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03.01.21 Town Hall Recording
Up now on the Team Site: March 01, 2021 Town Hall Recording!
– COVID Updates
– Land Exchange
– 3-5 Year Planning
– Q & A
Follow the link below to watch!
End of Night Operations
As we are in our last full week of night ops I would like to recognize your relentless efforts in keeping Meadows After Dark an integral part of our success this season. Your trust in each other and willingness to pitch in and help wherever needed is what makes it so successful. We understand that you have less resources available to you and that our night visitors at times can be more challenging.
There were many things thrown at you this season and it has not been without its hiccups but you found a way to make it work. It has been great to see our night business grow and provide an outlet for our guests who crave outdoor recreation in these interesting times. We will continue to invest and promote our night operations due to the excellent work you put forth. We still have 2 months to go in this season and hope that many of you transition into daytime operations if that is your desire.
Your Leadership Team
Remaining Vigilant While Restrictions Relax
We know it has been a long and difficult year struggling with Covid restrictions. We are also excited that local restaurants are opening back up, the weather is sunny and inviting, and vaccinations are being rolled out. However, now is not the time to let your guard down. Just because restrictions have started to relax doesn’t mean we can stop wearing masks and social distancing.
You are still responsible for your own safety and the safety of those you work and live with. STAY HOME IF YOU ARE SICK
- Stay more than 6 feet apart from all team members while at work, even if they’re ‘in your bubble,’ This sets a good example and reminds everyone to continue to be diligent.
- Wear a mask at all times when in public indoors unless you are eating in designated break locations.
- If you are going out to eat at local restaurants please only do so with your household or bubble.
- Wear a mask outdoors where you can’t stay more than 6 feet apart.
Remember if you spend more than 15 minutes within 6 feet of someone (indoors or out, mask or not, vaccine or not) and they get sick with any Covid like symptoms you will have to quarantine for 14 days. Please continue to be vigilant and speak up for the safety of all.
– The COVID Response Team
Year-Round Opportunities at Mt. Hood Meadows
NEW Year-Round MHM Job Opportunities
– Director of Finance
– Mtn. Operations Administrator
Local Summer Job Postings
Check out our list of local employers seeking summer seasonal help!
Know someone who would be a good fit for a position at Meadows? Check out our Refer-A-Friend program!
Wilderness First Responder Recert Course
Ski Patrol is considering hosting a Wilderness First Responder Recertification course April 26-30.
Interested MHM employees with a current WFR certification who are in need of recertification should reach ASAP out to:
John Bain, Patrol Manager
ext. 1298 / email@example.com
If we get enough interest, MHM will host this WFR Recert (SOLO) at cost for employees. For more info about SOLO Southeast Wilderness Medicine and their WFR Recert course follow this link: