Copper Country Ski Tigers is looking for individuals interested in coaching high school or middle school age kids. For more details on the positions available click here.
Ski Tigers has become one of the model club in the Midwest and one of
the leading local youth programs on the strength and involvement of its
members. Please join us for Ski Tigers' annual membership meeting. We
will be reporting on 2018 and looking ahead to 2019.
Consider joining the club Board of Directors or one of the many
committees responsible for putting on Ski Tigers' programming. Investing
a few hours a month makes it possible for our club to deliver such
incredible instruction and events. Contact any current board member for
Date: Monday, May 7
Time: 7:00-8:30 PM
Location: MTEC SmartZone Powerhouse - Map: https://goo.gl/maps/N4Ax8A5xJR82
Park on side entrance and enter the west side door
Annual Membership Meeting
1. 2018 Membership Report
2. 2018 Financial Report
3. 2019 Strategic Initiatives
4. Election of Board Members
5. Election of Officers
6. Review April meeting minutes
7. Treasurer's report
8. 2018-19 Calendar of Events and Milestones
9. Club Committee Structure
Hello Ski Tigers!
We’ve had an excellent season so far, and tomorrow night is the first of our three exclamation points that finishes out our ski season . . . the Jr. Bear Chase!
Your registration with the Ski Tigers program includes the Jr. Bear Chase, so your fees are already covered.
We have four awesome races planned:
Medals will be given to all finishers and awards given to the 1st Place finishers.
Registration will be held between 4:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. on Friday 3/9 at the Swedetown Chalet. Come upstairs to fill out a form and get your race bib. The first race will start at 5:30 with the 1k Classic U8. The rest will start every 5 minutes after that.
I’m looking forward to seeing you on the snow tomorrow!
D. J. Rasner
Jr. Bear Chase Coordinator
Ski Tiger Youth Program members,
Unfortunately, the predicted temperatures have dropped and the wind has
pickup up enough to result in wind chills of -15F at 11 am today. Since
this is clearly beyond the limits of our Youth Program weather policy,
today's session is canceled.
Distribution of this year's awesome Ski Tigers t-shirt will move to Jan
20th at Swedetown.
CCST Board President
The board has been watching the weather forecast for tomorrow's Youth Program session. Air temperature is predicted to be within acceptable limits and have been warming all week. The predicted wind chill is right on the edge of -10F depending on your weather source.
With the variation in predictions and the light winds expected, at this time we still plan to hold Youth Program ski sessions at Michigan Tech tomorrow 11 am - 12 noon. We will continue to monitor the weather and and communicate a final decision to you no later than 8 am tomorrow (Saturday) via email lists and Facebook.
Thank you for understanding in the case where we are right on the limits of our weather policy (http://www.skitigers.com/faq-youth-program.html).
Skiers & Parents!
New this year we are offering Ski Tiger apparel and other fun items for purchase! The storefront will be open through 12/15/2017.
Orders can be placed online here: shop.fancloth.com/49931/343880
Contact email@example.com if you have questions.
October 28th at the Houghton High School Multipurpose Room
Sale opens at 10am
Drop off items to be sold on either Friday (10/27) from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. or Saturday (10/28) 8:30 to 9:45 a.m. Sale begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday and ends at noon. Sellers pick up unsold items and/or payment from 12:30 to 1:30 pm.
The annual gear sale is a great place to recycle Nordic ski equipment and other recreational gear by buying and/or selling. Buyers find great bargains on used gear. Sellers pay just 15 percent commission per item for the convenience, with a maximum of $50 commission per item regardless of price. All proceeds are used to support the successful Copper Country Ski Tigers racing team (State Champions 5-years running).
Ski Tigers will only be hosting one gear sale this year and this is it! Baked goods will also be available for sale, Ski coaches will be available to answer questions on appropriate size skis for youth skiers or general questions about the Ski Tiger program.
All proceeds help support the Ski Tiger Race teams!
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello Ski Tiger families-
It's hard to believe that another great season has come to a close and the Picnic in the Snow is already upon us!
Cross Country sports will be providing hot dogs and all of the fixings. In order to make the picnic a success, we need a few things from you:
1) Three volunteers to help haul food and equipment and cook hot dogs. These folks will be needed at 10:00 a.m. SHARP (let's call it 9:55) at the M203 trailhead for Swedetown. Rick at CCS mentioned that in the past, volunteers have been late almost every year. If you are a *timely* person and still need some volunteer hours for the organization, please let Tracy Webb or Kevin Hubert know that you're available to meet Rick at 9:59 on Saturday and be ready to haul and cook. PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY.
2) Some food donations, similar to this past weekend's Tiger Games. Please bring something to pass. Think: clementines, apple slices, veggie tray, pretzels, etc... things that can be eaten without utensils. Keep in mind that what goes in must also come out, so try to keep waste/wrappers/etc. to a minimum.
3) Everyone is then invited to be at the M203 trailhead to Swedetown at 11am on this Saturday. The trailhead is about 4 miles from the intersection of US 41 in Calumet or is easily accessed from the Hancock side also.
Directions and more information can be found here: Picnic in the Snow
Thanks again for your participation. I look forward to celebrating with you on Saturday!
Traci Webb & Kevin Hubert
HOUGHTON – The Copper Country Ski Tigers are holding their annual used outdoor gear swap Saturday, April 22, 2017 at the Houghton High School multi-purpose room. Buy and sell outdoor gear – bikes, kayaks, canoes, camping gear, skis, snowboards and outdoor clothing or any other item for the silent sports enthusiast.
Drop off items to be sold on either Friday (4/21) from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. or Saturday (4/22) 9:00 to 9:45 a.m. Sale begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday and ends at noon. Pick up unsold items and/or checks for sold equipment from 1-2 p.m. Saturday. There is a 15% commission, with a $50 maximum, charged on all items sold. All proceeds are used to support the very successful Cooper Country Ski Tigers racing team (State Champions 5-years running).
The Ski Tigers will also summer wax your skis and snowboards for a nominal fee. For more information, contact Rod Chimner 370-4757 or Sigrid Resh 369-4757.
We regret to say the 2017 Junior Bear Chase is cancelled due to windchill below -10F forecast during the event. The safety of our club members and all event participants and volunteers is our foremost concern. We appreciate the support of all who are involved in the event and invite you to our Ski Tiger Games next weekend. Check www.skitigers.com for up to date information.