlooking community that attracts the world s most passionate athletes, artists, thought-leaders and life enthusiasts. The energy created from our founding continues to inspire and inform us today as we evolve with new endeavors such as the Aspen Ideas Festival, X Games, the 2017 Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals, the Aspen Music Festival and School s new campus and innovative programming, as well as the Shigeru Ban designed Aspen Art Museum. Believe us, it s real. One top-to-bottom run at Snowmass, one après ski happy hour at Aspen Mountain, one look into Highland Bowl, one lesson at Buttermilk, and you ll be hooked! And since all four mountains are on one lift ticket with hardly a lift line in sight it is easy to see why many skiers and riders fall in love with it immediately. Snowmass as well as Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk have always been about more than just skiing. LODGING OPTIONS and ASSOCIATED TRIP COSTS: Stonebridge Inn: Located 100 yards from the new Base Village and Village Express high-speed lift, the Stonebridge Inn is an inviting mountain hotel located in the heart of Snowmass Village. Our concierge will assist you in planning your day from start to finish, whether you are looking for restaurant reservations or planning a day's adventure. Continue your experience by unwinding by the fire or hitting the hot tub then complete your perfect day by joining us in the Artisan Restaurant and indulge yourself in our global contemporary cuisine served in a relaxed atmosphere. It's a premiere experience that can't be duplicated by other Snowmass hotels. Our amenities include: mini fridge, ceiling fan, coffee maker, 42" flat screen HD TVs, Cable TV & DVD player, complimentary WiFi, onsite dining at The Artisan, concierge service, 24- hour front desk service, overnight ski tuning, daily housekeeping, pool & hot tub, and shuttle service within Snowmass Village. $2, per person, double occupancy (includes 5-Day Lift Ticket) Add daily breakfast for an additional $ per person Tamarack Townhouses (Condos): Located 100 yards from the new Base Village and Village Express high-speed lift, Tamarack Townhouses provide you with one of the best values among Aspen-Snowmass vacation rentals. These two-story townhomes feature an open full kitchen and livingroom area with gas fireplace, spacious master suite with fireplace, large deck and private ground floor entrance. Tamarack Townhouses provide you with one of the best values among Aspen-Snowmass vacation rentals including: year-round heated swimming pool & two-level hot tub with waterfall, private ski lockers, complimentary WiFi, daily housekeeping, complimentary private parking & village shuttle service, cable TV & DVD player, and washer & dryers in every unit. Free skier shuttles serve Snowmass Village, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk. 2-Bedroom Unit: $1, per person, based on 4-person occupancy (includes 5-Day Lift Ticket) 3-Bedroom Unit: $1, per person, based on 6-person occupancy (includes 5-Day Lift Ticket) Trip Price Includes ALL of the Following: Deluxe roundtrip motor coach transfers from Allentown to Newark (EWR) Roundtrip Airfare from EWR to Denver International Airport (DEN) Transfers from DEN to Snowmass Lodging (including grocery stop) 7-nights accommodations at one of the above lodging properties 5-Day Aspen-Snowmass Lift Ticket Pre-Trip Party, Welcome Reception and Mid-Week Party Tips and gratuity included for transportation & airport portage All resort & hotel taxes; airline taxes, surcharges & fees* (* - Subject to change based on Airline issuance and policy) Non-Skier/Rider Costs, Single Supplement Fees, and Land Only Cost Available contact Brian Nuss for details To sign-up, or to obtain additional information, contact: Brian Nuss (Trip Leader) at or Initial deposit of $ due ASAP to confirm your reservation act now, space is limited! See back for payment & reservation information, trip terms and conditions, cancellation policy and additional information
