Candace Horgan, NSP Communications Director
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- NSP COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR CANDACE HORGAN INTERVIEWED BY USA TODAY (11.18.11)
On November 23, NSP Communications Director Candace Horgan was interviewed by James Sullivan of USA Today for a story on avalanche safety.
- NSP COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR CANDACE HORGAN INTERVIEWED ON RADIO (3.27.11)
On March 20, 2011, NSP Communications Director Candace Horgan was interviewed by Pamela Wilson for the radio program The Caring Generation. You can listen to Candace's segment here. Scroll down with the slider on the right to the program for March 20, 2011: Caregivers Who Rescue. Candace's segment starts at the 54 minute mark; you can move the slider at the top to the 54-minute mark.
- 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF NSP NORDIC PROGRAM CELEBRATED (3.28.08)
On March 28, the 40th Anniversary of the NSP Nordic Program was celebrated with a banquet at the Blue Hill Adventure & Quarry Museum in Quincy, Mass. Museum Founder and Senior Nordic Patroller David Hodgdon (shown in photo at right with fellow Lake Placid patroller Michael Purcell) was heavily involved in the 1968 formation of the Nordic Program and planned the celebration that included the swapping of photos and stories, incorporating tales from Nordic patrollers' participation in the 1980 Lake Placid Winter Olympics. For more information on the origins of the NSP Nordic Program, check out the winter 2008 issue of Ski Patrol Magazine.
- NEW HAMPSHIRE STUDENT PATROL FEATURED ON THE NEWS (AND YOU TUBE)
A video clip from the New Hampshire Chronicle profiling a recent New Hampshire Region Student Patrol Training Seminar has hit
You Tube. The seven-minute video shows members of the state's student patrol participating in clinics, training and seminars at
Pat's Peak Ski Area. NSP members Chris Rousseau, Orest Ohar and Jenn Murdough were interviewed, along with a few students.
View the clip here.
- FINAL 10TH MOUNTAIN REUNION DRAWS NEARLY 1,000; NSP EXHIBIT AT NEW ENGLAND SKI MUSEUM
The National Association of the 10th Mountain Division held its last official
reunion Aug. 2-5, 2007 in Denver, with a post-reunion tour of Cooper Hill and Camp Hale on Aug. 6. More than 950 people attended
the events, including 312 World War II vets, 273 spouses and 331 descendents.
Click here to view photos. In related news, the New England Ski Museum in Franconia, N.H., is running an exhibit on the
NSP and its role in the creation of the Tenth Mountain Division. The exhibit opened June 1 and runs through March 2008.