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1A Lincoln Avenue
Albany, NY 12205
phone: 518-452-6095 firstname.lastname@example.org description PSIA-E Nordic represents teachers, instructors, coaches, outing clubs, guides, group leaders, youth groups and outdoor enthusiasts involved in furthering their education and becoming certified instructors in two separate disciplines: Nordic Downhill (Telemark Skiing) and Track/Skate(Cross Country Skiing).
PO Box 775143
Steamboat Springs, CO 80477
phone: 970-879-8335 email@example.com www.psia-rm.org description Professional Ski Instructors of America-Rocky Mountain-American Association of Snowboard Instructors is a membership organization whose mission is to provide excellence in education and membership services while maintaining fiscal responsibility and promoting professionalism to the public and the ski industry.
The formation of an educational foundation for the organization was realized on July 28, 1988 with the formation of Rocky Mountain Ski Instructors Educational Foundation, which is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation. The foundation is involved in production of videos and publications for training and certification, safety and risk awareness and scholarships for instructors and their families.
Ski for Light, Inc.
1455 West Lake Street
Minneapolis, MN 55408
phone: 612-827-3232 firstname.lastname@example.org www.sfl.org description An all-volunteer, non-profit, organization founded in 1975 whose mission is to teach blind, visually- and mobility-impaired adults how to cross-country ski, in an atmosphere that encourages participants to realize the only true limitations they face because of their disability are the limitations they place on themselves.
Each year SFL conducts a week-long event where these disabled adults are taught the basics of cross-country skiing. The event attracts upwards of 300 participants and guides. The location of the event changes from year to year in an effort to spread the SFL philosophy and idea to as many parts of the country as possible.
SnowSports Industries America
8377-B Greensboro Drive
McLean, VA 22102
phone: 703-556-9020 email@example.com www.snowsports.org description SnowSports Industries America (SIA) is the national not-for-profit, member-owned trade association representing the winter sports industry. Est. 1954, SIA annually produces the SIA SnowSports Trade Show, the largest winter sports industry trade show, while delivering invaluable data, support, marketing products, and programs.
SIA continues to work collectively with our members, reps, retailers, resorts, regional and national associations and Buying Groups. Guidance from these different sectors of the industry make SIA what it is today; an organization with the goal of moving more product, getting more people on snow and giving them the best experience.
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PO Box 7566
Portland, ME 04112
phone: 207-871-5700 firstname.lastname@example.org www.winterkids.org description WinterKids is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to helping children develop lifelong habits of health, education, and physical fitness through participation in outdoor winter activities.WinterKids Guide to Outdoor Active Learning - Engages students with active and scholastically challenging outdoor winter lessons. Aligned with National Education Standards, the Guide to Outdoor Active Learning
offers interdisciplinary lessons in a variety of subjects for grades K-12 with a complete adapted
component for disabled children. WinterKids SnowSchool - Takes the classroom to the mountain, providing opportunities for students to learn an academic lesson while having fun and developing a healthy lifestyle at the same time. The alpine program rolled out nationally during the 2004-2005 season and SnowSchool for Nordic Centers was introduced during the 2005-2006 season.