Saint clair shores ski club

Joe Richter, Staff Writer

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 Many students from Lakeview have started to join the Saint Clair Shores Ski and Snowboard Club as a way to spend their winter enjoying the snow.

 Students Jessie Luckett, ’18 and Katie Fisher, ’18 attended the club last year for the entire season and are encouraging other students to join as well. Fisher has been skiing since a young age and found the ski team as something she would be interested in.

 “I joined the ski team freshman year, because I love to ski and it’s an easy way to get to Mount Holly. It allows me to do something active Friday nights instead of just lying at home or watching television,” stated Fisher.

 The ski team is also a great way to meet new people and hang out with friends. Since the ski team involves students and young adults from all over the Metro Detroit area, it’s almost inevitable that students will meet others with similar interests.

 “It’s such a good way to hangout with my friends, and make the best of the cold while also interacting with new people. I love it; it combines two of my favorite things: friends and skiing,” stated Fisher.

 All students, regardless what experience they have skiing or snowboarding are welcome to join the club. Club starts in December and continues through the end of February with a total of ten trips all together.

   Students will have to pay a membership fee of $180 that allows them to have professional transportation each and every week, two ski lessons or one snowboard lesson and a Mt. Holly student ID card for other discounts. The card will allow them to have discounted ski Lift tickets, which will be $20 each week, along with discounted rental equipment such as helmets, skis, snowboards, and poles.

 Students will leave Civic Area on buses around 4 p.m. on Fridays and will return at midnight. They will be going to Mount Holly, which is metro Detroit’s largest resort. They will be able to enjoy 18 runs from beginner to Black diamond.

“The only thing that I would change about the team would be the fact that they got rid of the big weekend ski trip that they used to do. For a whole weekend, we would stay at the mountain and ski and snowboard,” stated Fisher.

 

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Joe Richter, Staff Writer
My name is Joe Richter, and I am a junior. This is my first year writing for the newspaper at Lakeview. Some things I enjoy are snowboarding/skiing, hiking, and traveling. I play soccer competitively for a travel soccer team and for Lakeview High School.
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