Presidents Message

A year has flown by and we are rapidly counting the days to the 25th Anniversary of PCMSC and our annual kickoff/business meeting or BASH. The Bash will be held on Friday, February 23rd at the Jeremy Ranch Country Club. The business portion of the meeting, which should take no more than 15 minutes, will include greetings, approval of minutes, financials, formal candidate nominations and voting. Then let the party begin with a wonderful dinner and socializing!

The following slate will be presented for acceptance by vote of members at the annual party.  Asterisks indicate board position changes.

President                     John Logan*
Vice-President          Dan Albano*
Secretary                     John Ritter
Treasurer                     John Miller
Past President           Jeri Brooke*
Communications      Ira Braun*
Membership               Ruth Mather*
Social                              Trixie Hoogcarspel*
TGIF                                Krystyna Kaminsky* (with Howard Cox)
Winter Sports            Ellen Sherk
Summer Sports         Chuck Mollard

With the upcoming election, this will be my last message as President. I want to thank members for giving me the opportunity to serve. Looking back on the eight and a half years that I have enjoyed participation in PCMSC club activities, I can’t help but think about the wonderful experiences I have had here in the mountains. Alpine and nordic skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, and bicycling have all enriched my life more than I would have ever guessed coming from the flat lands of Chicago where none of these activities were part of my daily life. Even more gratifying for me however, has been the clubs service as a catalyst for meeting Park City natives, ski and hiking enthusiasts, and fascinating transplants from all across the United States and around the world. I am so happy and proud to call PCMSC members my friends!
 
As PCMSC approaches its 25th Anniversary, I encourage all members to actively participate in social and recreational activities. Take time to contribute as an event leader, support, encourage and thank those who already are leading. Don’t forget, it has been said that volunteering makes you healthier by improving your moods and emotions, like optimism and joy, and strengthens the immune system. So get healthy and have some fun together with fellow PCMSC members!!

Jeri Brooke
President