Help Moonie Represent in Russia You might remember Alexia Abric. She worked at our shop all through high school, totally kept the guys in line, and we’ve missed her since she headed off to college 2 years ago. Currently, she is a sophomore at Western State Colorado University double majoring in Biology (Pre-Med) and Exercise and Sport Science. She also has been very active on Western State’s Mountain Bike and Nordic Teams. Due to her high placement in the USCSA National Championships in Lake Placid in March, Lexie has qualified to represent Team USA at the World University Games in Krasnoyarsk, Russia in March. The the World University Games, or Winter Universiade, is the youth version of the Olympics. Held every 2 years, students from the ages of 17-25 are allowed to participate in various winter competitions including cross country skiing, biathlon, snowboarding, figure skating, and ice hockey. This year’s games will the the 29th, the first competition having taken place in 1960 in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, France. Take the time to visit Western State Colorado University’s Nordic Ski Team Home page, find out more about the 2019 Winter Universiade on their page, and please consider helping out Lexie with some of the costs associated with this once-in-a-lifetime trip. Everyone at New Moon is rooting for you, Lexie! Have fun and ski safely! This photo is an oldie but a goodie!