K guys, its gettin there, just sent an email to the skiers at my school.
If you want to read it...
Dear Freeskiers of the High School,
From my understanding, if you are receiving this message, you have a strong interest in the sport of freeskiing. I currently am seriously considering making an official skiing club. This club is currently in the works, and we are going to do somewhat a trial run of the club with a select group of individuals. In this club we would watch ski movies, share our edits and photos, talk about skiing, and possibly create events, like a rail jam or a day off to ski. Also, we may set up a rail somewhere on campus for an after school jib session or something. Currently, the club has a sponsor, Mr. Cano, who is giving us access to his large HD tv for movie screening. I was planning on hosting a handfull of preliminary meetings and movie showings until early December, and if it seems to be going well, I will probably make it official, to allow for possibly school funding (probably not) for ski tickets for a ski club retreat, or a day off of school. The reason I am not sending this message to the whole school is to keep the club GAPER-FREE. Its fine if you're a beginner and support the sport a lot, but I think that we can all agree that we don't necessarily want people who have skied once and just want to skip a day of school to join the club. If we do make announcements during assem If you have any friends that weren't sent this email and are freeskiers, let me know and I'll get this message out to them. I plan on the first meeting being this wednesday, if that works for everybody. We will be watching the movie Contrast and sharing some of our ideas about the club. The week after this, our next meeting will most likely be solely discussing the club and its future. Please reply to this email if you're at all interested. As I said earlier, this club is still in the works, so things could change, and also I would love to hear any suggestions from any of you guys. Thanks.