Brandy Nagle of the International Activities Committee is looking for a Senior three event judge for the Can Am Challeng to be held August 19-21 outside of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. To volunteer or for further information contact Brandy at email@example.com
The final details for the Junior Banquet followed by Night jump are coming together.
Friday August 12, 2016 Under the tent on site at Broadside Harbor.
5:30 pm – Country theme BBQ dinner served on site. Beer Garden will be available.
6:30 pm – Juniors Awards
Around 7:30 (at the completion of awards) Live music, games, auction, dance
8:50pm – Sunset
Around 9:30 – Night jump!
The following skiers have entered and will be competing for a $20,000 cash prize purse in the night jump that will be run tournament bracket style.
Freddy Krueger, Scot Ellis, Zack Worden, Taylor Garcia, Mark Lane, Brian Kinney, Nick Lang, Sam Greenwood.
Tad Scharpf received The Western Region Merit Award.
This award recognizes a member or an official who epitomizes friendship, dedication and integrity and is maintained for a deserving person who might otherwise go unnoticed.
Brandy Nagle received the Outstanding Official Award.
This award is presented at the Western Regional Water Ski Championships to an official who has shown to be extremely hard working and dedicated during that tournament.
Western Regionals will follow the same boat draw.
Malibu: W1, W4, M1, M3, M6, OM
MasterCraft: G3, W3, MW, W7-11, OW, B2, M2, M9-11
Centurion: W2, W6, B1, B3, M5, M7-8
Nautique: G1, G2, W5, M4, MM
Malibu: G2, W5, OW, M1, M6-11
MasterCraft: G3, W1, W2, M2, MM
Centurion: W4, W6-11, B3, M3, M5
Nautique: B2, W3, MW, M4, OM
The Western Region is in need of volunteer judges, scorers and Safety to help out during the RegionalChampionships, July 20-23, in Caldwell, Idaho. All Regular and Senior Judges, Scorers and Safety who are planning to attend Regionals and would like to volunteer some time to work an event should contact Brandy Nagle at firstname.lastname@example.org with your judges/scoring/safety rating level; days you will be available to work; what events you would be willing to work; and any potential conflicts with family skiing.