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SISU Ski Fest – Ironwood, MI – January 6, 2018


The 9th Annual SISU Ski Fest will be held January 6, 2018.

Start at ABR Trails and “Finnish” in downtown Ironwood.

Ski among Northwoods pines, up, down and around rocky outcroppings, along the Montreal River, through the Miners Memorial Heritage Park, and by the World’s Tallest Native American Statue.

Commemorative SISU souvenirs and locally crafted age group awards. Traditional “Yooper” fare and local entertainment. A big event with small town ambiance.

SISU Ski Fest, your gateway to the season!

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SISU Ski Fest On Facebook

Below are the latest postings from the SISU Ski Fest Page On Facebook.

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Wednesday January 16th, 2019 - 9:46 am

SISU Ski Fest

Thank you for supporting the 10th Annual SISU Ski Fest!
The 10th Annual 2019 SISU Ski Fest is in the books!
680 skiers were registered. Excellent snow and grooming conditions along with good weather made for a wonderful Fest!
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Thank you for supporting the 10th Annual SISU Ski Fest!
The 10th Annual 2019 SISU Ski Fest is in the books! 
 680 skiers were registered.  Excellent snow and grooming conditions along with good weather made for a wonderful Fest!

Monday January 14th, 2019 - 4:11 pm

SISU Ski Fest

ICORE - Iron County Outdoor Recreation Enthusiasts

We are saddened by the death of ICORE board member Mike Fauerbach. Mike was an incredibly hard-working supporter of ICORE, the Hurley Non-Motorized Trail, and the Hurley School District. He will be deeply missed by the Iron County community and beyond.

From Mike's family:
We invite you to join us for a celebration of his life on this coming Saturday, January 19 at Sharon’s Coffee Company and East End Tavern in Hurley WI. 4PM – 8PM. Social time starts at 4PM followed by some remembrances and a toast at 5PM. Food will follow. Please pass along this information to anyone that might be interested.We are saddened by the death of ICORE board member Mike Fauerbach. Mike was an incredibly hard-working supporter of ICORE, the Hurley Non-Motorized Trail, and the Hurley School District. He will be deeply missed by the Iron County community and beyond.

From Mike's family:
We invite you to join us for a celebration of his life on this coming Saturday, January 19 at Sharon’s Coffee Company and East End Tavern in Hurley WI. 4PM – 8PM. Social time starts at 4PM followed by some remembrances and a toast at 5PM. Food will follow. Please pass along this information to anyone that might be interested.
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ICORE - Iron County Outdoor Recreation Enthusiasts
 
We are saddened by the death of ICORE board member Mike Fauerbach. Mike was an incredibly hard-working supporter of ICORE, the Hurley Non-Motorized Trail, and the Hurley School District. He will be deeply missed by the Iron County community and beyond.

From Mikes family:
We invite you to join us for a celebration of his life on this coming Saturday, January 19 at Sharon’s Coffee Company and East End Tavern in Hurley WI. 4PM – 8PM. Social time starts at 4PM followed by some remembrances and a toast at 5PM. Food will follow. Please pass along this information to anyone that might be interested.

 

Comment on Facebook

We are devastated to report that one of our racers, Mike Fauerbach, passed away on-course during the 15K Heikki Lunta race. He was found unresponsive 0.5K from the starting line by other skiers, several of whom halted their own race to render aid. Trained volunteers and race officials responded immediately with CPR and an AED, then transported him by rescue sled to a waiting ambulance. Mike was a retired lawyer from Hurley, WI who skied at ABR almost every day and was very active in ICORE (Iron County Outdoor Recreation Enthusiasts) and other silent sports advocacy groups. The entire community will miss his dedication, enthusiasm, and commitment to public service. Our hearts go out to Mike's family and friends. We are deeply grateful to all those that stopped to help. We would still like to talk with everyone that saw or assisted in this tragic situation, so if we have not spoken to you directly, please contact Ski Patroller Melanie Fullman at melaniefullman@gmail.com or 307-761-8299.

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