May 10, 2011

...Another Twist on "Ride Like A Girl"

This girl has what it takes!! 

Say hello to Sierra, only 8 years old and is out there showing us all how it's done.  She rides (BMX).... plays hockey and snowboards.  Her wonderful smile says it all -- she's having fun!  Thanks to her mom, Sue for the pictures. 

Great job Sierra and we look forward to more pictures and, of course, you can always guest blog for us!!


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Sierra 1 


May 02, 2011

Sugarloaf Crunch.... Or Meet Us On The Mountain

What a week end at Sugarloaf!  A marriage -- the bride was beautiful, we danced all night, the food was great.  Smiling faces and fun -- that is what it's all about!  My favorite ice cream vendor, from right here in Maine, Stone Fox Farm Creamery, presented us with pints of their delicious ice cream:  Sugarloaf Crunch.  It was the very best, what a treat.  We all wish it could have lasted longer.  What a wonderful week end at Sugarloaf!!




February 21, 2011

Carrabassett Valley Academy - CVA'S 2011 Raffle/Auction

It happens every year, and every year it gets a little better.  What is it?  The CVA Raffle and Auction.  For $100 you can buy a ticket, that ticket makes you eligible to win the grand prize of $10,000 as well as the 30+ prizes which are valued at over $100.  Ahh, you could have some major fun!  All proceeds benefit the CVA scholarship fund. This Saturday -- February 26,2011 -- Sugarloaf Inn.

We love CVA -- think of the excitement of almost knowing some of those olympics skiers and boarders, they are practically family, yet we haven't even met them.  It's just a few degrees of separation.  Go out there and support our young men and women of CVA.  Over 40% of the students rely on financial aid in the form of scholarships.

Not to brag, but I heard that Be A Girl Today has a few prizes in the mix. 

Questions - contact Wendy 207.237.4471 or e-mail her at

CVA has a great website --

PS: The Big Raffle Reception -- Live and Silent Auction takes place, Saturday, February 26.

6-8:30 p.m. at the Sugarloaf Inn. 

How can you support this cause?

Buy a Ticket, Donate an Item, Attend the Event -- and Sponsor the Event!! 


January 21, 2011

The Fierce Women of Sugarloaf

WHAT a picture!!  One of our all time favorites.

Still taking applications for "Ski Ambassadors".



January 19, 2011

Snowboards and Tiaras

If you are on Twitter or live in Ontario, you may have heard of Those 2 Girls and their glittery tiara army.  I personally have a tiara, but only wear it on my birthday and other special occasions.

There are many ways to wear a tiara.  I just received these pictures from one of the glittery army -- a helmet bedazzled and bejeweled!  This could be a trend.  Ski Like A Girl, Ride Like A Girl stickers and to that you add a tiara!  That will make you stand out from the crowd.  Sounds like fun to me.

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The newest fashion statement.


January 16, 2011

Say Hello To Siena -- Our Newest Ski Ambassador

Say hello and welcome to Siena one of our very cool and very cute ski ambassadors.  Siena skis at Mt. Hood Meadows in Oregon.  She's had a minor setback in her skiing career, but you will see her out there skiing in her BAGT T, handing out stickers (with a big smile) next year. 

Her mom -- well, she's quite a skiier herself and can be found teaching skiing at Mt. Hood Meadows .  We love our ski ambassadors, and cannot wait to post pictures of  them skiing and riding.

Hey siena -- we're thinking of you!!!  Good thoughts coming your way from Maine!!  Go Siena!!!!



Want to be a ski ambassador ... e-mail us at


January 12, 2011

The Cambodia Chronicles - Part 3 Katie.... Reporting.

Hey Aunt Paula!

Sorry I haven't blogged earlier. It's difficult to get onto the internet here! I have some awesome pictures and amazing stories to tell you! 
We just got back from visiting the children's school. We walked into the court yard and its quiet and peaceful. My mom peaks her head into a class room and asks the teacher if she can come in. The teacher doesn't speak English so she didn't respond but all of the sudden all the kids in the class get up and run out the door towards us. I guess it was recess cause all the kids came out of their rooms and ran up to us. The children from the orphanage came over and were holding our hands while the others just stood there staring at us. The children of Wat Opot know much more English than the others because of the other volunteers that come to the orphanage and Wayne. Wayne, the founder of Wat Opot, only speaks English so the kids are forced to practice their English to communicate with him. They love to practice their English! The other people in the villages surrounding Wat Opot don't really know how to speak English or haven't seen too many Americans so they just stare or scream "HELLO" about 10 times.Children of Wat Opot

    The other night we handed out underwear for the kids. We gave them each one pair. They all lined up from tallest to shortest and came into the office to pick out one pair. They were all so excited. Aunt Deb picked out some nemo and toy story and they just loved it. I've never seen kids more excited and appreciative about anything... especially underwear! They put them right on and I'm not sure if they've taken them off since.
     The kids are just amazing. The older kids head off to school which leaves the 4 little ones with us until around 11 when everyone comes back. Even when we aren't entertaining the children, they find games and activities to do for hours with each other. When the older kids were just coming back from school we gave some of the children shirts to try on to take some pictures with. They of course LOVED the shirts and the camera.  Some of the boys grabbed the shirts and tried even the pink ones on. They love anything new! We had to take the shirts back because every kid wanted one and we didn't have enough to go around. We plan on putting them into the girls room before we leave. This afternoon we are going to the market to pick out some matresses for the kids. We also want to pick out some desks and a wardrobe for each of the rooms! They don't know yet and I can't wait to see the look on their faces when we give them their presents!

     Each child has such great personalities. Although we can't always communicate with them because of the language barrier, their personalities show through and are always happy despite all the hardships they've been through. Each child has a heartbreaking story that Wayne typically shares with us durring the meals. The Wat Opot website further shares some stories of the children here. Although they have been through things I can't even imagine going through, they are still some of the happiest children. They get a long incredibly well (so it seems to us since we can't understand what they're saying to each other). They look out for one another. It really is like one big family here at Wat Opot. 

Katie, Andrea, and Deb

Interested in volunteering or contributing -- read about the orphanage at

ps. I attached some pictures in the following e-mail. I hope they all go through!


November 21, 2010

Snowboarding Girls and Women.....

This is one our most popular shirts!  That's Mary (board member) ... she doesn't ski or snowboard, but very soon she will be skiing Sugarloaf.  Mary had her first Sugarloaf hike this fall -- I won't say she loved it, but she did survive.  Board ... Like A Girl



November 06, 2010

Ski - Snowboard - Ride Horses -- Be A Girl Today

Look for some new and interesting styles from Be A Girl -- we will be introducing new colors, long sleeve t's, throw in a hoodie and youv'e got a very fashionable look -- and fun!  Always, send us your suggestions, we listen.  Start your holiday shopping early -- we are offering a 30% discount!   Enter the code "thirty".  Expires November 20, 2010. Enjoy! 



March 29, 2010

You Wish You Could Ski.....Like This Girl

Lei What a great picture!!!

Thank you to Leilani -- sking at Mt. Hood in Oregon.  Now, that looks like fun. 


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