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Mountain People: Episode 2

Mountain People: Episode 2

Episode 2 of Mountain People: a series of stories from Boyne Mountain's slopes.
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Machine Groomed for Friday, December 15

Temperature Open Trails Open Lifts Open Terrain
W 25 °F 18 Trails of 60 7 Lifts of 12 55 Acres of 415
Base Depth Snowfall Today's Hours
21 - 40″ 5″ Past 72 Hours 9-4:30
Today at Boyne Mountain  

TGIF! Our lifts are spinning today from 9-4:30pm, giving you access to 18 snow-covered runs and 3 terrain parks!

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Boyne Thunder Poker Run

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Speed, excitement and smiles return to northern Michigan for the 13th Annual Boyne Thunder Poker Run. This unique boating event showcases high performance boats, slicing through the waters of Lake Charlevoix and Lake Michigan on a 150-mile excursion.

In addition to a great event in a beautiful area, what has made Boyne Thunder special is its relationship with Camp Quality, a non-profit organization that provides special experiences and support for children with cancer. The goal of Camp Quality is to allow children with cancer to be children again, facilitate experiences and friendships, and provide confidence for these special children and their families in a way that matters. Since it began, Boyne Thunder has raised more than $265,000 for Camp Quality and it has become an important part of the camp's success.

Boyne Thunder has also partnered with Challenge Mountain, a local non-profit organization dedicated to enriching and improving lives for the mentally and physically challenged through outdoor recreation. Adaptive programs include skiing biking, canoeing, kayaking, and sailing.

Information: Boyne Thunder or call the Boyne City Main Street office at 231.582.9009.

Camp Quality Executive Director Kristyn Balog: 231.582.2471

Challenge Mountain Executive Director Elizabeth Gertz Looze: 231.582.1186, director@challengemtn.org.

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