CT Region Awards Banquet

June 16, 2020: It is important to recognize the achievements of our patrollers. Presenting awards in front of our peers is one way we do this in our region. There are many deserving patrollers worthy of this recognition. Help us to find the most appropriate way to celebrate their achievements.

Please share your thoughts on our 2019-2020 Season Awards Banquet. It will only take a few minutes to complete this short survey. Or if you would rather contact us directly, you can email your comments to Skip. Thank you!


June 6, 2020: I got a very touching email from Chuck and Linda Boyd today, and it really struck a chord with me. We should be gathering together at the Manor Inn, enjoying each other's company and celebrating achievements.


We sometimes get so caught up in what is going on in our world today, and there is certainly enough to deal with, that it is easy to set aside some of life's simple joys and pleasures, those things we often take for granted. 

One of the things that makes patrolling so special for me, and I suspect for many other patrollers as well, is the camaraderie that develops from a shared love of serving others, the outdoors, snowsports, learning from one-another, helping others learn new skills, the list goes on. We flourish when we're working together, whether it is patient care, safety on the hill, figuring out how to re-invent patrolling in the wake of a pandemic or how to be more respectful, inclusive of others who may, on the surface, seem to be different. By valuing diversity, in all of its forms, we can move forward in ways we can never imagine alone. 

All of this is to say that I miss you all. The Awards Banquet is a time to re-connect with one another and to recognize and celebrate the achievements of our fellow patrollers. While it may not change the course of the world, it is important nonetheless, and we are working hard to find a way to hold our annual CT Region Awards Banquet--Sometime, somewhere. Stay Tuned.


Stay Safe and continue to Respect Others.

Skip Mudge


Given the uncertainty with respect to COVID-19, please check back here frequently for updates. We will also send an e-Blast to the region with any changes.


We don't know, right now. This is on hold as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold. Our mindset is a postponement, not a cancellation.



Manor Inn, 1636 Meriden-Waterbury Tpke, Plantsville, CT



Reconnect and enjoy the company of our Ski Patrol brothers and sisters (and their families). Have a great dinner. Congratulate those who have gone above and beyond this past season.


What's To Eat?

Social Hour: Cheese, Pepperoni & Crackers, Cash Bar

Buffet Dinner: Tossed Green Salad, Ziti, Eggplant Parmigiana, Stuffed Fillet of Sole, Chicken Francaise, Beef Tips Marsala w/ Mushrooms, Oven Roasted Potatoes, Vegetable du Jour, Soda, Coffee, Tea, Dessert

Vegetarian Meal available upon request

Sounds, Great. So How Do I Sign Up?

Send a check (payable to CT Region NSP) to Liz Fenner, 260 Annelise Ave, Southington, CT 06489 for $36 per person. 

For CT NSP Regional  information contact:

Skip Mudge

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