The Titus Mountain Family Ski Center will honor the military this weekend.
All active and retired members of both the U.S. and Canadian armed forces along with their families can ski for free Saturday. It's the mountain's ninth Annual Armed Forces Day. All you need to bring is your military ID.
"What more could you do for these people that defend our country day in and day out, to allow them to come here and enjoy an outdoor activity. We are hoping for good attendance, it looks like it will be wonderful weather," said Brian Monette of Titus Mountain Family Ski Center.
Titus Mountain is open from 9 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday.
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