Black Mountain Ski Resort Chisholm Ski Club Trail Race Pass

Please note that any spectator on skis at any Nordic race must purchase a race spectator pass to be on course and the Nordic trails for the day.

Fee: $7.00

Tickets available at the ticket counter and at the Chisholm Ski Club Race Headquarters.

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The Red Jackets

 

CSC Club Photo 2014

 

The Chisholm Ski Club is made up of an army of volunteers dedicated to the goal of promoting sking for youth in the River Valley, Maine, New England and beyond. This page will highlight some of the people who work tirelessly behind the scenes to make this a reality. In these articles, we asked our volunteers 10 questions.

charlie leverDecember 13, 2020:

Charlie Lever does many things for the ski club in his roles at the Mountain. You will find him in the race office or maybe the alpine timing building, or maybe shoveling snow on the XC race course when we need to. Charlie has a wife Nancy and two son's, Pat and Chris. Before retirement, he served as a teacher and school principal in the Mexico and RSU 10 school district for many years.

 

1. Favorite ski area? Sunday River

2. Pets at home? A dog.

3. Favorite race at Black Mt. Alpine races/ Sassi

4. Job at events? Race headquarters/ Timing

5. Best Black Mt. memory? Watching his kids grow up at the Mt.

6.Do you still ski? Yes

7.Who started you skiing? Started on his own.

8. How long have you been a club member? 20 years

9. Red or brown dogs? Red with mustard.

10 Dream ski trip? Vail Co.

cindy kelleyDecember 6, 2020:

Cindy Kelley, lives in Mexico and is our club treasurer. She also works in the race office handing out race bibs and other tasks. A key cog in our event day team that makes things go smoothly. She has a daughter Erin and has been accountant her whole life.

1.Favorite ski area? Black Mt.

2. Pets at home? None

3. Favorite race at Black Mt.? Sassi

4. Job at events? Works in the race office.

5. Best Black Mt. memory? Erin learning to ski.

6. Do you still ski? No

7. Who started you skiing? No one but is glad Erin and grand kids enjoy the Mt.

8.How long have you been a club member? 25 years

9. Red hot dogs or brown? Red with ketchup'

10. Dram ski trip?  Anyplace in Colorado, would be a fun winter trip, someone can chose.

carlie caseyNovember 22, 2020:

Carlie Casey is a valuable member of the ski club with his official's credentials. He was a long time West Coast TD before moving East. As a FIS TD he has been around the world working ski races and not only helps our club but is a key cog in the Bethel Trails program. You can find him in the XC stadium helping with set and design or on the trail making sure the rules are followed. A great resource for the ski club!

Carlie lives in Bethel with his wife Charleen and has 3 children Jessie, Colin and Cameron. Carlie has practiced psychology for many years.

1. Your favorite ski area? Craftsbury, Vt.

2. Pets at home? None

3. Favorite BM race? Sassi

4.Job at events? Either TD, Course control or Chief of Comp.

5.Best BM memory? Night skiing, and going to the hill in his dads Saab with his 6 sibs.

6.Do you still ski? Yes

7. Who started you skiing? My folks.

8. How long have you been a club member? 20 years

9. Red or brown hot dogs? Red with mustard and relish.

10. Dream ski trip? To ski the entire length of Norway. I have done parts but not all of it.

fred baileyNovember 29, 2020:

Fred has made a mark in the ski world as he is the Eastern Officials Chair. He does the TD assignments for all of the Eastern XC races and runs clinics and helps TD'S understand rules and regs.. He also a FIS Inspector as he is able to certify ski trails for FIS events. A very lofty position. Fred is also a high level ski coach and has run several summer programs for our local skiers. Fred still is a competitive racer. Another excellent resource for our club.

Fred lives in Andover, Maine and works at the Gem and Mineral Museum in Bethel.

1. Favorite ski area? Akers Trails in Andover.

2. Pets at home? None

3. Favorite race at BM? 2007 Eastern Cup Skating race.

4. Job at events? Usually on the race course trail crew, setting tracks and course set up.

5. Best BM memory? Skiing to Swain Pond with Sue Long.

6. Do you still ski? Yes

7. Who started you skiing? My grandpa.

8. How long have you been a club member? 18 years.

9. Red or Brown hot dogs? Red with mustard.

!0. Dream ski trip? Canmore BC Canada

roger arsenaultNovember 15, 2020: Roger is the Chair of the Black Mountain Board and also a leading member of the Chisholm Ski Club. He not only looks out for the best interest of the Mountain, but is the leader of the alpine racing programs and does many jobs including timing, course setting and a multitude of other things on the slopes. He also is help with the XC races as he is on the trail crew setting tracks and marking courses, and 20 other things. Roger also knows how to shake the money tree with his contacts with the Chamber of Commerce. The Mountain  is lucky to have him around!

Roger lives in Rumford with his wife Barbara, he has two sons Steve and Brian and is one of the owners of Community Energy plumbing and heater company.

1. Favorite ski area? Black Mtn.

2. Pets at home? None

3. Favorite race at BM? Telstar Schuss

4. Job at events? You name it.

5. Best BM memory? Getting his family skiing there.

6. Do you still ski? Yes

7. Who started you skiing? Uncle Armand Arsenault

8. How long have you been a club member? 60 years.

9. Red or Brown hot dogs? Red with Mustard and relish.

10. Dream ski trip? Chichock in Canada and Utah.

Thank you Volunteers