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A message from the president:

All of us in the 50 Plus Ski Club are looking forward to resuming our ski activities. We’ve been biking weekly since the spring. Several of our members recently returned from Cape Cod where they enjoyed biking on the Cape. We have several trips planned to Vermont and Massachusetts. Check our website,http://www.50plusski.org/futureActivities, for details. During ski season, we also carpool weekly from the Christopher Morley parking lot, just north of exit 36 of the LIE. With good conditions upstate, we hope to start in December and end in April. We go midweek to avoid crowds, the weather determining the specific day. Check out our Facebook page in addition to our website.

In lieu of our next meeting on December 15, many of us will be gathering for Happy Hour at Chili’s, 901 Route 110, in Farmingdale from 4:30-7:00 on Thursday, December 8. We would like to arrange for seating for our group so if you intend to attend please email Al Berlingieri, berli@aol.com. Feel free to bring a guest, just let Al know. If you decide to attend at the last minute you should still do so. Join and meet us there.

Gary Schorr President

Interested in Joining Our Club?

Come with us on our weekly day ski trips and enjoy the camaraderie of fellow skiers. See our Membership page for more information about club membership.

About our Club

The 50 Plus Ski Club was founded in 1988 to provide skiing and other activities for persons 50+ years of age. Most of our members live in either Nassau or Suffolk Counties in New York State with some members living in Westchester, Manhattan, or even farther away. Meetings are held once a month except for the summer. The main club activity is skiing but the club arranges other activities for its members, such as bicycling, our primary activity during the off season.

Most of our ski trips are midweek - either a day trip to the Catskill area resorts, or longer week trips to places like Maine, Vermont, or Colorado. Members enjoy the company of one another and appreciate the togetherness that develops on a trip. As we are not an overly large club, you will not get lost in a crowd. Some members take many trips with the club, while others may go on one ski trip a year, or just elect to participate in our bicycle outings.

To find out more about our club, check out the other pages on this website, or contact us Contact List if you have with any questions. Also see Events and Activities for upcoming events.

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