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Love4Lisa Fundraiser

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Lisa Moulding at the Mazot
Reposted with permission from Dan Kneip and

Lisa Moulding, the popular 34-year-old server at the on-mountain Mazot Eatery at Mt. Hood Meadows, has been diagnosed with Stage IV stomach cancer. Cancer survivor and Mount Hood regular Dan Kneip offers this personal story about Lisa, from his perspective.

April Flurries Allowing for Bonus Days

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Season extended at Mt. Hood MeadowsMt. Hood Meadows is moving forward with plans to operate Friday, Saturday and Sunday April 17 - 19. The resort initially had announced daily operations through Sunday April 12th, but the weather outlook and the resort’s proven ability to harvest and manage the snowpack will allow it to offer the three bonus days.

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Thanks for Keeping it Positive

Categories: Guest Stories Inside Meadows

MHM has always been a great area. In the past it was a great area run by a construction company. Now it's a great area run by a company that cares about the customers, and it looks like cares about the employees. Didn't get the sense employees were just doing time this past season. They made a point to make the day fun and that is what it's about. That positive attitude reflects management as well as staff.

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A Tribute to Ann Heestand

Categories: Guest Stories Inside Meadows Transportation

Happiness is riding a ski bus with Ann Heestand

Ann Heestand organized the first midweek ladies bus to come to Meadows the year we opened. She eventually went to work for Meadows and grew that midweek program to nearly 1,000 women, riding buses from the Portland metro area Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Ann passed away March 19. This essay by Bill Savage is a tribute to Ann and all she did for others.

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No Foolin' - April Brings Best POWDER Skiing of the Season

Categories: Guest Connection Media Center Weather Blog

April 1 storm powder plunge on Cascade Express at Mt. Hood MeadowsA budding April storm has dropped more than ten inches of light snow at Mt. Hood Meadows, delighting powder hounds. It’s the finest kind, and enthusiasts received a bonus treat as Cascade Express - the resort’s highest lift, was opened for the first time since the storm blew in. Fresh tracks with refills were served up in the morning, with cloud breaks and the storm offering a sunny reprieve by midday.

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