Mount Shasta, California

Mount Shasta tech company helps world to watch Bay Bridge light show

It is the world’s biggest LED light sculpture. And thanks to a Mount Shasta tech company Acme Computer, the show is being streamed live on the internet each night to a worldwide audience. Elana Yonah, the MediaOne Services executive director, recently told that they rose above and beyond the occasion to ensure the world could experience the grand lights of The Bay Lights.

Mount Shasta skiing event

The racers at Mount Shasta snatched top 3 positions in both boys and girls skiing; when Weed Cougars ended 1-2 in both the snowboard races in the North I Division high school contest on 28th January, 2013, Monday, at Mt. Shasta Ski Park.

Brian Quigley and Noah Gonzalez of Weed was placed second and first in a pack of fifteen racers in the snowboard race of boys; while 4 of he next 5 finishers were the Mount Shasta Bears - Chet Bolstridge (7th), Dominic Laiacona (6th), Chris Cazneaux (4th) and Obie Hamrick (3rd).

Great snow and wind

The Mount Shasta Ski Park started its operation from 21st December in the midst of plentiful snow. On Friday, there was a little storm; but, still people poured in to experience the joy of skiing. The storm continued and on Monday, the Mount Shasta Ski Park reported 58 inches show at the lodge and 84 – inches show at the top of Douglas.

Jim Mullins, the marketing manager of the park, told that their crew did a nice job to get the park ready in time. He thanked Ski Patrol. Tubing area is the highlight of the season and it is located near the Marmot lift.

Mount Shasta Community Thanksgiving dinner

On 22nd November, more than thousands of people gathered to relish a holiday meal at the twenty-seventh Mount Shasta Community Thanksgiving Thursday afternoon. Along with turkey dinner, people were also entertained by musicians, co-ordinated by Paula Reynolds.

Dawn Fazende, the lead meal organizer, told that they were just blown away with the crowd. After that opened the doors, every seat was filled within fifteen minutes and the queue did not go down till it was around 3.30 pm. They were not ready for the extra two hundred people, who came in, but they made it work.

West Kern Oil Museum starts new exhibition

On Saturday, the West Kern Oil Museum theater commitment attracted a huge crowd. Don Maxwell, the director of the all volunteer staffs of the museum, told that he was really pleased with the crowd. A whole lot of people worked very hard to arrange this and it was really a good way to respect Don Gillaspie as well as introduce their new exhibits.

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