To celebrate his 100th birthday on July 5, George Alexander Jedenoff is going skiing. A resident of California’s Bay Area, Jedenoff has not missed a ski season since 1960, when he took his first turns at the age of 43 at Alta Ski Area in Utah. He skied three days this past winter and flys again to Utah on Saturday to acclimate from sea level to 7,000 feet before he turns 100 years old. On Wednesday, Snowbird is firing up the tram for Jedenoff to ski a birthday hot lap with his family and ski buddies he’s had for over 50 years.
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