Early Winter 2015 13 ould you consider granting an easment on your property to help secure the future of the ermont statewide snowmobile system AndOr ould you consider a ta deductible donation to the rust so we can continue to grow our list of easements Vermont Snow Trails Conservancy Charitable Trust and Vermont Association of Snow Travelers Working Hand-in-Hand The Vermont Association of Snow Travelers VAST has formed the Vermont Snow Trails Conservancy Charitable Trust VSTC. VSTC is a charitable trust that works with landowners to receive easements to allow for continued use of or additional snowmobile trails in Vermont. In an agreement between VSTC and VAST all VSTC easements fall under the protection afforded by the State of Vermont for the Vermont Statewide Snowmobile Trail System VSSTS granted to VAST. f you would like to find out more about how to allow and A to attain an easement on property you own reach out to A at 02-229-0005 11 or cindy t ast.org. f you would like to donate money to the rust those can be mailed to 26 A ane arre 05641. A er we recei e your donation a letter will be sent to you as proof of your ta deductible donation. VSTC Trustees ames im ill President Jim is a Past President of VAST and currently the Secretary for the VAST Board. He has served on the VAST Board of Directors for 10 years. He has been a member of VAST since 1969. indy ocke Vice President Cindy is the Executive Director of VAST. atrick at oulin Secretary Pat is a Past President of VAST and currently the Chittenden County Director for VAST. He has served on the VAST Board of Directors for 11 years. He has been a member of VAST since 1986. ark llingwood Treasurer Mark is a past VAST board member and past VAST Treasurer. reg A. ouleau Greg is a past VAST Board Member. tan hoiniere Stan is the President of the Chester Snowmo- bile Club and has served on the VAST Safety Committee. He has been a member of VAST since its inception. rank tanley Frank is a Governments Affairs Consultant and Event Organizer.