The Park City and Heber Valley pickleball clubs are teaming up against cancer, as part of the third annual Pink Park City ski day on March 28 at Canyons Village.
The mountain will be covered in pink, complete with pink-themed parties, pink decorations, and hundreds of pink-clad skiers and snowboarders. All proceeds raised will support research for all types of cancer at the Huntsman Cancer Institute.
Members of both the Park City and Heber Valley pickleball clubs are invited to join the “Pickled Pink” team for a $35 donation (lift ticket not included).
There will be live music, a costume contest, photo opportunities, food and drink, deck parties, giveaways and prize drawings. Capping it all off will be the Rally for Hope Parade, with participants skiing down the mountain together in a celebration of life.
Members of the “Pickled Pink” team don’t have to ski or snowboard to participate. Team shirts will be available soon at an estimated cost of $15. The plan is for members to purchase shirts large enough to wear OVER their jackets, so everyone looks the same on the mountain.
To register for the event, go to https://hope.huntsmancancer.org/pinkparkcity and sign up with the team “Pickled Pink.”
For further information, contact Steph Tagge at firstname.lastname@example.org or Myrna Lueck at email@example.com.