Jackrabbits News - 2016

Hopping into Jackrabbit season

The Jackrabbit program starts in a little over 2 months! Wow! Stay tuned for when to start doing snow dances!

We look forward to seeing many of you at our registration day on November 28 at the Burrow from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. If you can’t make it out to registration, you can still register by printing a registration form and dropping it off with payment at the White Squall Town Store. Registration closes on December 17, 2015. The first day of Jackrabbit is January 2, 2016.

More information regarding the GNSCC Jackrabbit program can be found at: http://www.georgiannordic.com/index.php/programs/jackrabbits

Jackrabbit welcomes pre-school and elementary school skiers from ages 3 to 13. Parents need to ski with kids aged 6 and under. In Level 4, skiers are introduced to skate skiing. Skiers in this level need skate-specific equipment. Talk to us if you are not sure what you should be looking for.

We are excited to be welcoming back many of our PSHS ski coaches. They are a fun, enthusiastic, and energetic bunch and add tremendous vitality to our program.

We are once again looking for coaches and assistant coaches. We are always in need of coaches of all ages and will provide guidance, training, and support to people who are new to the program. Get in touch with us immediately if you are interested in being part of our coaching group.

Finally, as all good organizations change, so too does the GNSCC Jackrabbit program. We are still looking for an interested coach to take on a coordinator role for the 2016 year (i.e. this ski season). A new coordinator would work with our current coordinator and is ideally someone who has familiarity with the program as a parent or a coach. Please think over this opportunity to help in guiding the direction that the club and youth programs will go in future years.

Please email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or phone Graham (705-378-1963) for more information.

See you on the trails!

Graham