Posts for the COY blog, Connecting Ontario’s Youth.
We are thrilled to welcome XXX the Ontario Otter to the XCSO ski community. Please help us chose a name for the mascot.
Vote HERE by 23:59 December 1st.
A change and update for our Skill Development Program:
- Welcome Karen Cheek. Karen will be your main contact for Skill Development Program materials. Materials will continue to be operated out of Highlands Nordic. Please update your contact information to [email protected].
- We have added a SDP Coordinator’s Discussion Board to our Project COY – Connecting Ontario Youth. We are hopeful that this can provide an online forum for club SDP Coordinators to learn from each other and share ideas.
XCSO invites an interested club to bid on the management of our Skill Development Program Materials inquiries, ordering and handling. The contract will be awarded to a responsive club/individual well integrated in the Ontario cross country ski community sharing a common vision of engaging youth in sport and promoting cross country skiing as a life long activity. Please see our Request for Proposal for more information. DEADLINE extended to September 1, 2020
Sharpen your pencil crayons and get creative Ontario jackrabbits! CCC toque design contest is back for another great year. More info here.
Applications are now being accepted for CCC’s Ski to School program. More information here.
To celebrate the 2018 Pyeong Chang Olympics COY (Connecting Ontario Youth) invites you to choose a song and come up with a dance that shows your “Olympic Spirit”. Click here for more details.
Nordic Rocks is a system that skiers can use to record the number of kilometres skied in a season. It is offered online, at http://www.nordicrocks.com. Individuals can also compare their mileage to others’ that also use this system.