By Keith McNeill
More than 450 people ended the season by taking part in a Family Fun Day at Clearwater ski hill on Sunday, March 25.
Activities included kids’ games and races on the bunny hill, games and activities for kids of all ages on the porch, slalom ski races on the main ski hill, dummy races, and the notorious slush pit.
According to a club member, the ski hill was open for 35 days this ski season, including school days and public days. This compares to 15 days last year, zero the year before, and eight the year before that.
Students from local elementary schools get ski lessons during the school days at the ski hill. Because of the length of the season, several youngsters got two lessons this year.