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TRIP DATE: Sunday February 28, 2016
Middle School Students, grades 6-8
Pick your package including:
- Round Trip Deluxe Bus Transportation
Activity/Lift Ticket (the one you sign up to do)
- Continental Breakfast Served on the bus!
- Lunch at the Lodge
- All you can eat Pizza dinner with salad and soda
- Apres Ski Party at the bus including Music, Fire Pit, mores, Hot & Cold Drinks, snacks and more.
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