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Early Winter 2015 51 Club News Snowmobiling is a fun and exciting family activity enjoyed by over four million people across the United States and Canada. The sport is a safe and an enjoyable form of recreation if done properly and with respect. The purpose of International Snowmobile Safety Week is to expose people to safe snowmobiling practices and to demonstrate how operating safely can prevent mishaps. 1. Never consume alcohol or drugs before or during snowmobiling. 2. Become familiar with the snowmobile you ride. 3. Operate at safe and reasonable speeds. 4. Stay on trails and areas where snowmobiling is permitted. 5. Avoid travel on frozen bodies of water. 6. Use extra caution at night. 7. Keep your snowmobile properly maintained. 8. Become familiar with the terrain you will travel on. 9. Listen to the weather forecast before you leave. 10. Always wear a helmet and proper clothing. 11. Never ride alone. Let someone know where you are going and when you plan to return. 12. Carry emergency supplies and learn survival skills. SAFE SNOWMOBILING MEANSSAFE SNOWMOBILING MEANSSAFE SNOWMOBILING MEANS Landowners make our winter sport possible. Intersection WN60 has been officially labeled on VAST maps. WN60 is located in the heart of Worcester Village just across from the school adjacent to trailer parking and ride- up gas. Feb. 27 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. has been set as the Worcester Rangers annual late season trailside refreshment event. Snowmobilers from near and far have enjoyed visiting the Rangers for hamburgers hot dogs coffee and conversation. The trailside is located at the newly designated WN60 in Worcester village where there is plenty of parking and gas. Pencil this event into your end-of-season travels. The Rangers are very grateful for the assistance of Montpeliers Trackmakers and Calais Mountain Tamers in providing the finest riding in north central Washington county. Bob Stewart Communications Deereld Valley Stump Jumpers To start here is a message from our President Don Yanke As your newly elected president Id first like say thanks to Fred March for well over a decade of serving as DVSJs president. During Freds watch the club saw many adverse situations from trail closures and reroutes to ice storms snow storms rain storms and by far the most devastating event since the clubs inception the impact of Hurricane Irene. In all of these situations Freds leadership helped ensure our trails were back open in a timely fashion. As always the fall presents us with all our normal preparation activities for the upcoming season. Volunteers are WINDHAM COUNTY