Sign in to My HQ

On Target Moonlight Challenge at Shawnee Peak


To Benefit Maine Children's Cancer Program

Join us on Friday, January 20, 2017 for an evening of friendly competition and fun on the ski slopes - all for the sake of supporting children in Maine and New Hampshire that are fighting cancer and blood disorders. This event is a fundraiser for the Maine Children's Cancer Program, and is generously presented by Shawnee Peak in Bridgton, Maine.

Recruit a team of four skiers or snowboarders (all ages and abilities welcome) and compete to be the fastest on the race course and to raise the most funds for the Maine Children's Cancer Program. Incredible prizes will be awarded! Top prizes include:

- Round-trip JetBlue airfare for two
- Two 4-day USSA Gold Passes
- 4 tickets to a Red Sox game at Fenway Park
- Maine Red Claws Tickets
- Gift Cards to Local Restaurants
- And much more!

Following the race, participants are invited to the Base Lodge at Shawnee Peak for a buffet dinner, an awards ceremony, live music by the CIEE House Band and dancing in the moonlight.

The cost to register is $250 per team - this includes 4 half-day lift tickets, 4 logoed neck warmers, admission for 4 to the post race dinner and entertainment, and the opportunity to compete for those amazing prizes. If you don't have a team, don't worry - you can register as an individual for $75 and we will place you on a team.

We are grateful for the support of our sponsors for this year's Moonlight Challenge:

NAMING SPONSOR:
On Target Utility Services

GOLD MEDALIST SPONSOR:
Strategic Media, Inc.

SILVER MEDALIST SPONSORS:
AdSpace Communications
Nathan Charles Cuts for Men
Northeast Safety, Inc.

BRONZE MEDALIST SPONSORS:
Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield
Bangor Savings Bank
Law Firm of Eaton Peabody
Law Firm of Norman, Hanson & DeTroy

TEAM SPONSORS:
Dyer Elementary School
Law Firm of Eaton Peabody

MEDIA SPONSORS:
Maine Magazine
Channel 8, WMTW

Thank you for supporting Maine Children's Cancer Program, and we'll see you on the slopes! Please contact Tara Studley, MCCP Philanthropy Manager, with any questions at (207) 662-6274 or studlt@mmc.org.