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2017 Annual Special Olympics Benefit in Memory of Jim Haskins

Posted on Oct 27, 2015. 1 comment

 Join us Sunday March 5th, 2017 for our 23rd Annual Jim Haskins Memorial Ski & Board Challenge to Benefit Special Olympics of Southeastern MA!

     

This one-day spectacular event was initiated by Jim Haskins, a dear friend & colleague.  Jim was an avid skiier, skiing various resorts around the world & later becoming an instructor at Cranmore.  Over 30 years ago, Jim challenged the New Bedford & Fall River State Representatives to see who's city could raise the most dollars & awareness for Special Olympics.  That event started with 2 buses & has grown to numbers beyond our wildest imaginations!

                 

$89.95 will get you a full day lift ticket to Loon Mt, an event T-shirt, grinder, cookies, water, & live entertainment by the Bavarian Brothers!  

         

All buses leave at 5:00am and return by 7:00pm.  Don't forget about RAFFLES!!! Bob's Sea & Ski gives away tons of product at 3:00 in the Governors Lodge!  Raffle tickets are sold all day long!

THANK YOU TO ALL OUR 2016 SUPPORTERS! We raised over $35,000!!!!

Baycoast Bank, Robert F. Stoico/FirstFed Charitable Foundation, Reynolds Electric, Stafford & Company Insurance, Valcourt Heating, Marmelo Brothers Construction, New Bedford Voc Ski & Snowboard Club, Truesdale Health, Jefferson Realty, Teknikor, Eversource, National Grid, Rayline Racing, Carl's Collision, and the Bavarian Brothers!!

Click HERE to learn more about becoming a Corporate Sponsor!  

Pre-registration is required!  Book online or call us at 508-992-2662 to reserve your spot TODAY!  Buses departing from our NEW location at 63 Alden Rd and Whites of Westport!

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Diver's Blog

Posted on Mar 08, 2013. 1 comment

You asked & we have responded! 

Welcome to the Bob's Sea & Ski Diver's Blog Page!  Talk about upcoming dives, your favorite dive spot, gear reviews, best dive resorts,etc. Share & learn from everyone's experiences! 

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