Skiyente Ski Club
Skiyente Ski Club

Congratulations to Erin Nicole Scholarship recipient, Hannah Bodily!


The Erin Nicole Scholarship is awarded to an up-and-coming female ski racer. The FWSA scholarship program is partnered with Skiyente Ski Club.  It is hoped that this partnership will prove to be a model for other ski clubs and organizations that desire to particpate directly in the sponsorship of young ski racers.


 Skiyente donates to the Erin Nicole Scholarship and not long ago it was awarded to a young woman named Hannah Bodily. Hannah is a 19-year-old from Wenatchee, Washington.  She skis for the Mission Ridge Ski Team and her current rankings are DH 42, SL 45, GS 53 and SG 43.  Last season she had 8 podiums and 7 top 10.  Hannah trains 5 days a week and skis approximately 20 times a month.  Her goal for this upcoming season is to lower her points enough to where she can ski for a D1 University team. She also won the Northwest Skier Award for being the most Outstanding Junior Athlete both on and off the slopes.


In addition to being a wonderful skier, Hannah is a 4.0 student who graduated last spring from Insight School of Washington, an online high school. In her spare time she likes to longboard, wakeboard, mountain bike and has a passion for graphic design.


We are so excited to have Hannah as the recepient of our scholarship!

Other Charities


  • SKIYENTE WOMEN GIVE TO THE COMMUNITY Skiyente is known in the skiing community for doing more than skiing. We donate to charitable organizations throughout the community we love. We give to the Mt Hood Cultural Center and Museum and to our own Erin Nicole Scholarship, named for Barb Pressentin’s daughter who died of SIDS. In addition, we choose a third recipient each year. Our choice in 2019 is the Mt Hood Learning Center & Clackamas Family Justice Center, Camp Hope.


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