Thursday, April 20, 2017

PAXC Annual General Meeting Thursday April 27th, 2017



Every member is encouraged to join the executive of PAXC to its Annual Meeting: 7:00 pm, April 27th, 2017, CSC Jeanne-Lajoie. Address: 1257 Pembroke St West; room 119

It is a great opportunity to bring suggestions and ideas, and consider giving of your time as a volunteer for various tasks.

Agenda:

1. Welcome – Christian
            - Motion: accept agenda

2. Registrations: Alicia

3. Trail report, equipment : Steve

4. Ski School report: Russ

5. Race Team report: René

6. Survey results: discussion; priorities arising from the survey and from comments

7. Financial report: Scott
            - motion: accept financial report

 8. Financial forecast: Scott; discussion, questions; voting on membership cost

 9. Election of Directors: Christian
- motion: accept director list for 2017-2018

10. Other items to discuss:
- Paraphernalia (Damien)
- Fat Bike (Damien)
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11. Adjournment

We hope to see you there, to prepare for the next ski season!

Christian Renault

Sunday, April 09, 2017

Sunday April 9th

Green trail was groomed for skate this morning.  The classic track was set yesterday.  Snow coverage is still very good on the green, no rocks or bare spots yet.


Saturday, April 08, 2017

Survey and AGM

See post below for link to our member survey and date for Annual General Meeting.

Saturday grooming

The green is groomed for skate and classic

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Survey and AGM

To help planning for next year and to support PAXC application for grants, we have a few questions for you. Your input is highly valued, so please take a few minutes to fill out this survey.

(If the link doesn't work, try this URL in your address bar - http://fluidsurveys.com/surveys/alicia-DCp/copy-paxc-annual-survey-2016-17/)

We are also planning to hold the club's Annual General Meeting on April 27th, 7:00pm.  Location to be determined.

Thanks very much. If there are any questions, please don't hesitate to reach me at aliciaberthiaum(at)yahoo.ca


Sunday, January 22, 2017

Equipment Program for Ski School Parents

Gearheads of Petawawa ½ Back Program Details for Junior products


In addition to our new seasonal rental program for junior products. We have started a new program with the hope that it will make it easier for parents to purchase proper fitting equipment, it will allow you to return any junior ski, boot, pole or board that was purchased at our store within 12-24months to be used towards purchasing new proper fitting equipment as yours kids grow.
Purchase any Junior Alpine, Nordic or Snowboard equipment at regular price or sale price.
Return the product within 12 months receive 50% of the Price PAID before tax back in store credit.
Return the product within 24 months receive 25% of the Price PAID before tax in store credit.
The returned product must be in reasonable condition and not requiring major repairs, if so this will be deducted from credit value at current shop rates, regular tuning and waxing excluded.
This program is only applicable to Junior equipment (not clothing, helmets or goggles), but store credit may be used to purchase adult equipment or any products in the store

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Alpine Snow Machine Stolen

Hey club members, our old white and black Skidoo Alpine snow machine was stolen in the past day or two.  Looks like they cut the chain, drove over the snowbank and loaded it in a trailer in the parking lot.  Be on the lookout and spread the word.  Call me or the police if you have ideas 613-735-7839.

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Register now!

The "Membership in PAXC" tab above has been updated and will bring you to the online registration site to get your season membership.  Well over 100 members so far this season!

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Ski season has begun!

Rene has packed and trackset the green and light green trails.  Unfortunately someone drove a truck on one section of the trail, but skiing is still quite good for November.

The parking lot and part of entrance to ski trails is roughly plowed out as we await delivery of a new storage container for grooming equipment.  There are also some logs piled in the main parking lot and on part of the blue trail.  Please don't park near the log piles or their fuel tank as they will be removed soon.  The loggers were very helpful in cutting some specific trees that we wanted removed to improve our trails.  They also scheduled their operations so as to minimise conflict with the busier summer mountain bike and winter ski seasons, and made efforts to keep debris off the trails.

Remember to register online for your club membership soon while the early-bird rate is still in effect.