Avalanche Education Benefit: Squaw Valley Ski Patrol presents the 19th Annual Snow Gods Ball | SierraSun.com

Avalanche Education Benefit: Squaw Valley Ski Patrol presents the 19th Annual Snow Gods Ball

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SQUAW VALLEY and#8212; Squaw Valley Ski Patrol is hosting the 19th Annual Snow Gods Ball on the evening of Saturday, Dec. 18. Proceeds from the Snow Gods Ball allow Squaw Valley Ski Patrol to grant full scholarships to community members for Avalanche Level 1 education courses. Open to the public, the Snow Gods Ball is set to take place at the all new Bar One in Squaw Valleyand#8217;s Olympic House. The doors open at 8 p.m. and the music starts at 9 p.m. All party goers must be 21 or older to attend.

This yearand#8217;s ball features live music by Truckee Tribe and a host of great raffle prizes, including a Squaw Valley USA Bronze Season Pass, lift tickets, avalanche gear, Helly Hansen Stoneham jacket and pants, Armada skis, Louie Vito Monster Energy custom snowboard, Dragon goggles, Hestra gloves, UNR basketball tickets and more.

The eveningand#8217;s headlining act, Truckee Tribe has roots in reggae, providing a solid foundation for executing dub, hip-hop, ska, funk and rock. Their original style and high-energy stage presence has created an explosive fan base and the band is sure to keep party goers on the dance floor all night long.

Tickets to the Snow Gods Ball are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Tickets can be purchased in advance by calling Squaw Valley Ski Patrol at 530-581-7260 or at Porters in Tahoe City and Truckee. More information about this yearand#8217;s celebration is also available by calling 530-581-7260.

The most up-to-date operations schedules, event calendar, lift ticket deals, and season pass information are available at http://www.squaw.com.

For great lodging specials call 866-366-7261 or visit http://www.squaw.com

About Squaw Valley USA

Site of the VIII Winter Olympic Games, Squaw Valley USA is located five miles north of Lake Tahoe along the Truckee River on Highway 89. The year-round resort offers 4,000 acres of lift-served terrain for skiing, snowboarding, ice skating and snowtubing. Off the slopes, guests enjoy a vibrant apres scene and world-class shopping and dining in the Village at Squaw Valley. Summer and fall activities include mountain biking, hiking, mountaintop swimming, paintball, disc golf and zip-lining. For more information call 530-452-4000, or visit http://www.squaw.com.

and#8212; Submitted to aedgett@sierrasun.com

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