2021 HYGGE HIKE
HYGGE HIKE AT NIGHT - COMMUNITY CANDLELIGHT SNOWSHOE HIKE
FEBRUARY 27, 2021
THANK YOU HYGGE HIKE VOLUNTEERS
Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they have the heart."
It truly takes a village! We want to recognize the individuals who volunteered their time at the 2021 Hygge Hike. Between creating unique, colored ice luminaries and Swedish torches to setting up and lighting the 600+ luminaries, we appreciate all of the extra help this year!
NICER board members (Rebecca Holm, Kari Klemme, Neil Klemme, Maleah Cummings, Ken Saari, Ciara Relyea, Kelly Traczyk, Jackie Bradley, Mackenzie Backman), Penokee Rangers, Inc. (Charlie Zinsmaster, Karl Zinsmaster, Red Rod Gulan), Amy Nosal, Steve Mullenbach, Gerry Nasi, Braeden Klemme, Kasey Klemme, Cameryn Gresham, Sharon Tadlock, Cade Drier, Rich Jenkins, Doug Kikkebush, Deb Leonard, Bill Greiter.
A special thank you goes out to Rose Wreath for plowing their parking lot, which allowed for additional parking!
NICER, the Penokee Rangers and volunteers started prepping the trails by setting up luminaries, ice orbs and signs early Saturday morning.
NICER board member, Maleah Cummings made around 30 colorful
ice orbs that lined the beginning of
The Historic Montreal Ski Trails looked amazing!
NICER youth board members, Mackenzie Backman & Jackie Bradley had a blast volunteering at the hot chocolate station.
Volunteer, Amy Nosal showed off her fire dancing skills to participants and volunteers.
Volunteer, Gerry Nasi helped set up the event during the day and also set up three bonfires along the trail!
NICER Treasurer, Rebecca Holm, greeted participants as they arrived to the Hygge Hike.
One of the Swedish torches, made by NICER President, Neil Klemme. These torches were placed around the trail and were a hit!