Mr. Peter Schumann (photo), on behalf of Big White Ski Resort Ltd, made a presentation today of $5,000 to the Big White Mountain Early Learning Centre to assist the non-profit organization in purchasing supplies, materials and to support the early child educator’s salary.
It's been almost a month since Interior Health has reported a new case linked to the Big White COVID-19 Community Cluster. For the past three weeks, Interior Health has reported zero new cases, and at this point in time, zero remain active and/or in isolation.
Over the next three weekends of the TELUS Snowcross Challenge, and up until April 1, Big White Ski Resort is asking you – our guests, residents and partners – to consider donating to the Central Okanagan Food Bank. For every dollar donated, we will match it up to $15,000. All of that money will go directly to the COFB's Nutritional Improvement Program, which provides seasonal produce, meat, dairy and eggs, as well as children's snack packs to local families in need.
Big White Ski Resort Ltd and Big White Central Reservations Ltd are pleased to announce that they meet or exceed the World Travel & Tourism Council's (WTTC) global Safe Travels protocols. The Save Travels accreditation recognizes businesses that have implemented and maintained standardized global health and hygiene protocols as set out by the WTTC.
At the end of January, Kelsey Rey (Serwa) and her mom spent the evening dining through the village at Big White Ski Resort. They stopped at four different restaurants, experiencing some of the best each venue had to offer. We got the lowdown on this culinary adventure from the Olympic Gold Medalist herself.
Today we celebrate our 100-day guarantee, as part of our rebate 2020 season pass program. Plus, there are no new cases to report. Today truly is a good day to go skiing, especially with 20cm overnight.
Now a year into this pandemic, we know all too well how tied to our computers, cellphones, and desks we need to be to keep things running smoothly, and we know those vacations to sunny beaches and exotic locations have been put on hold. Our fingers are stiff from typing, our eyes are sore from staring at the computer, our vacation days are racking up, and, to be honest, we’re just kind of tired of always making sure we look presentable in our Zoom meetings.
With 18 cm of Okanagan Champagne Powder overnight, 35 cm this week and -5C in the forecast, it's shaping up to be a beautiful weekend ahead. This afternoon, we're pleased to report only one additional case has been added to the Big White Mountain COVID-19 Community Cluster. There are 11 active cases in isolation on or off mountain.