Our next meeting will be held Wednesday, March 4th at 7pm at Big Erv’s in Horace.
We’re headed toward the end of the trail season so discussion will include some end of season preparation.
Discussion topics will include:
– Ongoing trail and groomer maintenance
– Equipment storage location search
– Planning for board elections
All are welcome and as always, there will be time after the meeting to talk snowmobiling.
Hope to see you there.
Our next club meeting will be held on Wednesday Feb. 5th at 7pm at Big Ervs in Horace.
Agenda items will include:
- Ongoing trail and groomer maintenance topics.
- Notes from State Ride.
- Supporting Rural Cass SnoJam event.
Relatively light agenda so we should be able to get the business out of the way and have time to chat about our favorite winter pastime. Hope to see you there.
North Dakota Parks and Rec is offering a Youth Snowmobile Safety course this Saturday, January 11th in Fargo.
North Dakota law requires youth ages 10 and older, who do not have a valid driver’s license or permit, to take a safety certification class. In addition, those 10 and 11 also need to be directly supervised by a parent or guardian while on public lands, including the state trail system.
Saturday, January 11th 1:00-4:00 pm
Robert D Johnson Recreation Center
1104 2nd Ave S.
Register by emailing email@example.com
Additional information available at: https://www.parkrec.nd.gov/…/r…/snowmobile/snowmobile-safety
Trail signing is scheduled to start on Saturday, Nov 16th. The plan is to meet at 9:00am at Casey’s in Horace. Once assembled we will determine how many crews we can send out and which areas each crew will cover. If you have a 4-wheeler please bring it along as they provide a real boost to efficiency. If you have safety clothing (fluorescent yellow or orange) bring that along as well and wear it. We will have some available but want to make sure everyone is as visible as possible for safety.
Can’t commit to the whole day? That’s fine too. Any time you can provide would be great. Contact us via Facebook or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know your schedule and we can exchange contact info to ensure we can meet somewhere on the trail.
Installing the trail system is the biggest effort we take on each season. We are all volunteers and without volunteers, there is no trail. Please consider helping out, even if it is for a short period of time, every set of hands helps.