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Current Members

The age diversity of members ranges from the mid-20's to 55+, and most reside in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and eastern Connecticut.   While most of the membership has professional backgrounds, many have worked part-time as ski instructors, ski patrollers, administrative and operational ski area management, etc. This, coupled with years of experience, can provide a wealth of information to the novice or intermediate skier.

Club Activities

In the winter months, the club enjoys skiing, snowboarding, snow-shoeing, and cross-country skiing.  We also enjoy the local ice rinks and a tubing park located within a few miles of the lodge.  During the off-season, activities include hiking, mountain biking & climbing, photography, canoeing, swimming, fishing, golf, and tennis.  In mid-April, we have our annual Pig Roast, and in June, we host a Sports Banquet to reminisce on the year’s activities.  During the summer, we participate in EICSL summer weekend events, which include tubing down the Saco River, golf outings, and kayak/canoe trips on local waterways.   As December rolls in the holiday spirit, we host our annual Senior Citizens Christmas Dinner; our way of giving back to the community.  There are many social activities throughout the year, including inter-club events on weekends during the ski season.

Most of the club activities are held at (or around) the lodge in NH, but some social events are hosted in the Boston area.  Look us up on Meetup and Facebook to hear more about these activities.   


The Ski-bees have been involved in the EICSL White Mountain Racing league for 50+ years.  Participating competitors range from beginner to expert, and span all age groups - from approximately 7 to 80 years old.  We have 3 qualifier races and a championship race, with a banquet at the end of the season.  Everyone is welcome to participate or support this program. 

Membership Requirements

Full Lodge members must be 21 years old and single.  Membership dues are $450 per year.   A prospective member must attend 3 organized events,  2 of these events must be at the lodge on organized weekends.   Each member must select a committee in which you would like to work on.
Race Members can be married or single and of any age.  Membership dues are $75 per year.   Race members must race for the Ski-Bees Race team in the EICSL White Mountain Racing program.
All applications must include a current photo and a $5.00 application fee. The Ski-Bees Board of Directors approves all new memberships.
After being voted in, members pay a one-time Initiation Fee of $25. Full Lodge members also pay $25 refundable deposit for a lodge key.
Full Members must contribute 12 hours.  These hours can span over multiple work weekends.   Typically, we have 2 work weekends;  Columbus Day weekend and Halloween weekend.

Membership Benefits

Staying at the Lodge

Full Lodge Members pay a nightly fee of $10.  The Full Lodge member has a key to the lodge and can bring guests up anytime, year round.  The Full Lodge Member gets an assigned room and bed and can keep clothes, toiletries, bed linen or sleep bag, towel, etc. in that room.
Race Members pay a nightly fee of $10 on a race weekends.  All other weekends, the Race Members pay guest rates.
Guest Lodging fees are $25 per night.   All guests must be sponsored by a Full Lodge Member.
During organized weekends or events, persons under 21 can not stay at the lodge.
On weekends during the ski season, we hire a cook for Saturday and Sunday breakfasts, and Saturday evening dinner.  The cost is $30 for the 3 meals (individual meals are breakfast @ $6.00 each and dinner @ $18.00).  Price subject to change based on demand.   The meals are optional.
On organized weekends, each member is assigned a chore to help facilitate the upkeep of the lodge.   The chores are minor tasks, such as; serving a meal, sweeping a floor, assisting the chef at breakfast, etc.

General Meetings

 General meetings are usually held on the forth Monday of the month from September thru May, but not in December.  Meetings are at TBD at 7:00 PM.   We encourage all members to attend these meetings. 

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