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Late Winter 2016 47 Club News Canaan Border Riders It sure has been a tough winter on us all. Do we groom or not Mother Nature seems to have the last laugh every time. We do however continue to have some club events planned for the months ahead. We will still be having a cookout at Aprils Maple to celebrate the end of the season. I guess this season well celebrate the season that wasnt. Either way come join us for burgers and dogs at the beautiful facility that the Lemays open to us every year for this get-together. With any luck sugar season will be in full swing which adds to the fun. May brings the Annual Landowner Steak Feed at the Time Out Tavern Northland Restaurant. It will be on May 7 at 530 for happy hour and dinner will be served at 630. We welcome all our landowners and volunteers to thank you for all you do to keep us alive and well. To finish Id like to announce that 2016 is the 50th anniversary of this wonderful club. Thank you to all the people who over the years contributed in any way to our clubs longevity and success. It speaks volumes to know that we were around even before VAST and from what the original members tell me we are very much responsible for helping start our state organization. With that Ill say lets hope we get a few good storms before the seasons end and get to enjoy what we have left of winter. Mike Daley President Like us on Facebook Lunenburg Polar Bears A small whisk of winter and it was done. Thats what happened during the 2015-16 season. It was the worst in recent memory for the entire northeast United States. Yet it was encouraging to see VAST clubs up to the challenge and doing everything they could to drum up some fun for the VAST community. We added a nifty LED strobe pack to our Mogul Master drag to improve safety and visibility. A large portion of Polar Bear Country received packing and assessment runs in early January. Sleds were out enjoying what they could mostly in the Granby area but we did not recover from the repeated rain and thaws. The Polar Bears rolled forward with a Hot Dish Buffet in February. Among the guests in attendance our landowners ate for free. The setup crew and numerous helpers worked hard to ensure it was a success. Special thanks to Lynda Silsby and Brenda and Dick Santaw for coordinating the event. You can find photos of the Buffet on page 25 in this issue of Snowmobile Vermont. During recent meetings there were discussions related to future club