Dear CMAC Family,
Hi, my name is Cameron Stone an alumnus of CMAC. I had the pleasure and honor to ski for the CMAC racing program beginning as a Saturday J6 through my senior year of high school as a FIS racer. I have many fond memories training and racing with my coaches and friends. I learned several valuable lessons through CMAC that I will maintain for life. One of the most important lessons I learned was how lucky and fortunate I was to be apart of this elite sport. I am well aware of all the sacrifices and hours of volunteer work it takes to support youth ski racing.
I am now a sophomore at WSU focusing on Mechanical Engineering. Last year I joined Pi Kappa Phi fraternity at Washington State. Through our philanthropy I have an amazing opportunity to help the less fortunate that are living with disabilities. This summer I will be cycling from Seattle to Washington D.C. on the “Journey of Hope.” This effort is to raise awareness and fund-raise on behalf of people with disabilities. The link below is to my “Journey of Hope” home page that explains the details and what it accomplishes. I truly appreciate you taking the time to read the attached information.