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    (Note the schedule below does not include the fundraising commitment, volunteer commitment, USSA membership fees, or Travel/Camp fees).

    • Tier 1 (U10-U14 skiers): Team fee $800/skier if registered by September 30, $875 after that date
      Training: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
    • Tier 2 (2nd year U14-U20 skiers): Team fee $950/skier if registered by September 30, $1025 after that date.  Training Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday.
    • Tier 3 (U16-U20 skiers): Team fee $1200/skier if registered by September 30, $1275 after that date. Training Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday.


    Please click the following link to register your skier(s).  Each form will link to the next upon successful completion.

    BNJRT Registration Forms

    For questions regarding registration, please contact:  accounting@bnjrt.net


    Also, please go to: http://my.ussa.org/membership/start and register for USSA. Athletes who will be racing should sign up as Competitors in their respective age groups. Athletes who don't intend to race can purchase a General Membership, a USSA license (General or Competitor) is required for all BNJRT athletes. A USSA General or Competitor license is also required for all parents who will be skiing at Eldora during the team's after school practice sessions.


    A Nordic ski pass is required to ski at Eldora Mountain Nordic Center. All BNJRT skiers (and parents skiing 'after hours') must hold a season pass. To ski 'after hours' ALL skiers must have a season pass and an Eldora waiver signed to ski while the team is training ('after hours' waiver is only avaialble at the Eldora Nordic Center during regular business hours).


    • In addition to the team fee, each skier must provide a post-dated fundraising deposit check for $300 at registration.  (If a family has two skiers, the check will be for $600).  We hold these checks uncashed until the end of the season.
    • Families can pay off the $300 per skier fundraising commitment by using the fundraising grocery cards, REI cards, Home Depot cards and/or by raising funds at the skiathon.  Michelle Considine handles all aspects of ordering and distributing the grocery cards, etc., for which we are very grateful!
    • Michelle tracks the amounts earned on the grocery and other cards for BNJRT throughout the year.  Michelle sends out periodic emails explaining the "grocery" card fundraising, and you can reach her at michconsidine@yahoo.com.
    • At the end of the season, if a family does no fundraising at all, BNJRT cashes the deposit check.  If a skier earns $200 toward the fundraising deposit, BNJRT cashes the check, and refunds the family the $200 earned, but retains the $100.  If a skier earns the entire $300 (or more), BNJRT tears up the check.
    •  The per-skier fundraising commitment is entirely separate from the volunteer credits detailed on the Volunteer Opportunities page  

    We have this fundraising deposit requirement as another way to keep our team fees lower for those families and skiers who are able to fundraise using the grocery cards and skiathon.  This year, fundraising deposit checks will be dated May 1, 2017, because our fiscal year closes out May 30.  Fundraising received or credited through April 30 will count toward the deposit.  If a family does not wish to fundraise, however, we will offer the option to pay the $300 per skier fundraising commitment at registration.