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Interested in Joining Mountain Laurel Skiers?

Step 1. Come to a scheduled meeting…..introduce yourself. Meetings are held most Wednesday's in the Fall and twice monthly in the winter and summer at the Back Nine Tavern at the Stanley Golf Course in New Britain, Connecticut. Meeting time and dates are available on the MTL Calendar.

When you arrive ask for the Membership Chair or a Board member. You will find MTL members very friendly wanting to share with you what makes MTL the Ski, Sports, and Social club of choice.

Step 2. Pick up a“New Member Application” at a meeting or download a copy here.

Step 3. Fill out the application along with a check for the annual dues and initiation fee and bring it to a meeting or mail to the Membership at the address shown on the bottom of the form.

IMPORTANT: The initiation fee includes a free Fri/Sat stay for one person at the Club Lodge in Vermont.

Step 4. Membership will not be granted without signatures of all adults to affirm they have read and agree with the Membership Agreement/Waiver found on the back of the application.

Step 5. We would like to get to know you and your interests. A brief “meet and greet” with the Membership Chair or designee will be arranged. Following this in about two weeks you can expect to receive a welcome letter of acceptance for provisional membership with the details you will need to partake of all the benefits of Club membership.

Please try to attend the New Member Orientation held in late Fall.

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