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Volume 46 | Issue 7 | August 2004

Brief

 

Still Time to Make Ski Trip Plans

The annual NASA ski trip will be held Feb. 5-12 in Park City, Utah. The event is hosted by Langley Research Center and is open to all working and retired NASA employees, contractors, families and friends.

Accommodations for Dryden participants will be at the Park Avenue Condominiums and the Radisson Hotel. Trip packages, at $965 per person, include round-trip airfare between Ontario, Calif., and Salt Lake City; seven nights' lodging (condos based on two-bedroom/quad occupancy, hotel based on double occupancy); round-trip ground transportation from Salt Lake City to Park City; a four-day lift ticket; welcome reception at Treasure Mountain in downtown Park City; farewell banquet at The Grub Steak restaurant and a NASA souvenir.

Packages without airfare are approximately $795, pending verification of ground transportation costs between the Salt Lake City airport and Park City.

An optional side trip to Snowbasin, site of the men's and women's Olympic downhill events, is available for an additional $54, which includes lift ticket and round-trip transportation from Park City.

Eighteen spaces have been reserved for Dryden employees. To make reservations, contact Bruce Berger (Bruce.Berger@dfrc.NASA.gov) at ext. 2574 or Monica Garvin (monica.garvin@dfrc.NASA.gov), ext. 3939. A $50 deposit is required to hold reservations, with $300 due Oct. 29 and payment in full due Dec. 15. Detailed information about accommodations and facilities is available from Berger or Garvin.