Congratulations to these Cascade Mountain Patrollers on their South Central Region Awards Outstanding On Hill Instructor–Cody Jones Outstanding OEC Instructor–Jeremy McPherson Outstanding Patroller–Toni Thornton Distinguished Service Award–Randy Witt Blue Merit Star–Randy Witt 55 Year Length of Service Award–Jim Anderson
Cascade Mountain Ski Patrol Board Meeting April 25, 2017 6:00 pm-8:30 pm Lynn’s House W3933 Crown Rd, Cambria AGENDA Discussion of Patrol Challenges Staffing shifts Committee Reports Maintenance Training Education Awards Safety Recruiting Any patrol member is welcome to attend.
Congratulations to the following people for 2016-2017 Awards Outstanding OEC Instructor–Jeremy McPherson Outstanding Instructor–Cody Jones Outstanding Patroller–Toni Thornton Outstanding Candidate–Mike Schomburg Bravo Award–Jim Anderson with 275 hours Over 200 hours for the season– Bob Govett—244 hours Jeremy McPherson—209 hours Toni Thornton—207 hours Terry Mace—200 hours Dick Depies—200 hours Most Toboggan Runs–Three Way Tie at 13 […]
Congratulations to Pat Wasson and Keith Poulsen who have been elected to the Cascade Mountain Ski Patrol Board for 3 year terms!
We are looking for patrollers that might be interested in filling some positions for this season and next. Jan Westemeier wants to retire from patrolling after 30 years, at the end of this season, and will be giving up her treasurer repsonsibilities. Jan has been and continutes to be a great asset to our […]
CMSP Education Fund Guidelines The CMSP Education Fund provides financial support to CMSP members that have shown a desire to enhance their patroller skills for the betterment of CMSP Budget: To be determined by CMSP Board each year. Education Fund Committee (EFC): Determined by committee chair and CMSP Board Education Fund Scholarship (EFS) application […]
Cascade Mountain Safety and Mountain Policies WARNING to Skiers/Riders: Under Wisconsin law (Wisconsin Skier Safety Act, 2012), each person engaged in skiing/riding has a duty to do all of the following: Obey all posted warnings and signs. Keep off of closed trails and out of closed areas. Know the range of his or her […]
Being a CMSP Patroller is an important job. Cascade Mountain management, the skiing public, and your fellow crew members are counting on you to serve on your shift. The minimum requirement is: to work your shift and be on-time, every time. Poor attendance and tardiness by a few patrollers, has made it necessary for the […]