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Captain: Zahoor Dinlone Team Members: Sunil Kushwaha, Ravi Prakash, Mridul Kumar Upadhyay

Civilizations, nations and even individual character go through a process of making. This sculpture depicts such making. The bombora design shows the process where initial hurdles take you down and then you rise up with various supports. Leaving comfort zone for the struggle of making is taking a deep dive and then rise. With the ongoing effort, one also makes a path for upcoming generations to rise even more. The mingling pillars are such diverse religious, regional, and cultural identities to support the making of civilizations, removing even a single pillar can imbalance it. Every pillar-like support, big or small, plays a role in making what we the nation, nature, and civilizations are. We need to realize the importance of diversity and preserve it.


Captain: Keith Martin Team Members: Tom Day, Tim West, Margo Jerfovitz A tribute to the National Ski Patrol: The National Ski Patrol was established in 1938 by Roger F. Langley, the president of the National Ski Association. He had bee so impressed by the “Super Patrol” created by Charles Minot “Minnie” Dole for the National Dowhhill in Vermont that he asked him to organize a national patrol like the one used in the downhill. Minnie, not being one to shy away from a challenge, accepted and the National Ski Patrol was born. Today the non profit National Ski Patrol still adheres to the creed of “Service and Safety” established more than 75 years ago. As the leading authority of on-mountain safety, the NSP is dedicated to serving the public and outdoor recreation industry by providing education and accreditation to emergency care and safety service providers. Here is to the over 28,000 members serving over 650 patrols. We thank you for your service.




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