#25in2020 Fall into Winter Auction

New England Nordic Ski Association - NENSA.net
November 2020
08:00 AM EST
December 2020
08:21 PM EST
GOAL $20,000.00
87.0% To Goal

About Our Auction

Join us in our 25th year!

NENSA is a catalyst for growth and performance in cross country skiing in the northeast US. With a small staff a huge component NENSA relies on donor contributions and THIS AUCTION to provide a framework for clubs and venues to host successful - and FUN - ski events for all ages.

The primary goal of the New England Nordic Ski Association is to create an environment that promotes the athletic development of New England cross-country skiers, supports skiing organizations, and encourages the growth of the sport of cross-country skiing.

About New England Nordic Ski Association - NENSA.net

The New England Nordic Ski Association (NENSA) is the overarching umbrella organization for cross country skiing in New England and the region. We are a member-supported service organization that promotes the sport of cross country skiing by creating opportunities for youth, athletes, coaches, officials and skiers of all levels and abilities.
Through the generous support of our members and sponsors, NENSA’s staff hosts dozens of year-round educational programs, and clinics as well as competitive events. NENSA is focused on expanding cross country skiing and rollersking through robust youth and introductory programs, as well citizen/popular events and racing programs in every season. NENSA provides the support structure necessary to bring cross country skiers to their highest potential at local, regional, national and international events.

Be a vibrant cross country skiing organization that inspires and empowers lifelong learning, development and community-building through the sport of cross country skiing.

Share the joy of gliding on snow through educational, recreational, introductory and competitive programs to nurture and sustain an active cross country ski community for all ages and levels throughout New England.

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