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Suzanne Hills enjoys lunch with three of her children after a break from skiing at Marble Saturday morning. Her three children, from left, Ralph, 7, Savanna, 3 and one-year-old Beau James were pretty content under the watchful eye of mom.
Six-year-old Isabella Basha receives some help from Marble Mountain Mini Shredders assistant instructor Colby Christopher at the ski resort Saturday morning.
Marble Mountain staff were busy in the cafeteria on Saturday as French fries and pizza seemed to be a big hit with those needed some fuel after a run down the mountain. Here, a smiling Hollett Tremblett serves up an order to skier Renee Wheeler while co-worker Janice Park gets ready to serve up the next request as a steady line-up made its way to the counter.
Doris Cormier, a ski instructor at Marble Mountain, locks up her skies on the ski rack outside the resort after giving a skier a private lesson and giving a helping hand with the youngsters in the beginner area Saturday morning at Marble Mountain.
Greg Price of Corner Brook was one of the hundreds of skiers and snowboarders who hit the hill at Marble Mountain ski resort on Saturday morning.
Lena Clarke, who is 3 ½ years old, gets some assistance from her dad Andrew Clarke of Corner Brook on the beginner trail Saturday morning at the base of Marble Mountain ski resort in Steady Brook.
Jonathan Webb is all bundled up as he makes his way to the base of Marble Mountain on his snowboard Saturday morning as hundreds took advantage of the white powder that fell overnight.
Hundreds of people took advantage of the white powder that fell overnight at Marble Mountain on Saturday.