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Mt. Shasta Ski passes ready to go on sale

Mt. Shasta Ski Park will begin its discounted preseason winter pass sale on July — with adult passes (13-64) for $199 for the 2001/2002 season, and junior (8-12) and senior (64-69) passes for $49.00.

The Park will offer the Family Pass for $799 while kids seven and under and seniors 70 and over can ski for free.

The preseason sale will end on September 3. After Sept. — passes will be $299 for adults, $59 for junior and seniors, and the under seven and seniors over 70 will be charged $19. Family passes will increase to $899.

Customers who purchase their passes and get their picture taken during the summer will be able to use their pass for chairlift rides, mountain biking and disc golf for free all summer. Plus, if passes are purchased in July, passholders will receive a free equipment check for the winter, which is valued at $35.

Passes can be purchased by calling 926-8610 or 1-800-SKI-SHASTA for outside Siskiyou and Shasta Counties. Passes can also be purchased at www.skipark.com.

GP's Thompson wins Mervyn's scholarship

Jeannelle Leanna Thompson from Grants Pass High School won the 2001 Mervyn's/Women's Sports Foundation Scholarship.

Thompson received the award for her participation in athletics, which included soccer, basketball and track, as well as her community and leadership activities.

Maldonado, Mitchell make all-star team

North Medford volleyball standouts Kaci Maldonado and Kendra Mitchell will play in the 2001 Oregon Volleyball All-Star Match on July 13-14.

Kaylene Munson from Klamath Union will join Maldonado and Mitchell in the all-star event with the first match being played at Chemeketa Community College on July 13 and the second at David Douglas High School on July 14.

Mitchell will attend the University of Portland in the fall.

On the other side of the net will be Alice Meyers, who starred at Henley High School and will head to the University of Montana in the fall.