Boston Mills/Brandywine Ski Patrol has a large and active membership.
Even with the large number of primary patrollers there are opportunities for secondary patroller affiliations.Certain shifts such as daytime at Boston Mills (9 – 3), opening shifts at Brandywine (3 – 6) and weekend shifts at both areas are in need of additional patrollers including secondary patrollers.BECOMING A SECONDARY PATROLLER – There are four steps to becoming a secondary patroller associated with the BMBW Patrol.
Complying with these requirements will provide you with the same season pass benefits only as a primary BMBW patroller and also allow you to become a valuable member of the BMBW Patrol team.
If your are not able to meet BMBW’s Secondary Patroller requirements, we would still like you to join us for some Ski Patrol hospitality. Come out to either ski area, check in with the Hill Captain and sign up for a discounted lift ticket. You will not be able to wear your patrol parka but make a few runs with any of our patrollers and find out the benefits of our family rooms, our patrol camaraderie and excellent training programs. Maybe we can make a BMBW patroller out of you yet!
MOTION: Any patroller applying for secondary membership at BMBW Ski Patrol will need to fulfill the four following items:
1. Provide a letter or email from your primary patrol’s Director indicating that you have completed all refreshers and are in good standing.