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Skiing Superstar

By Victoria Gaither-From first chair to last chair, crowds of dedicated skiers and riders flocked to Superstar at Killington Resort to ski June 1. It was the third year in a row that the resort has offered skiing in June. Those who got first chair arrived at 4 a.m. and the lift line at one point stretched nearly to the K-1 gondola. Killington put salt down to make the snow last longer and it worked!

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