Colorado Ski Resort Offers Lift Tickets For Canned Food Donations

Colorado Ski Resort Offers Lift Tickets For Canned Food Donations

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Colorado Ski Resort Offers Lift Tickets For Canned Food Donations

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“Come celebrate our community and our 80th anniversary Monday, December 9th by donating your non-perishable food items and cash donations in exchange for a complimentary lift ticket! All food donations will be given to our local food banks and cash donations will go directly to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Chaffee County!”

Monarch Moutain is celebrating 80 years of operation with a unique opportunity to ski a Colorado classic in exchange for non-perishable food items. Go raid your pantry or head out to the grocery store and receive a complimentary lift ticket for Monday, December 9th (regular price $94). All donations will go directly to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Chaffee County.

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Monarch Mountain is celebrating community and its 80th anniversary by offering free skiing and snowboarding, Monday, December 9, 2019. In exchange for non-perishable food items or cash donations, visitors to the ski area will receive a complimentary lift ticket valued at $94.00 for skiing or snowboarding that day.

The non-perishable food collection will be shared between Salida’s Grainery and 1st Presbyterian Church food banks. Cash contributions will be donated directly to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Chaffee County. “Last year, through the generosity of our skiing and snowboarding guests, Monarch collected close to 8,000 lbs of food for the local food banks and $2,251 in cash for the Boys and Girls Club,” said Kathryn Wadsworth, event coordinator. “We’re excited to offer a free day of skiing again this season and encourage everyone to be generous with their contributions towards a free lift ticket in support of our local organizations that are so important to our community.”

Come enjoy a day of free skiing and help us beat last years donations!

 

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