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The national social worked sciences troop period well a training for anyone age seven and older, Wednesday and Thursday, December 30th and 31st, 2015, at Satre Hill Salisbury. No ski jumping experience is required according to SWSA President Ken Barker, but participants must bring their own downhill or cross country skis, boots and helmets. Over the course of the two days, the kids get a feel for what ski jumping is all about, and they get a to practice their new skills on the 20 meter beginner hill Barker said. We make snow just like the downhill ski areas, Barker said, we be ready to go even if Mother Nature doesn't cooperate. The fee for the two-day event is $40 per skier, which includes instruction jumping basics, practice, some individual guidance and lunch for both days. Also, the first 25 youngsters to register Wednesday morning receive a jump camp T shirt. The clinic run from 9 am to 3 pm both days. The camp conclude with a mini tournament starting at 2 pm on Thursday. To pre-register or for more information, e mail Ken Barker at or call him at 1 806. Ski Jumping at Satre Hill. SWSA provides instruction for jumpers from 6 years old and up. Currently we have jumpers using our 20 and 30-meter hills. Both hills have been worked on recently to improve the quality of the hill and experience. Things to know before you start: Team SWSA. Team SWSA is a group of area youth who have tried ski jumping and continue to train beyond the Holiday Camp. They can compete throughout New England with their first competition at SWSA during Jumpfest small hills competition. Participation tournaments at other clubs is optional, but lots of fun! SWSA shares training and competitive opportunities and summer with the Eastern Ski Jumping Association who have clubs Lake Placid Lebanon, NH Andover, NH Participation outside SWSA is optional. Snow permitting there is also the opportunity to try cross-country skiing. Contact for more information and to register. For Parents of Jumpers. What I learned when my child became a ski jumper: History of SWSA. 1924 John Satre immigrated to Salisbury to work as a chauffeur for the Warner family and 1925 both Olaf and Magnus, his brothers, joined him. Being well known jumpers and cross country skiers Norway they established what was known then as the Salisbury Outing Club. On 29th, 1927 the club held its first competition with a crowd of over two hundred spectators. Ski jumping was here to stay. 1933 the Salisbury Outing Club hosted the National Championships. During the years of the war the jump fell into disrepair. Again 1945 its residents renamed and started what is now known as the Salisbury Sports Association. Improvements to the landing hill and the tower were made 1950 and 1952 SWSA hosted the Eastern National Championships. The Satre family started a tradition for the Town of Salisbury and the local community that continues to nourish and grow. Our Mission. The mission of the Salisbury Sports Association is to acquaint our nearby communities, especially the children, with Nordic ski-jumping, cross-country and skiing, and to teach the skills necessary for their enjoyment and lifelong pursuit. As part of its mission, SWSA hosts and perpetuates the annual ski-jumping competition on Satre Hill to sustain ski jumping Salisbury and the Eastern United States. Salisbury Sports Associate A Salisbury tradition for 90 years, this all-volunteer, non-profit organization has fostered the exhilarating sport of ski jumping among all ages and generations. SWSA continues to improve its snowmaking capabilities, ensuring that the Eastern National Ski Jumping Championships remain an annual event Salisbury, CT Non-Profit. I signed up 7 month old puppy for obedience training class. She had been to puppy class at another facility and had done wonderfully there. The class had only 3 dogs owners at the start. By the 4th week, I was the only one left. The trainer was, it appeared, somewhat impaired, and tended to ramble on about nonspecific things instead of having us work with our dogs. The final straw was the night I showed up on time and the