The Avalanche Canada Foundation announces Al Hodgson Grant Recipient

Mark Mitchell received $1,500 from the Foundation's Al Hodgson Scholarship Fund.

Congratulations to Mark Mitchell, Al Hodgson Scholarship Fund winner.
Congratulations to Mark Mitchell, Al Hodgson Scholarship Fund winner. Photo courtesy Avalanche Canada

The Avalanche Canada Foundation would like to congratulate Mark Mitchell on his successful completion of the CAA Avalanche Operations Level 1 course last winter. Mark received $1,500 from the Foundation's Al Hodgson Scholarship Fund.

The Al Hodgson Fund is currently seeking funding. If you are interested in helping more snowmobilers take recreational- or professional-level avalanche training, please consider donating here. Professional trained snowmobilers become mentors in their community, helping build a culture of safety.

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