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Snow sports celebs star at museum opening

Washington Olympians and Hall of Famers came out to celebrate the grand opening on Oct. 10. Pictured from left are, back, Phil Mahre, Susie Luby, Debbie Armstrong, Mark Bathum, Scott Macartney, Steve Mahre, Judy Nagel, Angeli Van Laanen, and  Patrick Deneen; front row, Libby Ludlow, Shannon Bloedel, and Randy Garretson. - Courtesy Photo
Washington Olympians and Hall of Famers came out to celebrate the grand opening on Oct. 10. Pictured from left are, back, Phil Mahre, Susie Luby, Debbie Armstrong, Mark Bathum, Scott Macartney, Steve Mahre, Judy Nagel, Angeli Van Laanen, and Patrick Deneen; front row, Libby Ludlow, Shannon Bloedel, and Randy Garretson.
— Image Credit: Courtesy Photo
On Saturday, Oct. 10, the Washington State Ski and Snowboard Museum held its grand opening with 13 Olympians in attendance.
Located directly across from the Summit Inn on the Snoqualmie Pass, the museum is home to many exhibits detailing the history of snow sports and how they have evolved.
David Moffett, president of the museum, said the grand opening was a success, with hundreds of people showing up to see the new exhibits and the specially invited Washington Olympians.
“It was fabulous, we had about 300 people there,” Moffett said. “We had 13 Olympians which was pretty amazing, and we had a lot of donors.”
Some of the Olympians at the grand opening included World Cup skier Judy Nagel, gold medalist Deborah Armstrong, and Phil and Steve Mahre, brothers regarded as some of the best skiers of their time.
Moffett explained that the museum is aiming to be a more lively, interactive place through the use of digital content in exhibits.
“It’s a very informative museum, we have eight monitors that tell stories, most are touch screens,” Moffett said.
Having a digital component to the museum also enables staff to change up the content regularly to make it a fresh experience for repeat visits, he added. The exhibits on display are not just a history of snow sports, but also a look at how these sports have evolved and the accomplishments of Washington athletes.
Exhibits include a 1940s-style rope tow that runs across the whole museum, a booth about the history of skiing gear, Nordic skiing traditions, and a booth for the Outdoors for All Foundation, which helps bring skiing opportunities to people with disabilities.
Moffett’s personal favorite is the awards display that showcases Washington athletes’ achievements over the years, like Mahre’s World Cup and Armstrong’s Olympic gold medal.
The museum is open from 3 to 7 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Fridays through Sundays. The museum is staffed by volunteers, including three from North Bend. Moffett said the museum is looking for more volunteers. Contact him at the museum at (425) 434-0826, or visit  more at www.wsssm.org.
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Snow sports celebs star at museum opening

Washington Olympians and Hall of Famers came out to celebrate the grand opening on Oct. 10. Pictured from left are, back, Phil Mahre, Susie Luby, Debbie Armstrong, Mark Bathum, Scott Macartney, Steve Mahre, Judy Nagel, Angeli Van Laanen, and  Patrick Deneen; front row, Libby Ludlow, Shannon Bloedel, and Randy Garretson. - Courtesy Photo
Washington Olympians and Hall of Famers came out to celebrate the grand opening on Oct. 10. Pictured from left are, back, Phil Mahre, Susie Luby, Debbie Armstrong, Mark Bathum, Scott Macartney, Steve Mahre, Judy Nagel, Angeli Van Laanen, and Patrick Deneen; front row, Libby Ludlow, Shannon Bloedel, and Randy Garretson.
— Image Credit: Courtesy Photo
On Saturday, Oct. 10, the Washington State Ski and Snowboard Museum held its grand opening with 13 Olympians in attendance.
Located directly across from the Summit Inn on the Snoqualmie Pass, the museum is home to many exhibits detailing the history of snow sports and how they have evolved.
David Moffett, president of the museum, said the grand opening was a success, with hundreds of people showing up to see the new exhibits and the specially invited Washington Olympians.
