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Closed for the season

Unfortunately, this March has been the driest one I can remember in a long time. The golf course has re-opened for golfers, and has requested that Woodmoor Nordic Nonprofit pull all of our ski trail signs and move our rental gear out of the golf pro shop.

Woodmoor Nordic memberships/season passes for next winter are already available for purchase online, and if bought before 1 June, you'll be paying a discounted rate as our board has approved the first season pass cost increase since we started back in 2015, due to the increased cost of gas (and everything else). We are also looking to buy a new grooming device for better trail grooming, which must be ordered early this summer to have in place for next winter. This season brought in enough money to cover roughly half the cost of this new groomer, and we are hoping that the early purchase of next winter's memberships/season passes will cover the rest.

I'm guessing that our local winter snowfall will only be ~50% of normal, especially given our dry weather these past few weeks. Let's hope for a real winter (and more than 26 local ski days) next winter!

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