Posted by: Johnny Smoke  /  Category: Archived Posts

As I sit at my desk writing my first report to you as President of the APOA, the sun is shining and the snow is beckoning me to dust off the snowshoes, tune up the skis and wish that I had spent more time getting in shape! We are all looking forward to another great winter season at our favorite mountain.

Your APOA board members have been busy volunteering their time to help with many different projects, and we are all felling lucky to have Toni getting and keeping (!) us organized and focused. We have formed several committees to deal with the many issues at hand and great progress is being made. I have to thank all the board member for all their energy, enthusiasm and resourcefulness. I have been caught up in their great community spirit, and the desire to help create a well rounded, vibrant mountain community that will support all sports, seasons, ages and interests. On that note, we would greatly appreciate any help from non board members; join a committee, voice your opinion, help organize a party, encourage more memberships!

On behalf of the APOA, I would like to extend our condolences to the Penticton Indian Band for the tragic events of October 30th.

PLEASE remember to DRIVE SLOWLY and carefully through the Penticton Indian Band’s Reserve, especially the village! The tribal police have been policing Green Mtn Road and are unhappy with the number of speeders and accidents. A notice from GM Jeff Plant can be found on the web site. Please also remember to watch your speed as you drive through the residential area of Apex!

Barb Davis

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