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If you're new here, check out the awesome membership benefits! Everyone can easily benefit from a PSA membership, even season pass holders and non-skiers/boarders!

First PSA Trip of the Season

PSA Trip to Snowbasin - Saturday DECEMBER 14th

First Youth Bus of the Year!
Bus Pickup: Dick’s Parking Lot Dec. 14, 2014; 6:00 am sharp
Bus Return: Dick’s Parking Lot Dec. 14, 2014;7:00 pm (approx.)

Register at : Barries or East Fork Bikes

Registration Deadline: Dec 12, 2013 More Info: Dan H. 233-0713

Ticket Rates: (Bus Included)
Youth: (18 & under) $ 40.00
College Student (W/ID): $ 52.00
Adult: $ 59.00

Bunny Hill Ticket and Lesson: $ 59.00

Trip to Switzerland in February 2014 open to ISC members

Idaho Falls Ski Club has opened their trip to Switzerland in February 2014 to all ISC members (15 Oct is the targeted sign-up deadline). Those wishing to sign up should inform the trip coordinator (Jim Rose) of your PSA affiliation upon sign up.

Pebble Creek Ski Patrol Shelter Plans

Dear Ski Friends,

The Pebble Creek Ski Patrol is a volunteer organization that provides first aid and rescue services to skiers. We built our original first aid building and we purchased all of our first aid supplies and toboggans, as the ski hill is unable to financially assist us. Each patroller donates over 140 hours of volunteer first aid service per year to keep the ski area safe. Years ago we fund raised and built our current ski shelter but now we need more space on the top of the ski area in order to

A Bit of PSA History

Who were Stacy and Jessie Smith?

Stacy Smith was an avid skier who perfected his style at Lead Draw, near Scout Mountain, Skyline, and Sun Valley. He and Jessie parked a small trailer in the Wood River campground (by the old steel bridge) near Ketchum. They spent weekends skiing on the runs of

Exploring the Big Sky

The reports received are good from those that went on the Big Sky weekend trip (22-23 Jan). Some proof was provided:

Tait Beebe in hover mode - pic by Mark Porter

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