Cranmore Makes Donation to Conway Area Humane Society with funds Raised Through Weekly Race League
February 10, 2021
On Wednesday, February 10th, Cranmore Mountain’s Snowsports Director, Karen Dolan, presented Tim Westwig, the Executive Director of the Conway Area Humane Society, with a check for $805 in funds raised during week 3 and week 4 of The Mountain Meister Pay2Play Program.
The Conway Area Humane Society (CAHS) is a non-profit animal shelter offering services that benefit both animals and humans in the Carroll Country community and beyond. Conway Area Humane Society is committed to the human–animal bond: encouraging it through education and animal adoption protecting it when threatened by violence, disaster, or medical emergency; and respecting it when broken by death.
Cranmore’s Mountain Meister Race league is celebrating its 50th season of ski racing. The 10-week series is one of the largest community race leagues in the country with over 300 local racers and 25 teams. Through the Pay2Play program, racers can take a third run through the racecourse for a $5 donation to a pre-determined local non-profit. Since introducing the program in 2018, the program has averaged $5,000 each season in donations through the 10 weeks of racing.
Pictured left to right: Cranmore Snowsports Director, Karen Dolan; Conway Area Humane Society Executive Director, Tim Westwig.