Undy Ski Day to honor Colon Cancer Awareness Month | SierraSun.com

Undy Ski Day to honor Colon Cancer Awareness Month

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Diamond Peak is partnering with Incline Village Community Hospital to host an Undy Ski Day this Saturday in honor of Colon Cancer Awareness Month.

Skiers can wear underwear over ski pants, on their helmets, or elsewhere for a $35 lift ticket. Please wear pants or leggings under your undies.

Blue boxers will be available at Diamond Peak for a donation of $15, while supplies last. Donations benefit the Colon Cancer Alliance.

Skiers can also participate in Zumba, listen to live music on the deck, take part in Undy ski mobs, and more. Also, from 2-5 p.m., an après-ski party sponsored by Sam Adams will feature games, giveaways and more at the Loft Bar.

To learn more about the Colon Cancer Alliance, and to donate, visit ccalliance.org. Visit tfhd.com to learn more about IVCH, and diamondpeak.com for Diamond Peak.

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