“It was fabulous, we had about 300 people there,” Moffett said. “We had 13 Olympians which was pretty amazing, and we had a lot of donors.”
Some of the Olympians at the grand opening included World Cup skier Judy Nagel, gold medalist Deborah Armstrong, and Phil and Steve Mahre, brothers regarded as some of the best skiers of their time.
Moffett explained that the museum is aiming to be a more lively, interactive place through the use of digital content in exhibits.
“It’s a very informative museum, we have eight monitors that tell stories, most are touch screens,” Moffett said.
Having a digital component to the museum also enables staff to change up the content regularly to make it a fresh experience for repeat visits, he added. The exhibits on display are not just a history of snow sports, but also a look at how these sports have evolved and the accomplishments of Washington athletes.
Exhibits include a 1940s-style rope tow that runs across the whole museum, a booth about the history of skiing gear, Nordic skiing traditions, and a booth for the Outdoors for All Foundation, which helps bring skiing opportunities to people with disabilities.
Moffett’s personal favorite is the awards display that showcases Washington athletes’ achievements over the years, like Mahre’s World Cup and Armstrong’s Olympic gold medal.
The museum is open from 3 to 7 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Fridays through Sundays. The museum is staffed by volunteers, including three from North Bend. Moffett said the museum is looking for more volunteers. Contact him at the museum at (425) 434-0826, or visit  more at www.wsssm.org.
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Snow sports celebs star at museum opening

Washington Olympians and Hall of Famers came out to celebrate the grand opening on Oct. 10. Pictured from left are, back, Phil Mahre, Susie Luby, Debbie Armstrong, Mark Bathum, Scott Macartney, Steve Mahre, Judy Nagel, Angeli Van Laanen, and  Patrick Deneen; front row, Libby Ludlow, Shannon Bloedel, and Randy Garretson. - Courtesy Photo
Washington Olympians and Hall of Famers came out to celebrate the grand opening on Oct. 10. Pictured from left are, back, Phil Mahre, Susie Luby, Debbie Armstrong, Mark Bathum, Scott Macartney, Steve Mahre, Judy Nagel, Angeli Van Laanen, and Patrick Deneen; front row, Libby Ludlow, Shannon Bloedel, and Randy Garretson.
— Image Credit: Courtesy Photo
On Saturday, Oct. 10, the Washington State Ski and Snowboard Museum held its grand opening with 13 Olympians in attendance.
Located directly across from the Summit Inn on the Snoqualmie Pass, the museum is home to many exhibits detailing the history of snow sports and how they have evolved.
David Moffett, president of the museum, said the grand opening was a success, with hundreds of people showing up to see the new exhibits and the specially invited Washington Olympians.
“It was fabulous, we had about 300 people there,” Moffett said. “We had 13 Olympians which was pretty amazing, and we had a lot of donors.”
Some of the Olympians at the grand opening included World Cup skier Judy Nagel, gold medalist Deborah Armstrong, and Phil and Steve Mahre, brothers regarded as some of the best skiers of their time.
Moffett explained that the museum is aiming to be a more lively, interactive place through the use of digital content in exhibits.
“It’s a very informative museum, we have eight monitors that tell stories, most are touch screens,” Moffett said.
Having a digital component to the museum also enables staff to change up the content regularly to make it a fresh experience for repeat visits, he added. The exhibits on display are not just a history of snow sports, but also a look at how these sports have evolved and the accomplishments of Washington athletes.
Exhibits include a 1940s-style rope tow that runs across the whole museum, a booth about the history of skiing gear, Nordic skiing traditions, and a booth for the Outdoors for All Foundation, which helps bring skiing opportunities to people with disabilities.
Moffett’s personal favorite is the awards display that showcases Washington athletes’ achievements over the years, like Mahre’s World Cup and Armstrong’s Olympic gold medal.
The museum is open from 3 to 7 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Fridays through Sundays. The museum is staffed by volunteers, including three from North Bend. Moffett said the museum is looking for more volunteers. Contact him at the museum at (425) 434-0826, or visit  more at www.wsssm.org.
