Camden Snow Bowl, with the financial support of the Ragged Mountain Ski and Snowboard Club, One Community, Many Voices, and other sponsors, hosts local fourth-grade classes at the Snow Bowl for three learn-to-ski or snowboard visits, weather permitting.  The visits are offered at no cost to students, families, or school districts, beyond transportation.  A significant portion of the program costs are offset by a student driven raffle held in the run up to the holiday season.  The fourth-grade learn to ski and snowboard program helps kids build confidence, self-esteem and provides a healthy outdoor winter activity.  Thanks for supporting this community endeavor!

• Participant Waiver/Rental Form Link

• Teacher Group List Form

Congratulations To This Year’s Raffle Winners!

  • An Individual Season Pass to the Camden Snow Bowl — Andrew Stewart (Camden)
  • $20 Gift Cards to Bagel Café/ Big T Snack Bar — Heather Mathews (Lincolnville), Mariah Demmons (Warren), Curena Quinn (Warren)
  • Pen Bay YMCA- Free Birthday Party of your choice — Debbie Gould (Warren)
  • $50 Gift Certificates to Waterfront Restaurant in Camden — Marci Casas (Rockport), Gregory Simmons (Friendship)
  • Lift Tickets and Rentals to the Camden Snow Bowl — Jade Fleury (Rockland)
  • Two Day Sails for Two on Schooner Olad — Maia Andrews (Lincolnville), Ralph Colson
  • 1 Hour Private Lesson at the Camden Snow Bowl — David Allen (Appleton)
  • $100 Gift Certificate from Sidecountry Sports — Josh Brown (Warren)
  • Golfing round for 2 at Samoset Resort — Joe Perez (Appleton)
  • 4 Tobogganing Passes at the Camden Snow Bowl — Adelaide Lock (Hope)
  • Day Sail for Two on Schooner Surprise — Dan Prince (Belfast)
  • $150 Gift Certificate from Maine Sport Outfitters — Brian Woods (Friendship)
  • Children’s Ski Helmet from Sidecountry Sports — Greta Luellen (Waldoboro)

This year’s fourth-graders sold more than $4,000 in raffle tickets!
Thanks to all who helped.

Raffle ticket proceeds help allow the Fourth-Grade Learn to Ski program continue to be offered for free to this year’s fourth-graders, as well as future fourth-graders.

 We look forward to fun and discovery on the slopes.