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Murray Ridge Ski Patroller of the Year

The recipient of this annual award is selected by the Ski Patrol members themselves. This is the second time that Greg has received this award.

The last day of operation for Murray Ridge was picture perfect in every way.  Murray Ridge Ski Patrol service is provided by volunteers, members of the Canadian Ski Patrol System.

In his year-end remarks, Patrol Leader Alex Michaels thanked Hill Manager, Daniel Goff and the entire Murray Ridge staff for their cooperation, support, and commitment to safety throughout the season.

He expressed appreciation to all the volunteer Ski Patrollers and then presented the Patroller of the Year Award to patroller Greg Kodila.

The recipient of this annual award is selected by the Ski Patrol members themselves.  This is the second time that Greg has received this award.

Greg exhibits great technical skills both skiing and adminstering First Aid.

He consistently demonstrates leadership and promotes both enthusiasm and safety on Murray Ridge.

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