Early Winter 2015 53 WINDSOR COUNTY Club News Cavendish Green Mountain Snow Fleas Thank you to everyone who came out and supported our Touch-A- Tucker and our Pig Roast the first two Building a Home for Our Tucker fundraising events. We greatly appreciate the article and photos from Touch-A-Tucker which appeared in the Fall issue of Snowmobile Vermont The Pig Roast was a huge success serving over 100 dinners We want to acknowledge and thank our sponsors and volunteers Anthony and Denise Scricca Gary Gnazzo Brian and Kim Villa from Snow Country Snowmobiles Ned Bowen Dan Buckley Jamies Junk Show Bennys Power of Chester Margo Caulfield and Cavendish Connects Central Vermont Motorcycles Chester Snowmobile Club The Chophouse Frank and Patty Companik Deep River Snacks GetSno Golden Stage Inn Jalin of Vermont Ludlow American Legion Post 36 Ludlow Side Hill Cronchers Minibeezs Store The Pointe at Castle Hill Reclaimed in Vermont Singletons Store Southside Steakhouse Stone Hearth Inn and Tavern Dan Turco Sons Vermont Fresh Foods Tina Berge Joe Butova Jay Genova Terry Giordano Joe and Deb Nardini Pete and Dot Ramsdell Joe Salvatore Clay and Crystal Sides and Mike and Vanessa Zampini. We wouldnt have been able to do it without you Club members were busy this fall getting our trails cleared and ready for the season including the replacement of one of our older bridges. Thank you to all who have worked at our trail clean up events A special thanks to Ron Brenton and Brian Weymer and his friend Bill Pidlipchak who cleared the trails in the areas near their homes. Your commitment to the club and our trails is greatly appreciated TMAs can be purchased by mail at Snow Country Snowmobiles on Winery Road in Proctorsville or by contacting Karen Marini. Our first club ride of the season will be to the Ravens Den Steakhouse in Manchester Center on Saturday Jan. 23. Riders should meet at the Cook Shack at 9 a.m. Look for more info on our website and Facebook page. Think snow Karen Marini SecretaryMembership www.Cavendishsnoweas.com Like us on Facebook Chester Snowmobile Club Hurray We sold out of tickets for our raffle of a 2015 Polaris ETX. Congrats to the lucky winner Dan Borkosky of Feeding Hills Massachusetts. Thank you to everyone who purchased a ticket in support of our fundraising efforts. On Saturday October 11 we held our second club work day of the season. Thirteen volunteers showed up at 730 a.m. broke into three work groups and on four-wheeler or by foot headed out to clear brush. Its amazing how much foliage creeps onto our trail system each year. Small trees need to be cleared because once they are laden with snow they will slap riders as they ride down the trail or might interfere with our Tucker grooming the trail. With over 50 miles of trail to maintain we had another work day on Nov. 7 to ensure we are ready for what we hope will be early snow. After completing the days work we all headed to Cavendish to the pig roast they had to raise funds for a new groomer garage. As a neighboring club we wanted to support their cause and we were glad we did. The pulled pork was outstanding. They also offered four choices of mac n cheese baked beans and had live music to provide the perfect party atmosphere. For our members south of the border remember you can buy your TMA at Enfield Motor Sports in Connecticut. We hope you stopped by their annual swap meet on Oct. 31 to see all the new sleds pick up some accessories and buy a cheeseburger. Again this year Enfield Motor Sports let us run the food concession with all the profits going to the Chester Snowmobile Club. Joan Choiniere Club Secretary www.chestersnowmobileclub.com . Raffle winner Dan Brokosky accepts his raffle prize of a 2015 Polaris XTX from Chester Snowmobile Club Secretary Joan Choiniere.