FIS Night Slalom winners from last season. From left to right: in second place, Asher Jordon with the BC Team, in first place, Jamie Cassleman with the Alberta Team and in third place, Kevin Cochrane with the Alberta Team (Corey Bullock/Kimberley Bulletin file).

Community Day at Kimberley Alpine Resort

Proceeds from this year’s BBQ will go towards Kimberley skier Jamie Casselman

Kimberley Alpine Resort is continuing their tradition of thanking the community with their annual Community Day; a free day of skiing and snowboarding on Sunday, January 13, 2019.

Burgers will be available for $3 and proceeds will go towards supporting Jamie Casselman – a Kimberley native and member of the Canadian National Alpine Development Team. Residents can go to Guest Services and receive a voucher for their burger.

RELATED: Kimberley native Jamie Casselman wins FIS Night Slalom event

Telus Winter Sports School will offer 20 per cent off group lessons for all ages and ability levels and 40 to 50 per cent off one hour, two hour, three hour or four hour private lessons. Rentals will also be discounted at 20 per cent for those in group and private lessons. Lessons must be booked 48 hours in advance and are subject to availability. To book your lesson call 250.432.0315.

Photo ID and proof of local residency (driver’s license, pay stub etc.) are required to receive the free lift ticket. Complimentary tickets can be picked up at Guest Services and are available to residents of Canal Flats, Skookumchuk, Meadowbrook, TaTa Creek, Kimberley, Marysville, Wasa, Wycliffe, Moyie, Wardner and Cranbook.



corey.bullock@kimberleybulletin.com

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