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ISHA News: Tickets on Sale for ISHA Awards, March 24 in Sun Valley



Editor Seth Masia
Managing Editor Greg Ditrinco
Consulting Editor Cindy Hirschfeld
Art Director Edna Baker

Editorial Board
Seth Masia, Chairman
John Allen, Andy Bigford, John Caldwell, Jeremy Davis, Kirby Gilbert, Paul Hooge, Jeff Leich, Ron LeMaster, Bob Soden, Ingrid Wicken

Founding Editors 
Morten Lund, Glenn Parkinson

To preserve skiing history and to increase awareness of the sport’s heritage

ISHA Founder 
Mason Beekley, 1927–2001

ISHA Board of Directors

Rick Moulton, Chairman
Seth Masia, President
Wini Jones, Vice President
Jeff Blumenfeld, Vice President
John McMurtry, Vice President
Bob Soden (Canada), Treasurer
Einar Sunde, Secretary

Richard Allen, Skip Beitzel, Michael Calderone, Dick Cutler, Ken Hugessen (Canada), David Ingemie, Joe Jay Jalbert, Henri Rivers, Charles Sanders, Christof Thöny (Austria), Ivan Wagner (Switzerland)

Presidential Circle
Christin Cooper, Billy Kidd, Jean-Claude Killy, Bode Miller, Doug Pfeiffer, Penny Pitou, Nancy Greene Raine

Executive Director
Janet White

Membership Services 
Laurie Glover
(802) 375-1105

Corporate Sponsorships 
Peter Kirkpatrick
(541) 944-3095


Bimonthly journal and official publication of the International Skiing History Association (ISHA)

Partners: U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame | Canadian Ski Museum and Hall of Fame

Alf Engen Ski Museum | North American Snowsports Journalists Association | Swiss Academic Ski Club


Skiing History (USPS No. 16-201, ISSN: 23293659) is published bimonthly by the International Skiing History Association, P.O. Box 1064, Manchester Center, VT 05255.
Periodicals postage paid at Manchester Center, VT and at additional mailing offices. Postmaster: Send address changes to ISHA, P.O. Box 1064, Manchester Center, VT 05255

ISHA is a 501(c)(3) public charity. EIN: 06-1347398

Written permission from the editor is required to reproduce, in any manner, the contents of Skiing History, either in full or in part.

ISHA News: Tickets on Sale for ISHA Awards, March 24 in Sun Valley

Plans are firm for Skiing History Week in Sun Valley, March 23-27, 2022. Tickets are on sale now for ISHA’s 30th Annual Awards Banquet at the Sun Valley Lodge. ISHA’s schedule includes the John Fry Lecture evening on Wednesday, March 23; a Retro Ski Day and Roundhouse Luncheon on Thursday, March 24, follow by a reception and Awards Banquet that evening; and an Historians’ Colloquium on Friday morning, March 25. In addition, ISHA will host a ski film festival at the Sun Valley Opera House. The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame holds its Induction Gala on Saturday, March 26 (an earlier Hall of Fame Induction will be held at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, on March 5).

For schedule details, discount room and lift rates, and to purchase tickets to the ISHA Banquet, go to Find tickets to all Hall of Fame events at

Sun Valley requires that masks be worn indoors. In addition, both ISHA and the Hall of Fame will require proof of Covid19 vaccination for admission to banquets and other indoor events.

ISHA Fundraising: Year-end Giving and Tax Planning

At the end of October, ISHA’s generous donors had reached 52 percent of our fundraising goal for 2021—typical for this point in our annual year-end campaign. Member dues provide about 20 percent of the revenue needed to produce, print and mail Skiing History magazine, conduct the annual Awards Program and maintain the website The balance of revenue comes from tax-deductible individual donations, corporate sponsorships and income from endowment-fund investments. Contributions may be tax deductible regardless of whether you itemize or take standard deductions, and gifts of appreciated stock may incur tax advantages. Please consult your tax adviser.

Check Your Mailing Label!

If the mailing label on your copy of Skiing History magazine bears the word AUTO, it means that you are enrolled in ISHA’s Auto-Renew Program. If that’s the case, you need take no action regarding membership renewal—that will happen automatically, and we will NOT send a membership renewal reminder. If your mailing label does NOT show the word AUTO, it means that your membership will expire on the date shown on the label, and we’ll send a renewal notice with the magazine one issue ahead of expiration. 


Statement of Ownership, Management and Circulation (Required by 39 U.S.C. 3685)

(1) Publication title: Skiing History. (2) Publication number: 016-201. (3) Filing date: October 1, 2021. (4) Issue frequency: Bimonthly. (5) Number of issues published annually: 6 (6) Annual subscription price: $0. (7) Complete mailing address of known office of publication: P.O. Box 1064, Manchester Center VT 05255. Contact: Laurie Glover. Telephone (802) 375-1105. (8) Complete mailing address of headquarters or general business office of publisher: P.O. Box 1064, Manchester Center VT 05255. (9) Full names and complete mailing addresses of publisher, editor and managing editor. Publisher: International Skiing History Association, P.O. Box 1064, Manchester Center VT 05255. Editor: Seth Masia, 39978 Panorama Rd, Paonia CO 81428. Managing Editor: Greg Ditrinco, 3076 Red Deer Trail, Lafayette, CO 80026-9322. (10) Owner: International Skiing History Association, P.O. Box 1064, Manchester Center VT 05255. (11) Known bondholders, mortgages, and other security holders owning or holding one percent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or other securities: None. (12) Tax status: 501( c )(3) public charity. (13) Publication title: Skiing History. (14) Issue date for circulation data below: September/October 2021. (15) Extent and nature of circulation: Average number of copies each issue during preceding 12 months, no. copies of single issue published nearest to filing date. (a) Total number of copies: 2497 (average), 2300 (single issue). (b) Paid circulation (by mail and outside the mail): (1) mailed outside county paid subscription stated on PS Form 3541: 1337 (average), 1275 (single issue). (2) Mailed in county paid subscriptions stated on Form 3541: 0 (average), 0 (single issue). (3) Paid distribution outside the mail including sales through dealers and carriers, street vendors, counter sales and other paid distribution outside USPS: 380 (average), 252 (single issue). (4) Paid distribution by other classes of mail through the USPS: 414 (average), 414 (single issue). (c) Total paid distribution: 2131 (average), 1941 (single issue). (d) Free or nominal rate distribution (by mail and outside the mail): (1) free or nominal rate outside-county copies included on PS Form 3541: 0 (average), 0 (single issue). (2) free or nominal rate in-county copies included on PS Form 3541: 0 (average), 0 (single issue). (3) Free or nominal rate copies mailed at other classes through the USPS (e.g., first-class mail): 0 (average), 0(single issue). (4) Free or nominal rate distribution outside the mail (carriers or other means): 310 (average), 270 (single issue). (e) Total free or nominal rate distribution: 310 (average), 270 (single issue). (f) Total distribution: 2440 (average), 2211 (single issue). (g) Copies not distributed: 57 (average), 89 (single issue). (h) Total: 2497 (average), 2300 (single issue). (i) Percent paid: 87.32% (average, 87.79% (single issue). (16) Electronic Copy Circulation (a) Paid electronic copies: 0 (average), 0 (single issue). (b) Total paid print copies: 0 (average), 0 (single issue). (c) Total paid distribution: 0 (average), 0 (single issue). (d) Percent paid: 0 (average), 0 (single issue).

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Signature and title of editor, publisher, business manager or owner: Seth Masia, editor.


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