||WOODY ANDERSON - (a.k.a. Alexander Woodruff Anderson), Albion, ID, 1954-1963; lifetime member, Professional Ski Instructors of America/Intermountain; member, National Ski Areas Assn. One of the founders of the Intermountain Ski Instructors Assn., 1952, its secretary in 1952-53 and its president in 1961-63; assistant ski school director, Brighton Ski Resort; instructor, Deseret News Ski School, 1947-50; national certification chairman, PSIA, 1962- 64; general manager, Park City Resort, 1965-71; president, Utah Ski Assn., 1968-71; president/director, Park City Ski School, 1964-71; liaison chairman of PSIA with the National Ski Areas Operators, 1966-1970; chairman, Idaho Travel Council; Intermountain Ski Areas Assn., vice president 1974-77; currently president/owner of Anderwood Inc./Pomerelle Ski Resort, Albion, ID. BILL BRIGGS - Late this year, Bill will cap an illustrious ski career in grand style: by producing a CD of himself performing traditional ski songs and alpine yodels. He has showcased his musical talents through most of his 64 years of skiing, 51 as a ski instructor, 48 of them certified and 40 of them as ski school director (Sugarloaf, ME, Suicide Six, VT, and Snow King, WY.) The ski area manager at Snow King in 1980, he has served as an Exum Mountain Guide at Grand Teton National Park for 22 years. Among his other exploits: serving as technical contributor to Willi Schaeffler's ski series in Sports Illustrated in the 1950; to Georges Joubert's book Ski Wedeln in 1958; Mort Lund's book The Skiers' Bible in the 1960s and numerous articles for Ski Magazine. He made the first descents on skis of the Middle Teton and South Teton in 1967, Mt. Moran in 1968, Grand Teton in 1971 and Mt. Owen in 1974. All that despite the fact that the native of Augusta, Maine, was born with a congenital hip dislocation. MS NORM BURTON - At age seven, Norm's father made him a pair of skis for Christmas and his sister bought him a ski lesson from Corey Engen at Snow Basin where there was only a rope tow on City Hill. He was smitten with skiing for life, as in: teaching for Earl Miller at Snow Basin in 1968; joining ISIA in 1972; becoming fully certified in 1974; presiding over the Intermountain Ski Instructors Association in 1979 and board directors of PSIA and officiating as vice president of operations and its president in 1982. In 1981, Norm became affiliated with the new Deer Valley Resort as instructor and supervisor, posts he held until 1989 when he became ski school director at Snow Basin. He returned to the Deer Valley Resort in 1997. On November 13, 2002, Norm experienced a serious skiing accident and is recovering in a rehabilitation center.