Contact Us


Questions about the event?

Sarah Howe
802-333-4311 ext 672
sarah@lakemoreyresort.com

Questions about donating or this website?

Sarah Markwell, Events Manager
Friends of Norris Cotton Cancer Center
800-226-8744
sarah.l.markwell@dartmouth.edu



About Lake Morey Resort

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Nestled in the hills of Vermont, above the Connecticut River, Lake Morey Resort is a 4-season getaway. The family owned resort hosts annual pond hockey tournaments 11 years running. Our family of employees are excited to partner with NCCC to help raise funds for cancer patient and family supportive services, as well as research that will one day put a freeze to cancer. Put Cancer on Ice, a Lake Morey Resort Pond Hockey Tournament in support of Dartmouth and Dartmouth-Hitchcock's Norris Cotton Cancer Center will celebrate its second year in 2021!

When you stay with us at Lake Morey Resort, winter activities abound with access to our 16 pond hockey rinks, 4.5 mile ice skating trail, x-country skiing, snowshoeing and access to the VAST snowmobile trails. The resort boasts two restaurants, lounge with live entertainment, indoor pool, hot tub, and sauna, all within steps of the lake and views of the rinks. With 130 newly updated guest rooms and four lakeside cottages, there's plenty of room for you and your teammates. Easily located just minutes from Exit 15 off Interstate 91, less than 2.5 hours from Boston, Hartford and Montreal, and within 5 hours of NYC.


About the Friends of Norris Cotton Cancer Center

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The Friends of Norris Cotton Cancer Center is dedicated to supporting the services provided by Dartmouth-Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center, a world-renowned cancer treatment and research facility affiliated with The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and Dartmouth-Hitchcock. The Friends began in 1982. Over the 39 years it's been supporting Norris Cotton Cancer Center, more than $46 million has been raised to support cancer research. This money helps fund world-class research, state-of-the-art equipment, critical education programs, and innovative clinical trials that make a difference in the treatment of cancer patients all over the world. Funds from the Friends also go toward important patient and family support services that help ease the journey of cancer patients and their families, such as support groups, massage therapy, art and writing programs, transportation assistance and resource libraries.