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Snow sports celebs star at museum opening

Washington Olympians and Hall of Famers came out to celebrate the grand opening on Oct. 10. Pictured from left are, back, Phil Mahre, Susie Luby, Debbie Armstrong, Mark Bathum, Scott Macartney, Steve Mahre, Judy Nagel, Angeli Van Laanen, and  Patrick Deneen; front row, Libby Ludlow, Shannon Bloedel, and Randy Garretson. - Courtesy Photo
Washington Olympians and Hall of Famers came out to celebrate the grand opening on Oct. 10. Pictured from left are, back, Phil Mahre, Susie Luby, Debbie Armstrong, Mark Bathum, Scott Macartney, Steve Mahre, Judy Nagel, Angeli Van Laanen, and Patrick Deneen; front row, Libby Ludlow, Shannon Bloedel, and Randy Garretson.
— Image Credit: Courtesy Photo
On Saturday, Oct. 10, the Washington State Ski and Snowboard Museum held its grand opening with 13 Olympians in attendance.
Located directly across from the Summit Inn on the Snoqualmie Pass, the museum is home to many exhibits detailing the history of snow sports and how they have evolved.
David Moffett, president of the museum, said the grand opening was a success, with hundreds of people showing up to see the new exhibits and the specially invited Washington Olympians.
“It was fabulous, we had about 300 people there,” Moffett said. “We had 13 Olympians which was pretty amazing, and we had a lot of donors.”
Some of the Olympians at the grand opening included World Cup skier Judy Nagel, gold medalist Deborah Armstrong, and Phil and Steve Mahre, brothers regarded as some of the best skiers of their time.
Moffett explained that the museum is aiming to be a more lively, interactive place through the use of digital content in exhibits.
“It’s a very informative museum, we have eight monitors that tell stories, most are touch screens,” Moffett said.
Having a digital component to the museum also enables staff to change up the content regularly to make it a fresh experience for repeat visits, he added. The exhibits on display are not just a history of snow sports, but also a look at how these sports have evolved and the accomplishments of Washington athletes.
Exhibits include a 1940s-style rope tow that runs across the whole museum, a booth about the history of skiing gear, Nordic skiing traditions, and a booth for the Outdoors for All Foundation, which helps bring skiing opportunities to people with disabilities.
Moffett’s personal favorite is the awards display that showcases Washington athletes’ achievements over the years, like Mahre’s World Cup and Armstrong’s Olympic gold medal.
The museum is open from 3 to 7 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Fridays through Sundays. The museum is staffed by volunteers, including three from North Bend. Moffett said the museum is looking for more volunteers. Contact him at the museum at (425) 434-0826, or visit  more at www.wsssm.org.
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Snow sports celebs star at museum opening

Washington Olympians and Hall of Famers came out to celebrate the grand opening on Oct. 10. Pictured from left are, back, Phil Mahre, Susie Luby, Debbie Armstrong, Mark Bathum, Scott Macartney, Steve Mahre, Judy Nagel, Angeli Van Laanen, and  Patrick Deneen; front row, Libby Ludlow, Shannon Bloedel, and Randy Garretson. - Courtesy Photo
Washington Olympians and Hall of Famers came out to celebrate the grand opening on Oct. 10. Pictured from left are, back, Phil Mahre, Susie Luby, Debbie Armstrong, Mark Bathum, Scott Macartney, Steve Mahre, Judy Nagel, Angeli Van Laanen, and Patrick Deneen; front row, Libby Ludlow, Shannon Bloedel, and Randy Garretson.
— Image Credit: Courtesy Photo
On Saturday, Oct. 10, the Washington State Ski and Snowboard Museum held its grand opening with 13 Olympians in attendance.
Located directly across from the Summit Inn on the Snoqualmie Pass, the museum is home to many exhibits detailing the history of snow sports and how they have evolved.
David Moffett, president of the museum, said the grand opening was a success, with hundreds of people showing up to see the new exhibits and the specially invited Washington Olympians.
