Summer may not be completely over but it is winding down. Which means it’s time to begin preparing for the upcoming trail season. We will hold our first meeting of the season on Wed, Sept 9th at 7pm at the Fire Hall in Horace.
Come join us and learn what the we are all about and meet the wonderful group of volunteers that commit their personal time to create and maintain the local trail system that we all enjoy.
There is never a bad time to get involved in a snowmobile club. If you like the idea of having snowmobile trails to ride, it’s time to consider what it takes to make those trails a reality and how you can be part making it happen.
Looking forward to seeing you there.
We will be holding our last club meeting of the season Wed, June 3rd at 7pm. We will be meeting at the Fire Hall in Horace as this space will allow us to maintain social distancing so everyone can feel comfortable attending. The primary agenda items include:
- End of season reports
- Trailer wheel cover(s)
- Off season needs
- Next season early prep needs
- Next meeting
As you can see, this meeting will include elections for club board positions. We always need new people to get involved to ensure the club continues to move forward in a meaningful and sustainable fashion. Some of us have been deeply involved for a long time and are not afraid to admit that parts of our thinking may be outdated in some respects.
New people bring the new ideas, new tactics and new energy needed to continue to grow the club which in turn can help more people and families safely enjoy this sport for which we all have such passion.
Looking forward to seeing you there.
Hope everyone is staying safe and healthy out there. Although the Covid19 guidance is beginning to relax, the club will not hold a May meeting. We have the season pretty much closed out so what is left is prep for next season and elections. These topics can wait so we will add a Wed June 3rd meeting to get them completed. Details will be communicated as we get closer.
There will be no in-person April club meeting due to social distancing recommendations. No, unfortunately this is not an April Fools thing.
Currently we are conducting club business via normal forms of indirect communication. This has been sufficient thus far, but we will consider virtual meeting options if needed.
Today (April 1st) is the official end of the trail season so our focus now turns to end of season groomer maintenance and trail sign removal. Both are large efforts that we must accomplish in a timely manner that keeps our volunteers safe and adheres to social distancing requirements.
For trail sign pickup this likely boils down to having several very small groups of people (preferably from the same household) working independently. So as things dry up in the coming weeks please feel free to start picking up trail signs. Just let us know what areas you cleared…and take some pics that we can share (firstname.lastname@example.org or FaceBook). When you are out, please be aware of road traffic and be as visible as possible…flashers on and bright clothing at a minimum.
Stay safe everybody.
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