Northeast Ski Slopes in Corinth, VT, is looking for Volunteers
With summer behind us and looking ahead to another season of wholesome
outdoor winter fun, this is your chance to get to know Northeast Ski Slopes
in Corinth, VT.
Providing affordable local skiing since 1936, this non-profit gem nestled
in the lovely Vermont hills is the nation’s longest continuously and
entirely volunteer-run rope tow! An amazing thing, if you think about it.
If you’ve been trying to find a place where you can give back to your
community, something you can do outside while keeping alive a tradition of
happy faces enjoying the best of Vermont winters, this is your place. We’d
love to have you onboard!
There will be some trail clearing and other prep workdays on Saturday
October 10, and Saturday October 17, from 9:00-1:00, if you’d like to stop
in, lend a hand (with work gloves, loppers and weed whackers) while getting
a taste of what we’re about.
Then, we have a T-bar and a small rope tow, and for these, we always need
operators. In early December, there will be several insurance-mandated
Please email*: firstname.lastname@example.org
* (or call Carl at 802-439-6731) to get
on the volunteer list and keep up with trainings, events, and calls for
volunteers as the season ramps up.
For more info, visit www.northeastslopes.org