CARRABASSETT VALLEY — Eight people will probably be inducted into the Maine Ski and Snowboard Corridor of Fame on the nineteenth Annual Maine Ski and Snowboard Corridor of Fame banquet scheduled for October sixteenth at Sugarloaf.
The Maine Ski and Snowboard Corridor of Fame was established as a division of the Maine Ski and
Snowboard Museum, previously often known as the Ski Museum of Maine, to acknowledge people who convey
distinction to Maine snowboarding and snowboarding via competitors, both as athletes or coaches. The
Corridor additionally honors those that pioneered the game in Maine, ski makers, ski space builders, instructors,
volunteers and others who’ve made a big contribution to the sports activities. This incoming class will
convey the variety of these honored to 160, whose biographies might be discovered on the Museum’s web site:
The Class of 2021 consists of: Roger Arsenault, Director of alpine racing operations and Nordic packages at
Black Mt., chairman of Chisholm Ski Membership and former alpine ski racer; Elizabeth Carey-Butera, Three time NCAA Cross Nation Champion, US Ski Group member and at present a Grasp racer; Virginia “Ginny” Bousum, licensed PSIA ski teacher for over 50 years, President of the Sugarloaf Ski Membership, and race official for 40+ years; Harvey and Laura Boynton, (deceased) Ski store homeowners and actual property developer at Sugarloaf, created ‘low value’ rental packages for younger skiers, well-known for “Boynton’s Seaside” at Sugarloaf; Mike Chasse, Presque Isle alpine skier, member of the Maine Elite Ski Group, Ski carry engineer for Doppelmayr CTEC, Director at Massive Rock Ski space, volunteer ski teacher and Ski Patroller; George Gagnon, (deceased) supervisor at Dunham’s Buying and selling Put up in Waterville the place he offered skis, ski college director at Dunham’s Mountain Farm Ski Slope, member of US Military Ski Troops, and reduce trails at
Sugarloaf within the 50’s; Scott Hoisington, Ski racer and former head coach and Alpine director at Waterville
Valley NH, Program Director for Carrabassett Valley Academy, and Alpine Operation Director at UMF;
Hazen McMullen, Vice President/Operations Supervisor at Sugarloaf, liable for the set up of
the PHB Gondola at Sugarloaf, Put in the mountain’s first snow making system, retired supervisor of
Kassbohrers-PistenBully Inc’s USA operations.
Biographies of the Maine Ski and Snowboard Corridor of Fame class members from 2003 via 2021 are
accessible on-line at www.maineskiandsnowboardmuseum.org.
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