Early Winter 2015 29 Lawsons work directly with our club as a TMA vendor location where many of our club members stop in to purchase their TMA each season. Bev has regular customers that leave their allocated TMA money with her before the TMAs even arrive for sale. Lawsons Store is the glue in the Websterville community where you can see local residents putting purchases on a tab that is settled up later in the month. You dont see many stores like that around anymore During the winter months we make sure to bring riders to Lawsons Store as a stop in our poker run allowing them to enjoy the sled traffic and have even been known to groom a path to give Jim easy access to his bird feeders. During a conversation with Jim last year he commented how he never gets to see the groomer due to it coming around late at night. We decided to make it a point to arrange a daytime visit with Jon Joslin at the groomer helm and Thomasina Magoon to capture the photo opportunity. It was the least we could do to thank some of our earliest members that still take great pride in being involved with our snowmobile club. Although trails sleds and grooming equipment have come a long way its interesting to hear stories from the past such as a day trip covering eight whopping miles and trail side maintenance always being part of the ride. If you are passing through the area this season why not plan a stop at Lawsons Store and share stories. They can be accessed via corridor 25B between junctions WN107 and WN109. Many thanks to Bev and Jim for their decades of support to our community and snowmobiling. Volunteers OPPOSITE PAGE Jim Lawson and groomer operator Jon Joslin stand on the steps of Lawsons store. ABOVE Jim and Bev Lawson happily greet customers at the counter of their store. BELOW LEFT You cant miss the turn for Lawsons Store on Corridor 25B. BELOW RIGHT Lawsons gets a visit from the Barre Thunder Chickensgroomer.