On April 12, 2018

Deb Burke inaugurated into 100 Day Ski Club

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Pictured (l-r): John (unknown last name), 100 day club member; Don McNeill, 100 day club member, Deb Burke, 100 day club honoree, and Katie McFadden, Killington Resort.

By Rob Kovalesky, 100 Club Brand Ambassador

KILLINGTON— March sure came in like a lion bringing Killington seven feet of snow. And before the month ended, Deb Burke, a Killington loyalist ended March like a lion. Burke started the ski season determined to achieve for the first time ever, a personal best of 100-plus days of skiing at Killington. On March 28, she achieved her goal, joining for the first time ever, officially entering the prestigious 100 Day Club! If you see Deb Burke, join in congratulating her on her awesome and proud accomplishment.

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