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Snow Jam info and Permission Slip

Snow Jam info and Permission Slip

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Published by Phil de Martimprey
All you need to know for the trip that will start the year off right!
All you need to know for the trip that will start the year off right!

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Published by: Phil de Martimprey on Dec 27, 2012
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2013 High school / College Snow Jam
 
Brian Head Utah!!!
 
INFORMATION SHEET
 
*Space is limited, and it is on a first-come, first served basis. All deposits are NON-REFUNDABLE.
 
TIME / DATE:
-Leave Thursday afternoon, Feb. 14
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from Grace Church @ 2:30pm, for Brian Head!
 
-Return to Grace, Monday Feb 18 around 7pm
 
(We‟ll make every effort to call parents if it looks like we will be early or late at the number you have
provided.)
 
*
You will need to drop off your stuff in the youth building BY Wednesday the 13th before 5pm.Make sure you have your money/purse/wallet/ID with you. There will be no access to packedbags/gear until we arrive in June.
 
COST:
-$285* (non-Refundable $50 DEPOSIT DUE Jan. 6th / REMAINDER DUE BY Feb 3rd)
 
-INCLUDES: Transportation, 4 days/4 nights lodging, all meals once we arrive, 3 days lift tix.
 
-DOES NOT INCLUDE: 3 meals on the road, rentals/lessons, extra spending money, any damage torooms and/or equipment.
 
* IF YOU REQUIRE RENTAL EQUIPMENT: MAKE SURE YOU MARK ON PERMISSIONSLIP/$285 DOES NOT INCLUDE RENTAL IF NEEDED.
 
BRING:
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Money for 3 meals on the road (Don‟t pack this in your bag!), all your toiletries (don‟t need to bring
sleeping bags or towels), snow gear, clothes you can layer in case it is hot or really cold. Brian Headis at a high elevation and can reach extremely cold temperatures during the morning and evening,pads are recommended- especially helmets!, MODEST apparel
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DON’T BRING:
 Alcohol/tobacco, weapons, drugs, lighters/matches, inappropriate music/magazines,e
 
GUIDELINES:
-Stay in groups of at least 4 people at all times.
 
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No guys in girl‟s cabins and vice versa,
you need to attend ALL group meetings and meals.
 
-Listen to leaders, respect others and their property.
 
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Don‟t damage rooms or equipment
- you are responsible.
 
-If you get hurt, go immediately to ski patrol. If someone is unable to move, leave a person with them,
and send one or two to ski patrol for help. Notify a leader immediately. Don‟t move anyone who has
a neck injury.
 
-No one is allowed to go out of the designated ski resort area (Ex.-
“backcountry riding”)
 
TIPS:
-Dress in layers, and be ready for hot or very cold. Bring very good gloves and a helmet/hat. Mostbody heat is lost through your head. Waterproof proof your gear before the trip if it needs it.
 
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Remember sunscreen, lip balm, sunglasses/goggles, etc. It‟s difficult to ride without goggles when it
gets cold, windy or snowy.
 
-Borrowing equipment is not recommended. If you do borrow equipment however, make sure that ithas been properly adjusted for your ability level and weight.
 
-The person downhill from you ALWAYS has the right of way.-Always use a leash on snowboards.
 
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Do not attempt to latch your binding on the lift. It‟s dangerous, and you may be kicked out for doing
it. Do not jump off of a lift at any time- same reasons.
 
-Be careful and know your skill level. Start slow- especially the first day.
 
-Skiing/snowboarding off trail is not for beginners, and is off limits for anyone not wearing a helmet.

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