“It was fabulous, we had about 300 people there,” Moffett said. “We had 13 Olympians which was pretty amazing, and we had a lot of donors.”
Some of the Olympians at the grand opening included World Cup skier Judy Nagel, gold medalist Deborah Armstrong, and Phil and Steve Mahre, brothers regarded as some of the best skiers of their time.
Moffett explained that the museum is aiming to be a more lively, interactive place through the use of digital content in exhibits.
“It’s a very informative museum, we have eight monitors that tell stories, most are touch screens,” Moffett said.
Having a digital component to the museum also enables staff to change up the content regularly to make it a fresh experience for repeat visits, he added. The exhibits on display are not just a history of snow sports, but also a look at how these sports have evolved and the accomplishments of Washington athletes.
Exhibits include a 1940s-style rope tow that runs across the whole museum, a booth about the history of skiing gear, Nordic skiing traditions, and a booth for the Outdoors for All Foundation, which helps bring skiing opportunities to people with disabilities.
Moffett’s personal favorite is the awards display that showcases Washington athletes’ achievements over the years, like Mahre’s World Cup and Armstrong’s Olympic gold medal.
The museum is open from 3 to 7 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Fridays through Sundays. The museum is staffed by volunteers, including three from North Bend. Moffett said the museum is looking for more volunteers. Contact him at the museum at (425) 434-0826, or visit  more at www.wsssm.org.
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Snow sports celebs star at museum opening

Washington Olympians and Hall of Famers came out to celebrate the grand opening on Oct. 10. Pictured from left are, back, Phil Mahre, Susie Luby, Debbie Armstrong, Mark Bathum, Scott Macartney, Steve Mahre, Judy Nagel, Angeli Van Laanen, and  Patrick Deneen; front row, Libby Ludlow, Shannon Bloedel, and Randy Garretson. - Courtesy Photo
Washington Olympians and Hall of Famers came out to celebrate the grand opening on Oct. 10. Pictured from left are, back, Phil Mahre, Susie Luby, Debbie Armstrong, Mark Bathum, Scott Macartney, Steve Mahre, Judy Nagel, Angeli Van Laanen, and Patrick Deneen; front row, Libby Ludlow, Shannon Bloedel, and Randy Garretson.
— Image Credit: Courtesy Photo
On Saturday, Oct. 10, the Washington State Ski and Snowboard Museum held its grand opening with 13 Olympians in attendance.
Located directly across from the Summit Inn on the Snoqualmie Pass, the museum is home to many exhibits detailing the history of snow sports and how they have evolved.
David Moffett, president of the museum, said the grand opening was a success, with hundreds of people showing up to see the new exhibits and the specially invited Washington Olympians.
“It was fabulous, we had about 300 people there,” Moffett said. “We had 13 Olympians which was pretty amazing, and we had a lot of donors.”
Some of the Olympians at the grand opening included World Cup skier Judy Nagel, gold medalist Deborah Armstrong, and Phil and Steve Mahre, brothers regarded as some of the best skiers of their time.
Moffett explained that the museum is aiming to be a more lively, interactive place through the use of digital content in exhibits.
“It’s a very informative museum, we have eight monitors that tell stories, most are touch screens,” Moffett said.
Having a digital component to the museum also enables staff to change up the content regularly to make it a fresh experience for repeat visits, he added. The exhibits on display are not just a history of snow sports, but also a look at how these sports have evolved and the accomplishments of Washington athletes.
Exhibits include a 1940s-style rope tow that runs across the whole museum, a booth about the history of skiing gear, Nordic skiing traditions, and a booth for the Outdoors for All Foundation, which helps bring skiing opportunities to people with disabilities.
Moffett’s personal favorite is the awards display that showcases Washington athletes’ achievements over the years, like Mahre’s World Cup and Armstrong’s Olympic gold medal.
The museum is open from 3 to 7 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Fridays through Sundays. The museum is staffed by volunteers, including three from North Bend. Moffett said the museum is looking for more volunteers. Contact him at the museum at (425) 434-0826, or visit  more at www.wsssm.org.
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