Pico Ski Club Membership renewal for the 2014-15 season is now open through September 30, 2014.
Annual dues are $150 for the first family member and $40 for each additional family member. For example, a family of four pays $270. Family members are defined as applicant, spouse and all children under 22 years of age. If your kids participate in the Pico Ski Club Race Programs, you must renew your annual membership prior to registering your kids for 2014-15 season race programs.
Please CLICK HERE to renew your 2014-15 Pico Ski Club Membership.
Membership Renewal Instructions
Please follow these instructions when renewing your 2014-15 Pico Ski Club Annual Membership. Remember, you will need your login email and password. If you don’t remember your password, please use the “Forgot Your Password” recovery link to have the system email your password.
After clicking on the link to the AdminSports.com registration page. Please SELECT “Login” under “Returning User”
Enter your email and password and then SELECT “Login"
Family Information Page
Thanks to the nine volunteers for the Pico Ski Club paint day on Saturday, June 7!
We accomplished a number of projects, including the front overhang as well as entrance ways, concrete walls, picnic table, wood racks, windows trimmed and touch up around the building.
We still have approximately 30-40 hours of projects to be completed late summer/early fall, and will be announcing upcoming work days to accomplish these additional tasks.
As we know, volunteers are what makes the Pico Ski Club tick. Without people pitching in, giving their time, and helping to make events happen, it wouldn’t be the organization it is.
Helen Kinsman and Linda Lambert, Social Co-Chairs, would like to thank the following members for their willingness to volunteer their time during the Harvest Social, Wine and Cheeses, Pot Luck dinners, and the Spring Fling events held this season.
Margo Jones Doris Truex
Jessica Anderson Pat Cuddy
Martha Congdon Susannah Lofredo
Club Clean Up, originally scheduled for Saturday, April 5, has been postponed. So grab your skis and enjoy a BONUS day on the mountain!
The Pico Ski Club has been a successful organization for more than 60 years because members volunteer for numerous activities and events, such as the annual Ski Swap, Social Activities, Club Maintenance, Race Crew, etc.
Additionally, membership dues are affordable because everyone is pitching in. Every year when you renew your membership, you’re asked to indicate which event and/or activities you would be willing to assist. Unfortunately though, many members have failed to fulfill their volunteer commitments when called upon by the various committee chairs. The failure of the membership to lend a hand increases the time commitment and pressure for those that do volunteer on a regular basis.
Without volunteer support from the membership, the Pico Ski Club may ultimately have to reduce the benefits afforded to the membership. This could mean fewer Social Events, overall reduction in Ski Swap hours and dates, and deferred maintenance projects that in the long run could end up costing the club thousands of dollars.
We had a work morning November 30th with the intent of building five new picnic tables for the ski club. But as a result of 15 members showing up – we got a WHOLE lot more accomplished. Maintenance volunteers Adam Loffredo, Bruce Bentley, Mike Roussel, Bill Canfield, Fabio Rosi, Mike O’Hare, Barry Cupoli, Dan Nelson, John McClallen, Mike Brady, Rich Westburg, Jeff Lockwood, Kevin Vest, Alden Franzoni and I had a very productive morning. It’s always great to see new members jumping in to help the veterans. The cross section of skills enabled us to tackle projects upstairs, downstairs as well as outside.
A reminder to all members who signed up for club maintenance in your membership renewal – we’ll hold a 30 minute organizational meeting December 14th in the basement of the ski club at 2 p.m..
As a result of a growing membership and successful race program, we’re expecting many busy weekends in the club. For this reason we’ve added (6) tables downstairs with plans to install shelves for boot bags/coats, improved lighting/heating and more. We hope to see this area used by all members should the main floor be crowded.