Grumman Ski Club
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We are a Long Island based ski club founded in 1962. We have over 400 members. The club owns a lodge in Ludlow, Vermont. Our home mountain is Okemo which is approximately 1 mile away. We have general meetings twice a month during the ski season at the Knights of Columbus in Deer Park, NY USA. Our club is involved in many activities throughout the year. We are involved with trips, racing, social activities and the promotion of the sport of skiing.
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History of the Club Ski Club Events Calendar of Events (incl. meeting dates) Membership
Upcoming Ski Trips Social Activities Links of General Interest
How to join the Grumman Ski Club Membership Conversion
Directions to our Lodge in Vermont Member Liability Release Form Bus Trip Policies
Directions to our Club Meetings
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