Kaelin, Skico help fight breast cancer | AspenTimes.com

Kaelin, Skico help fight breast cancer

The Aspen Skiing Co. and Stefan Kaelin for Women are co-sponsoring the Head/Subaru Women’s Ski Clinic, a program to benefit the National Breast Cancer Coalition (NBCC).The NBCC is a grass-roots organization with the purpose of eradicating breast cancer through action and advocacy. The Head USA/Subaru Women’s Ski Clinic will be Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2000 at Aspen Highlands. The event is free to the first 40 women who register.The Skico will provide 40 lift tickets and four instructors from the Ski & Snowboard Schools of Aspen. Lisa Feinberg Densmore, champion ski racer and a Head representative, will be a featured instructor. The program is geared toward intermediate to advanced-level skiers.”This program works well with our school’s philosophy of integrating innovative teaching methods with equipment technology to advance each woman’s proficiency in skiing,” said Rich Burkley, managing director of the Ski & Snowboard Schools of Aspen.Last winter, close to 300 women attended 11 women’s ski clinics throughout the United States. As a result, Head USA and Subaru of America donated $20,000 to the NBCC. While the women enjoyed a free day of skiing, valuable instruction and a chance to demo the latest women’s gear, Head USA and Subaru of America, made a donation to the NBCC on behalf of each participant.Register at Stefan Kaelin for Women at 447 E. Cooper Ave. in Aspen or by calling 925-7266, extension 10.

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