Phoenix Mountain Alpine Ski Society

This Non-Profit Society was incorporated in 1981 with the primary purpose of operating a community ski facility in the area of Phoenix Mountain, located half way between the cities of Greenwood and Grand Forks, BC. The affairs of the society are governed by a volunteer Board of Directors elected annually from the society membership. The Board’s role is to oversee the work of Ski Hill staff, to co-ordinate the many volunteers whose efforts keep the hill viable, and to plan for the future of the facility.

Our current board consists of the following:

President: John Malins
Vice President: Chris Nason
Treasurer: Ciel Sanders
Secretary: Dianne Lapalme

Directors:
Klaus Bialon
Craig Butcher
Andrés Dean
Margo Deane
Kimberly Mamos

Why become a Society Member?

The days when a small ski area like Phoenix could be self-supporting through its ticket and pass sales are in the past. We rely increasingly on the support of the BC Government and the local Regional Districts and Municipal Governments for supplementary funding. Among the criteria that these bodies consider are the strength and involvement of our membership in the affairs of the society. If you are a current season pass-holder and wish to be able to vote at the Annual General Meeting, or perhaps to run for a position on the Board of Directors, you must be a society member.

How do I become a Society Member?

If you are a current adult season pass-holder, print and fill out the form at the link below and submit it for approval to the Board of Directors. There is no membership fee other than the requirement that you be a season pass-holder.

Ski Phoenix Mountain Member Application

Mail to:

Phoenix Mountain Alpine Ski Society
Box 2428
Grand Forks, BC
V0H 1H0

When do I cease to be a Society Member?

Your society membership ends on April 30 of a year when you do not buy a season pass. This ensures that our membership list stays current and consists of people who are committed to the well-being and the future of the ski hill.