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Ski Clubs: In the House of the White Mules

Ski Clubs: In the House of the White Mules
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Ursula won her first-ever trophy for best time in the under-10 category — but the real prize was seeing her growing up surrounded by all those warm and happy faces, absolutely beaming.
The White Mountain Ski Runners is a private, invitation-only club, but several New Hampshire ski houses happily welcome new members with no personal connections or prior affiliations. For information, check the Web site of the umbrella organization, the Eastern Inter-Club Ski League:

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One Response to Ski Clubs: In the House of the White Mules

  1. Beverly Simpson November 3, 2008 at 12:59 pm #

    I’m frustrated. The only reason I registered my name to Yankee Magaqzine is to be able to e-mail to a member of my family one article from the Jan/Feb 2008 issue: Ski Houses: In a House of the White Mules. I am a member of that club. Your site appears not to allow e-mailing of articles.

    Beverly Simpson

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