REGISTRATION IS CLOSED FOR 2013 SEASON IS CLOSED
Please email Mark Pollard at Pspice@earthlink.net to be place on a waitlist.
Registration for the 2013 season of the Western Mass Bill Koch League is upon us. The program will be held on Sundays from 2-4 at Notchview Reservation in Windsor, from early January through to early March. New this year, every kid who registers will receive a Berkshire Trails Club Ski Hat!
Welcome to our online registration form. We hope you will find it to be a quick and convenient way to register with our club. When you have finished entering your information you will have the option of paying your club membership online using PayPal or a credit card, or by mailing us a check. Trustees of Reservations Membership: Notchview Reservation in Windsor, MA, where our club is hosted, is a part of The Trustees of Reservations (TheTrustees.org). In order to participate in the Berkshire Trails Bill Koch Youth Ski League, all families must maintain an active Trustees membership. As part of your (tax deductible) membership in The Trustees, Berkshire Trails members are provided with a family ski pass, good for the entire season of skiing at Notchview. Families that are not current members of The Trustees, can join or renew their membership online at TheTrustees.org/membership/ ..or by phone at 978-921-1944 (M-F 9-5; press 3 for membership). If you have questions about Trustees membership, contact Jim Caffrey at Notchview (email@example.com).
There are a limited number of spaces available in the program. If your child was in the program last year or on the wait list, you have the first opportunity to register for the program. We will open registration on October 1st. If you choose to not take advantage of early registration, there might not be a spot available for your child, so please register early to ensure your spot. As we approach our enrollment limit we will send an email to all the families on our list warning them .
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED FOR 2013
It takes a village…
Please remember the Bill Koch program is a completely parent run, volunteer organization and every family is expected to volunteer in some capacity. In order to ensure that every child has a positive experience, we especially need more coaches, assistant coaches and parent helpers. Parent helpers are an integral part and enthusiasm is the only requirement. In addition, we need parent help with administrative tasks and someone who will coordinate the closet rentals and waxing before the Sunday sessions. Let me know how you can help!
Here’s to a great season.
See the Ski Group Requirements to see which group you’d prefer.