Education Workshop- 6:15
The snow isn’t going to be here forever, and when the weather warms up we’ll be getting back on our bikes and riding the roads and trails. This month we have Liam Burgeson, a cyclist who has ridden across the country (twice!) sharing his experience with us. Our education session will cover basic spring preparation, safety, and a review of a few useful bike accessories you might have forgotten to ask Santa for.
A recent Buffalo News article really spiked the interest of the program committee chairs when they read “Jason Lape challenged himself to climb every major peak in the eastern U.S.” Of course they had to contact this guy!
“My name is Jason Lape, and I go by Jay. I am a barber by trade, and I own a barber-shop in the village of Hamburg, called Jay’s Barbershop, a village boutique, grooming lounge, shoeshine, and barbershop. I am a skydiver, a climber, a mountaineer, and just an overall adventure enthusiast.
Join me on January 9, and listen in while I share the many extraordinary tales through-
out my experiences while in the mountains.”
Our 46er Flag
Carry on our Chapter tradition of carrying our ADK-NFC 46er Flag to the top of your 46th peak. Contact Lynn Kenney (825-7329) to pick up the 46er Flag so it can be a part of your celebratory photo when you complete your final peak to become an Adirondack 46er.
Meeting Cancellation Policy
The Executive Committee approved a new policy coordinate the decision to cancel the Monthly General Meetings with the Amherst Central School Closings. Since the Amherst Community Church property abuts Amherst High School, the winter weather conditions that warrant school closings will also dictate our General Meetings. When Amherst Schools or After School Activities are cancelled on the day of our ADK meeting on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, then our monthly general meeting will be cancelled. Cancellation news will be reinforced with emails and Facebook postings.