“Devin Day” celebration
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Olympic medal winner Devin Logan will be honored in her hometown on Saturday, March 22.
Olympic medal winner Devin Logan will be honored in her hometown on Saturday, March 22.
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DOVER- Mount Snow athlete and Olympic silver medalist Devin Logan will be honored on Saturday with a homecoming parade. Logan is a member of the first ever US Olympic women’s ski slopestyle team, which competed in the event’s Olympic debut at the Sochi Games. She showed the world that she is one of the best freeskiers on the planet by taking home the silver medal.

Saturday, March 22, will be “Devin Day,” complete with a parade through Dover and other festivities taking place at Mount Snow to honor her accomplishments.

Another hometown girl, the legendary Kelly Clark, brought home her third Olympic medal in Sochi by winning bronze in women’s snowboard halfpipe. However, scheduling didn’t work out and she will be unable to attend the parade.

This is a vehicle-only parade; no walkers are permitted. The schedule includes:

• 10 am- Staging will take place to the south of 7-Eleven (exact location to be determined);

• 10:30 am- Parade will depart staging area and head north on Route 100;

• The parade will conclude at Mount Snow with Logan’s vehicle driving to the Main Base Area of Mount Snow;

• Logan will then be presented with the Key to the Valley, followed by an autograph session on Cuzzins Deck.

Spectators are encouraged to line the parade route. Dress for the weather and occasion in red, white, and blue.

Flags are encouraged.

Want to be in the parade? Call the chamber of commerce and speak with Adam or Katie at (802) 464-8092. All participants must be registered and have parade pass card, no exceptions.
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