Big Sky Ski Education Foundation

A group of BSSEF athletes enjoy their summer camp in the Beartooth Pass. PHOTO COURTESY BSSEF FACEBOOK

Let them ski

June 24 was decision day. The Big Sky Ski Education Foundation (BSSEF) had a difficult task of deciding whether to close their annual firework stand due to fire danger in the area. They eventually decided to do so in a press release sent out on the morning of June 24.

The Big Sky Ski Education Foundation license plate involves a $20 Donation to Sponsor, $10 Administration Cost, $10 Production Cost and $20 Renewal Donation. PHOTO COURTESY MTDMV

Save the plates

A gigantic binder can be found during any visit to the Gallatin County Motor Vehicle Department. That binder is full of speciality license plate options – a major revenue stream for nonprofit organizations in the state.

Tess Lewison with the Flathead Valley Ski Education Foundation comes through the super-G gates on Hangman’s during the recent Lone Peak Speed Series. PHOTO BY DAVID MADISON

Students of speed

It’s the second day of “speed camp” and Jeremy Ueland is the designated “dye guy.” He skis off the Ramcharger lift with a plastic tank and a spray wand like the kind you use to zap daffodils and other weeds on your lawn. 

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