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[Fwd: Windblown]

From: Anne
Sent on: Saturday, November 28, 2009 6:43 PM
Thought this might be of relevance and interest to the group, given that 
Windblown has been among the closest groomed cross-country ski areas to 
the Greater Boston area.   Hope this area can be saved.

Think snow!


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: 	Windblown
Date: 	Fri, 27 Nov[masked]:48:03 -0500
From: 	Marshall Randolph <[address removed]>
To: 	Marshall Randolph <[address removed]>

Dear Tuesday Night Racers,

Many of you have asked what you can do to help keep Windblown open after
this winter.  There are now two important things you can do:

(1) Visit <http://www.nordic...;­ and make a
pledge to support the Central New
England Nordic Council's effort to keep Windblown open.  Your pledge of
financial support to the non-profit CNENC in any amount demonstrates to
other potential funders the desire of this community to preserve and improve
this important facility.

(2) Attend an informational meeting about the project.  We will be holding a
meeting at Weston Ski Track at 7:30 on Wednesday, Dec. 2 to talk about
exciting progress of the project - including snowmaking and new John
Morton-designed trails, its future directions, and how you can become
involved in building a new future for

CNENC is a non-profit organization of Nordic skiers from the Greater Boston
and Southern New Hampshire area.  We've developed an extensive plan to
preserve Windblown and create a regional center for ski education, training
and racing in our region.  As you may know, the Windblown property in
New Ipswich NH is now on
the market for development and was recently featured in Yankee Magazine as a
potential "trophy" property.  Without prompt action, we may lose this unique
opportunity to develop a first-class facility for skiing.  Please visit <http://www.nordic...;­ to learn more and make a
pledge.  We hope to see you on
Dec. 2nd!

If you have questions in the meantime just drop me an email.

Rob Bradlee


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