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H 9 °F 17 Trails of 55 4 Lifts of 10 160 Acres of 435
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BOYNE Honors 2016-17 Beyond the Slopes Winners

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Boyne Highlands and Boyne Mountain honored the 2016/17 Beyond the Slopes winners during an awards presentation held recently at Boyne Mountain Resort.  Winners included Allison Shaw of Petoskey Middle School, Abigail Cavanaugh of Gaylord High School, and Jaeger Griswold of Ellsworth Community School.  Beyond the Slopes is an optional part of BOYNE's long-standing Student Freeride Program that further incentivizes students to benefit their academic future while making a positive difference in the lives of others. 

First place winner Allison Shaw's project titled "Fidget Blankets" created 12 lap-size blankets with items attached to promote brain activity for patients with Dementia and Alzheimer's residing in a care center.  The 7th grader gathered all the materials and sewed all the blankets personally.  The impact continues with additional care facilities interested in receiving blankets and coordination with a local 4-H sewing club to make additional blankets a reality.  As the winning project, Shaw received a $1,000 BOYNE Gift Card and a 2017/18 Gold Pass for her mentor. 

Second place winner, Abigail Cavanaugh, an 11th grader at Gaylord High School, submitted a project titled "Skiers for Seniors."  Cavanaugh collected 307 pairs of winter socks to benefit Otsego County senior citizens.  For her project, she earned a $500 BOYNE Gift Card and her mentor received a 2017/18 Silver Pass.

The third place winning project was submitted by Ellsworth Community School 8th grader, Jaeger Griswold. His project "Golfing with Griz" benefits the Great Lakes Burn Camp.  Together with his dad and mentor, Mark Griswold, they organize a golf outing with contests.  The annual event raises money for scholarships to attend camps that promote healing, self-esteem, confidence, and general well-being for burn injured children.  For their contributions, the Griswolds received a $250 BOYNE Gift Card and a 2017/18 Bronze Pass. 

The BOYNE Student Freeride and Beyond the Slopes Initiative are available to grades 6 through 12 in Antrim, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Emmet, and Otsego counties.  While Student Freeride provides local students the opportunity to earn a discounted season pass based on academic achievement, Beyond the Slopes focuses on students launching a positive idea.  Students participate by submitting a project idea, outlining the benefits and/or positive impact, identifying a to-do list of manageable steps and selecting a mentor. Students then provide an update reviewing how successfully the idea was implemented, the impact, benefitting parties, and what if anything they would do differently. The projects are evaluated 50% on quality of idea, and 25% each for implementation and impact. 

To learn more about Beyond the Slopes, visit BOYNE.com/freeride.

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