If you are coming to our sit ski Clinic on August 12th. Crown Lake (Mokan Ski Lake) is just east of lawrence KS. Use the following link to get a map to the lake.
Many years ago, the club had a great Junior Development program. We taught many a kid to ski and advance in their skiing. As our kids grew up, we slowly ended the program. Now we have some grand kids skiing. Here are 3 of our youngest members who have just learned to ski on their
Ron Holland was one of the founding members or our club and he did so much for the Pomona Lake Ski Club. He provided years of hay rack rides for the kids at Halloween. He drove and pulled pyramids, he actually pulled the pylon out of his inboard. When the club sold firewood at the
Well the skiing season is started and we are so excited. Our summer will be one of rebuilding. This spring our dock got damaged in a storm and our walkway got torn into two pieces. The club is pretty focused on getting this all fixed in the next couple weekends. We have been working at
The club just purchased an additional 50ft of walkway so we can be ADA compliant. Bill Hodgson helped us unload this walkway. Everything was going as planned until the storm last Thursday night. Micro bursts can do some damage. Friday morning we found both show dock and walkway turned over. Sunday, life members of our
Great news, we have received permission to hold a sit ski clinic on Crown Lake, just east of Lawrence KS. Mark your calendars for Saturday August 12th. Here is a video we made from one of our previous clinics. Look for more information soon. We'll blow the water away next time from Rough Water Warriors
One of the tools the club uses to teach skiing is the barefoot boom. It can be used at very slow speeds to teach young kids to ski. Being right next to the boat is very safe, and allows the coach to give the skier directions that they can hear, see and understand immediately. The