Celebrating 80 Years of Skiing and Lifelong Friendships
December 24, 2019 Vol. XIII, #9
Happy Christmas to all, and to all a goodnight!
Inside this issue:
1. CHRISTMAS WEEK HOURS.
2. .WHAT'S HAPPENING.
3. A QUIZ.
4. BELLY UP TO THE BAR SIGNUP SHEET
1. CHRISTMAS WEEK HOURS. Christmas Day there is no food of bar service..Slopes open at 1 p.m.
Beginning Thursday the clubhouse opens for breakfast at 8:30 a.m. each day through January 1, 2020. Lunch is available until 3 p.m. each day, as well. The Ticket Elf will be on duty from 8:45 a.m. until 11:15 a.m. each day. Caution should be taken to not set Sue's cinnamon rolls in arms reach of the elf, They are very fast.
2.. WHAT'S HAPPENING.
NEW MEMBER MEET N' GREET and PIZZA PARTY. Thursday evening, 5:00 p.m. in the dining room. New and seasoned members of all ages are welcome. Come and learn the secret handshake and hear about the written and unwritten rules, customs and traditions.
NEW YEAR'S EVE POTLUCK & FESTIVITIES! Plans are now coming together to bring in 2020 at the Caberfae Ski Club! Volunteer bartenders for the evening have kindly/eagerly signed up and will be ready to serve starting at 5 pm. The evening's music entertainment has been arranged and will start at 8 pm. Music will be provided by "Music by Randy." Surprise! There may be some intermittent games during the evening. Sign up is simple. Send a short email to Lou Kimball at firstname.lastname@example.org stating you are planning to attend and let her know if you can supply an appetizer or dessert for the potluck. You may also RSVP on the NYE sheet located on the bulletin board. Others, dining elsewhere, may join the festivities any time during the evening.
Hoping you will come and join in the fun
3. HERE'S A QUIZ. What is the definition of the clubhouse being open versus closed? The clubhouse is closed when the barn door is slid closed, closing off the dining room and Stag's Head Lounge. The clubhouse is open when the barn door is open and members have access to the dining room and the upstairs. This means those who have not yet lost their clubhouse key to the parking lot door, have 365/24/7 access to the round room, the ground floor restrooms, and all the lockers. If you wish a replacement key, good luck! KIDDING! Grovel to Norma email@example.com, our kind and forgiving club Secretary/Treasurer. In the spirit of the season, she will happily give you a replacement. If you've lost one to many keys, watch out for the flying monkeys.
4. BELLY UP TO THE BAR SIGNUP SHEET and become a really big deal in the Stag's Head Lounge. Just click this link https://tinyurl.com/ukyfg4x and be transported to the Official Bible of the CSC Bartending Signup Sheet. Contact Sam Hogg with any questions. His contact information is on the signup sheet.
CLUB CONTACT INFORMATION
Caberfae Ski Club web page: www.caberfaeskiclub.org
Send your favorite photo-moments from the club or the slopes to firstname.lastname@example.org
Club Wi-Fi Password: Check the bulletin board in the hall near the dining room
Caberfae Ticket Agent available Fri, Sat., & Sun. until 11:15 a.m.
Calendar of Events: www.caberfaeskiclub.org/calendar
Dinner Reservation Hotline: email@example.com
I Forgot to Make Dinner Reservation Phone Line: (231) 920-6769 (Sue’s personal cell phone)
General Caberfae Ski Club email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Caberfae Peaks Resort: www.caberfaepeaks.com
Ron Kimball, President
Shane Demek, Immediate Past President
Mary Jane Canfield, First Vice President
Paul Waug, Second Vice President, Social Chairman
Pat Bourassa, board member
Jeff Conradson, board member
Mary Jane Dewey-Canfield, board member
Tac Lee, board member
Cathy Maher, board member
Lauren Rule, board member
Club Secretary/Treasurer Norma Roelfsema
Assistant Club Treasurer David Reiser
Club Manager Sue Egelus
Club Webmaster Jim Neff
Historical Committee Bernie Bovee Paul Williams
eNewsletter Pat Goggin, editor, email@example.com