Alumni Ski Day at Waterville Valley-CANCELLED

January 20th, 2007 by Adam

THIS EVENT WAS CANCELLED DUE TO LACK OF RESERVATIONS.


Come for the day or the weekend! When you need a break from skiing on Saturday or Sunday, cheer on the PSU ski team
as they race! At 4:00 p.m. Saturday join us for an Après Ski reception at the Coyote Grill.

We have reserved a limited
number of rooms for the weekend ranging from $159.90 to $369.00 for Friday and Saturday night. They accommodate from
2 to 8 people. In addition, you can get lift tickets and rentals lessons & food vouchers, if you should need them, at reduced rates.

This event is sponsored by the PSUAA.

Costs vary. See form.

RSVPs are necessary. Please call by 12/15/2006.

For form Click Here .

As always, the Office of Alumni Relations welcomes your comments, answers your questions and takes reservations
for events. 800/772-2620 or 603/535-2589

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