10 Package Options: Stonebridge Inn = $2,082.00/pp Includes airfare, lodging, lifts, transpo., taxes, and fees; based on double occupancy Tamarack 2BR Condo = $1,895.00/pp Includes airfare, lodging, lifts, transpo., taxes, and fees; based on FOUR people per unit EXTRA DAY Lift Ticket = $80.00 Must be purchased 14 days in advance of trip. Must be purchased in conjunction with 5 Day Lift Ticket Stonebridge Daily Breakfast = $120.00/pp Includes daily breakfast buffet featuring hot & cold items cooked to order, as well as continental fare; must be purchased in advance Tamarack 3BR Condo = $1,895.00/pp Includes airfare, lodging, lifts, transpo., taxes, and fees; based on SIX people per unit My Trip Total Equals: $ Select all that apply. All costs are per person. Contact Brian Nuss with questions or special pricing options/needs. Single supplement costs are available upon request. Trip Reservation Form: please complete one form for EACH traveler (i.e.: if multiple travelers reside at the same address, each traveler must supply their own, separate, trip reservation form; sorry for the inconvenience) Enclosed is my $ per person deposit for the February 25 th March 4 th, 2017 Aspen Snowmass, CO trip Formal Name: Age: D O B: Gender: please print, as it appears on your Government issued ID Passport, Drivers License, etc. this information is required by the Airlines for your Airline Reservation; this information will not be shared with the group Address: Phone Home Cell: home number cell number please print legibly Emergency Contact & Phone: please include name and most valid phone number (home, cell or work) Rooming With: Signature: I have read & understand the cancellation & refund policy cut and include above form with deposit Make checks payable to DEPOSIT / PAYMENT REQIREMENTS $ deposit per person due ASAP to hold space (space is limited; availability will go quickly and is not guaranteed) SECOND deposit of $ due by October 1, 2016 Final Payment (or remaining balance) due by December 1, 2016 LAST CHAIR TOURS, LLC and mail to: c / o Brian Nuss 1321 Andover Road, Bethlehem, PA Payments received after due date dates may be subject to a fee of $ or 5% of the delinquent amount due, whichever is greater. Late payments may cause cancellations of space and provisions of travel suppliers. Neither Encompasse Tours, Last Chair Tours nor Brian Nuss will be held responsible for any cancellations from suppliers resulting from late payments from trip participants. Sorry, credit cards will not be accepted for this trip; price reflects cash discount. RESPONSIBLILTY CLAUSE Encompasse Tours, LLC (d/b/a Encompasse Tours) is the principal tour operator and is responsible to the participants for all arrangements and for all tour services and accommodations offered in the tour. Last Chair Tours, LLC (d/b/a Last Chair Tours) is the host and promoter of this trip. Encompasse Tours, Last Chair Tours, its agents, servants and employees shall not be responsible for personal injuries or property damage, loss or delay, or change of itinerary incurred by any person or tour participant arising out of the act of negligence or insolvencies of any direct or supplemental air carrier, hotel or other persons rendering any of these services, or accommodations being offered in these tours; nor shall Encompasse Tours or Last Chair Tours be responsible for any injuries, death, damage, loss or delay in any means of transportation or by reasons of any event beyond the actual control of Encompasse Tours, Last Chair Tours, or of any agent or supplier or due to force majeure ( act of God ). Right is reserved to decline, accept or retain any person as a trip member, or to cancel a trip. Tour participants shall ski at their own risk. CHANGE OF ITINERARY Any changes in the itinerary will result in a $100 change fee plus $25 surcharge per person, and any additional changes as a result of the change IF the change is possible. AIRLINE INFORMATION Traveler information submitted must be identical to the passenger s Passport, Drivers License, or Government issued ID name (i.e.: no nicknames). Domestic flights require an exact match of a traveler s name to his/her valid form of identification (i.e. driver s license, passport, etc). Seat assignments cannot be requested without names and are solely controlled by the airlines as group seating; once seats have been assigned to the groups, no changes will be allowed special requests must be made in writing and are considered pending until confirmation has been received from