5th Graders 'Ski Vermont' for Free!

Hey, Parents of 5th Graders: have you heard about this great program?

Ski Vermont is enabling these 10 and 11 year olds the opportunity to hit the slopes for free!

Just head to this web site, fill out the application for a passport and provide a recent report card proving 5th grade status.  Send the paperwork to the address given, along with a check to cover a $10.00 processing fee.

Your child will receive the passport in the mail, allowing him to ski this season at a variety of incredible mountains, including Killington, Okemo and Stowe!

It's not too late to take advantage of this program. 

Be sure to look through the black out dates!

In the past few years, as our boys - ages 9 and 11 - have gotten quite good at the sport, I've found skiing to be such a positive family activity.  We laugh and high-five as we challenge each other on new trails and we have such nice bonding time during the chair lift rides, all the while getting fresh air and exercise.

Embrace the New England cold and have fun this winter!

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