Spooky Ski filled with Spooky Skiers! Dress up in costume (over a wetsuit) for one of the last ski events of the season.
The Spooky Ski at Glen Echo will kick off a halloween themed day filled with a boat parade and dock decorating sponsored by the Glen Echo Lake Association.
Skiing starts at 1pm followed by the Dock-O-Treat event at 3pm!
Spooky Ski Webster – Dress up in a costume and take a ski to help close out the 2020 season!
Meet at the Club Shack – Point Breeze Marina at 2pm.
This event is open to friends of the Collective as well as members ($10 for insurance if you are NOT a USA Water Ski member).
September General Meeting of the Webster Water Ski Collective and Glen Echo Skiers.
1) Nomination of officers for 2021. W
2) Offseason activities
3) Equipment needs.
4) Sponsorships and Clothing drives
5) Glen Echo update/specialized training ground?
6) General improvements during ski time:
– Specialized days/boats for activities like Slalom/wakeboarding/etc
– Improvements to out “list” to make it more fair
7) Safety Certification Training update.
Driver’s certification on-water test. Cam will come down and sit with the drivers as they pull skiers.
Drives interested must do an MVR review and also complete and online test. Details can be found on USAWaterSki.org and then click on Driver’s Resources for NSSA.
All drivers are required to be trained/certified to pull in our sanctioned practices.
The Webster Water Ski Collective is thrilled and excited to team with the LOF Adaptive Skiers from Sandy Hook, CT to host an Adaptive Water Ski event on Webster Lake on August 20th. The theme is “Any Disability, Any Age” – as we will help any age group and any disability get on the water and learn how to water ski using specialized equipment from licensed instructors.
The LOF (Leaps of Faith) Skiers out of Sandy Hook has been teaching and assisting people with disabilities to “Soar beyond their boundaries” by teaching and assisting in both water and snow skiing […]