Bromley Offers 'Mom's Day Off' Fundraiser With Bennington Cancer Center

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Rebecca Hewson-Steller, Jenny Coutu, Mary Weinfurt and Naomi Bolognani and Dr. Matthew Vernon are ready to hit the slopes.
BENNINGTON, Vt. —Staff from Southwestern Vermont Regional Cancer Center in Bennington — registered nurses Rebecca Hewson-Steller, Jenny Coutu, Mary Weinfurt and Naomi Bolognani and Dr. Matthew Vernon —are inviting members of the public to enjoy a day of skiing and riding on Friday, Feb. 4. 
That's the day that Bromley Mountain Ski Resort will hold its annual "Mom's Day Off" fundraiser to benefit women's breast cancer care at the center. The Cancer Center is part of Southwestern Vermont Medical Center and Southwestern Vermont Health Care.
During the event, moms (including honorary moms and pet moms) ski or ride for just $25 when they show the ticket seller a snapshot of their kid or kids. Regular lift tickets cost $89. The Cancer Center will receive the entire $25 lift ticket cost as a donation. There will also be a $12 burger-and-beer special at the Wild Boar Tavern. Bromley Mountain is located at 3984 Vermont Route 11, Peru, six miles east of Manchester. For more information about Bromley, visit

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