Schussers Ski and Sports Club 
172 US Route 302
P.O. Box 156, Glen, NH 03838

Membership Contact

Membership Contact:      Mary Beth Cafferty

E-mail or call:           781.223.4783

Lodge Phone:                       603.383.6372


Although the club is active year-round, the best times to find lots of us around at the same time are:

Weekends: First in January to last in March

Work Weekends: Last weekend in April, Last weekend in October


There are lots of benefits to becoming a member of our ski club. For instance:

  • A ready-made community with the common interests of having fun outdoors, meeting new people and hanging out with friends
  • A comfortable, affordable, safe place to stay, entertain friends, and a warm, dry place to store your gear
  • A resource to get recommendations on great places to go, to do your favorite sport, buy gear, eat out, see live music, etc.
  • A membership to the Eastern Inter-Club Ski League (EICSL) which gives you:
  • Access to discount lift tickets
  • Special year-round social events
  • Discounts at local retail and service businesses


Membership Requirements & Cost

  • 21 years of age or over
  • One-Time Initiation Fee
  • Membership Dues: $600.00 per year, due by July 1 of each calendar year
  • To become a member you must stay at the lodge for at least four nights. You must also fill out an application form which needs to be signed by three members who have met and talked with you.

By spending a couple of weekends with us, you get to see a representative sample of the membership and we get to see a representative sample of you. If it seems like we share enough in common to be comfortable, well then, the rest is formality. The Membership folks can give you all the details.


Please feel free to call or email anytime and come spend a night with us as a guest for Thirty dollars a night!



Mary Beth Cafferty

Membership Chair



Why Join the Schussers?

We happen to think our club is special for a few reasons (aside from the great people, of course). We like to get out to the inter-club socials and local pubs to dance as well as meet new people to do stuff with. But if you'd rather hang out at the lodge by the fire, curl up with a good book; please do!


Our lodge is designed so that the common room is well separated from the sleeping quarters. So if you want to stay up late and socialize, you can do that. But if you're the type who gets up at the crack of dawn to hit the slopes or the trail by seven or eight AM, you can count on a good night's sleep.


We have a broad age range and good mix of couples and singles. And we're lucky enough to have members with all the skills it takes to keep the club running smoothly so we're free to focus on having fun.


Our sleeping quarters are on separate floors for men and women, which simplifies everything, right?



Membership Privileges

Active members in good standing are entitled to:

  • One vote at Club meetings
  • Run for an office
  • An assigned bunk 
  • Storage for personal belongings in a locked storage room while waiting for bunk assignment
  • Storage for personal belongings in an assigned room 
  • A key to the lodge and other locked rooms
  • Full use of the kitchen (off-season, except for weekends with scheduled activities)
  • One ski & boot slot in the ski locker room
  • Use of the ski tune-up bench and tools
  • One cross-country ski slot in the shed
  • Access to buy meals when we have a cook
  • Have guests at $30.00 per night


Membership Responsibilities

  • Pay dues on time
  • Know Club rules and abide by them
  • Attend and vote at Club meetings
  • Fulfill yearly work hour requirements on designated Work Weekends
  • Choose and serve on a committee
  • Remember to make a reservation during ski season and on Work Weekends
  • Do your 15-minute "chore" whenever you stay overnight
  • Have fun!


Making Reservations

Reservations must be made from Mid-December to the end of March, (and also for Work Weekends) to ensure that we have a bunk for every member. You should also indicate if you want to have dinner on Saturday night. Meals are currently $15.00 for dinner. If you are not a member and want to spend the weekend, please e-mail or call Mary Beth Cafferty at 781-223-4783 to make arrangements.



Club Meetings

Members meet regularly from December to April and at each Work Weekend. The Annual Meeting is held during the April Work Weekend. Executive Board meetings are also held monthly from December to April.



Types of Membership

Several levels of membership have been created over the years to accommodate the changing needs of the membership. Most status options are limited to those who have been Active Members In Good Standing for two or more years and are subject to approval by the Board of Directors. You can find more detail in the Constitution and Bylaws when you apply.

  1. Active: limited to 60 (30 men, 30 women)
  2. Affiliate 
  3. Alumnae
  4. Military (on active duty)
  5. Resident





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