Click the link below to download a pdf file of the 2012-2013 Chester Bowl Improvement Club Annual Report.
On Tuesday night the Junior League of Duluth presented the CBIC with the 2013 Community Award for “Outstanding Community Service.”
Here ‘s Thom Storm accepting the award on behalf of the CBIC at the Kitchi Gammi Club.
Hooray for Chester Bowl!
The Chester Bowl Improvement Club is currently looking for qualified candidates to serve on its Board of Directors.
The Board is responsible for the overall policy and management of the CBIC. Directors must commit to attending a monthly board meeting – held the second Monday of each month at 6pm – for that purpose, but directors may count hours spent in Board meetings towards committed volunteer hours. Anyone sharing an interest in supporting sustainable quality programs at Chester Bowl should apply. Relevant knowledge, skills and experience in not-for-profit organizations, in general, and financial experience, in particular, would be a plus.
If you are interested in nominating yourself or someone you know to serve on CBIC’s board, or if you have any questions, please contact the Nominations committee via Nora Sandstad at 612-965-0749 or email@example.com.
Thanks to everyone who made it to the Ski Banquet this year. Congratulations to all of the kids!
FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 6PM, DENFELD HIGH SCHOOL CAFETERIA
All Skiers & their families are invited to attend our annual banquet, featuring spaghetti, bread sticks, tossed salad & desserts. Awards will be given to all skiers, regardless of how they placed this season. Cost is $7/each, with children 5 & under free. The family rate is $25 if paid by Friday, March 14, at 8:30 PM After that, it will be $8/each & $30/family until the Tuesday, March 20th 7:30 PM deadline. Reservations must be paid for in advance, as we will be charged for the number of people we tell the food service staff are attending.
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Saturday, Feb. 23
1-4pm Annual Winter Carnival featuring hayrides, mini snowmobile rides, limbo on skis, carnival games, uphill ski race, egg toss, tug-of-war and more!
Nothing says LOVE quite like Valentine’s Night at Chester Bowl!
Join Duluth City Councilors Emily Larson and Patrick Boyle, together with their families, for a night of fun at Chester. Emily is an At-Large Councilor who represents parks & rec. Patrick is this years’ Council President and represents District 2, which includes Upper Chester. Both Emily and Patrick are season pass holders of Chester’s ski hill.
If you have questions or concerns about the city, you’ll have a captive council audience! Here’s the schedule:
Date= Thursday February 14th
5:30-6:15 = Chairlift with a Councilor. The ride up the hill takes 2 minutes. Enough time to literally air your gripes. Ski or snowboard back down. Not a pass holder? No problem. Daily lift tickets run a cool $5.50.
6:16-8:30 = Cocoa with a Councilor. Hot issues on your mind? Join us in the chalet where we’ll be slinging healthy snacks like nachos & gummy bears, and washing it all down with some delicious cocoa. Priced right, with snacks ranging from $.25 all the way up to a steep $1.50.
Looking forward to seeing you!
Emily & Patrick
Chester Bowl Improvement Club
1801 East Skyline
Duluth, MN 55812
phone: (218) 724-9832