On February 6, 2019

Ski for MS returns to Pico

Photo courtesy Ski for MS

A trio skis in support of a loved one during Ski for MS.

Sunday, Feb. 10—KILLINGTON— Ski for MS is returning to Pico Mountain, Sunday, Feb. 10. Beyond a day of skiing, the $25 registration gets participants access to the amateur ski race, superstar ski down, bomber après party, and much more! Olympic gold medalist Donna Weinbrecht will be in attendance to ski with, and there’s a costume contest, too.

Want to ski for free? Fundraise $300 and get a free lift ticket. Plus, 100 percent of every dollar raised through Ski for MS provides life-changing programs that help families living with MS manage their symptoms, discover confidence, and connect with others.

Sign up and visit more at cando-ms.org/pico.

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