Inaugural “Hope On The Slopes” Event At Canaan Valley Resort March 2-3, 2012


TUCKER COUNTY, WV- Relay For Life of Tucker County and Canaan Valley Resort
are pleased to announce the inaugural "Hope On The Slopes", a ski and
snowboarding event to raise funds on behalf of the American Cancer Society.
The event is in conjunction with Canaan Valley Resort’s annual "Wild Thing"
weekend and will take place Friday evening March 2nd through Saturday,
March 3rd. "Hope On The Slopes" will feature a full day of skiing and
snowboarding, contests, great prizes, food, and entertainment. This is the
first and only event of its kind in the state of West Virginia. Registration
is $45 and you can register as an individual or as a team. Registration
includes lift ticket.

For a list of activities and to register for "Hope On The Slopes" , visit
HOPE ON THE SLOPES site or you can find the
link at


Ski and Snowboard to raise funds for the American Cancer Society

-Contests to win great prizes
-Register as an individual, or as a team
-Registration Fee of $45 per participant includes lift ticket

Make every run count as a triumph against cancer!

Hope on the Slopes is a skiing and snow­boarding event where individuals and teams take part in competition: dollars raised for the American Cancer Society. In order to compete for prizes, participants must raise a minimum of $100 and teams must average $100 per member.

Hope on the Slopes includes:

• All-day skiing and boarding

• Individual and team competitions

• Entertainment and activities

• Great prizes and giveaways

• Closing ceremonies with luminaria ceremony

• Personalized online fundraising tools

• Special event Ski and Stay packages

Not a Skier or Snowboarder then Tube or Skate for two hours to help fight cancer.

Head to the mountain with your family, friends, and co-workers to help us create a world without cancer.

To Register:

More Information to come!!! If interested please contact Mike Alkire, ACS Staff Partner at [email protected] or 304-591-4215 

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