Come out and support our buddies as they have their 2nd annual fundraiser for their foundation “High Fives.” The organization was founded for the purpose of aiding injured athletes and is trying to increase awareness through this great event at Sugarbowl called TRAINS. Last year’s event was a huge success and we can only imagine that tomorrow’s event will not disappoint. With five teams of five, the teams will be competing as a unit to put up the most impressive style and tricks for a group of local pro judges. Unofficialsquaw team member Tim Dutton will be competing as well as the likes of Sean Collin, Matt Nelson and many other Local tahoe rippers. So see you at the Switching Yard at Sugarbowl starting at 11:00 am for some rad park skiing and a lot of High Fives!
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