the airline. Frequent flier upgrades will be permitted only in circumstances where the carrier allows them, and are only obtainable at the discretion of the airline. CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICY Some restrictions and penalties apply to your vacation investment. If you cancel your reservation(s), YOUR RIGHT TO A REFUND IS LIMITED, as set forth in the following schedule. All cancellations must be discussed with, and made in writing to, your trip leader, and also be made in writing and sent to Encompasse Tours, LLC., Ashburn Shopping Plaza, Suite 195, PMB 608, Ashburn, VA Date of postmark will determine appropriate policy: A: Any and all cancellations received 07/01/2016 to 12/01/ $ per person contracted cancellation fee. B: Any and all cancellations received 12/02/2016 to 01/13/ $ per person contracted cancellation fee. C: Any and all cancellations received 01/14/2017 to 01/31/ $1, per person contracted cancellation fee. D: Any and all cancellations received after 02/01/2017 = no refund. No refunds for early departure or late arrival. No shows, no refund. No partial refunds will be made for car rentals, airfare, or unused portions of this package. Refunds will be made as soon as they are received from vendors [minimum twelve (12) weeks]. All attempts shall be made to fill canceled trips and provide maximum refund; however, full refunds are not guaranteed buy neither Encompass Tours, LLC nor Last Chair Tours, LLC. INSURANCE Encompasse Tours and Last Chair Tours strongly recommend the purchase of trip insurance. Trip participants can go to the Encompasse Tours homepage (http://www.encompasse.com) and click on the Trip Insurance link for more information. Trip insurance is an additional fee at your own cost if you wish to obtain it. Trip Insurance is not included in your trip package
11 PTARMIGAN SKI CLUB CONTACTS Officers Board Members Committees and Contributors President Mary Ann Bedics Vice President, Ski Jeanne Weiser Treasurer Kathy Seufert Membership Secretary Mary Laronge Recording Secretary Barb Stephens Past President Brian Nuss Elected Bill Ortner Elected Ronnie Rother Elected Joyce Gilmore Appointed Pat Combs Appointed Tim White Appointed Phil Hublitz Newsletter Editor Bill Ortner Webmaster Ronnie Rother Blue Mt. Vouchers Dale Gogel Bear Creek Vouchers Club Affiliations Eastern PA Ski Council Tom Weiser Special Olympics Dale Gogel PTARMIGAN SKI CLUB /2017 Season Membership Renewal and New Member Application Please complete this entire form including the date and your signature. Make checks payable to PTARMIGAN SKI CLUB. Send form, payment and a self-addressed stamped envelope to: Mary Laronge, 556 Parkside Court, Allentown, PA Otherwise, you may feel free to pick-up your card(s) at our monthly meetings. Last Name: First Name: Spouse: Children: Address: City: Phone: State: Zip: Sponsored By (if applicable): Print in UPPERCASE to avoid confusion) The Ptarmigan Newsletter is sent by (be sure to include your Address); however you may request a Hardcopy by including an additional $5 with your Annual Dues Check the box below. 2016/2017 Season - Membership Dues: Please Check the Appropriate Boxes Below Current Member Renewal (due May 1 st ): $16 Single $26 Family Late Renewal (after Oct 31 st ): $20 Single $30 Family Renew before Oct 31 st and Save New Member Application: $20 Single $30 Family New Memberships valid until Apr 30, 2018 $5 Additional for Hardcopy Newsletter via US Postal (everyone will get it FREE by ) Acknowledgement of Responsibility / Release of Liability: The Ptarmigan Ski Club is a year-round sports and social club providing a variety of activities for its members. Participation in these activities can involve risk and personal injury. I fully accept and understand these risks and voluntarily assume all risks either known or not readily foreseeable. I agree not to hold the Ptarmigan Ski Club, its officers, board members, or any volunteers, liable for any accident or injury resulting from my participation in any club activity. Signature: Date: Signature: Date: Note: Adult member is responsible for each named minor. Each adult must sign. Demographic Information: Age: & over Male Female Visit us online at and FACEBOOK
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