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Tee to Green: Christmas tree lighting, course will soon turn to cross country skiing

by Terry Nelson
| November 23, 2022 1:00 AM

Snow-covered golf course

When the golf course gets covered with snow the cross country ski trail will be set for the skiers to use. When the skiing starts the use is limited to only those on skis with no snowshoes allowed and dogs are also banned from the course. This cooperative agreement between the Glacier Nordic Club and the Whitefish Lake Golf Club is a long-standing partnership that benefits our community as a whole. This year, with the construction at the course, we ask that all skiers please park in the lot adjacent to the Nordic Center Shop, along the highway, and not in front of the restaurant or first tee.

Christmas tree lighting

The annual lighting of the large Christmas tree in front of the club house at the golf course is scheduled for 6 p.m., Friday, Nov. 25. This annual event is sponsored by the Whitefish Lake Restaurant and is open to all. Santa will make an appearance and move around visiting with kids and adults.

Construction moving along

The framers are busy putting up walls and this week we expect to see the second floor rising, and soon after, the trusses for the roof system. Behind the scenes, the plumbers and electricians are moving pipes and wires to get ready for the remodel inside the existing locker room areas and golf shop. So far we remain on schedule and within our budget.

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