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62 Snowmobile VERMONT Featured Club tape. The Canvendish Green Mountain Snow Fleas have utilized this option and they are very grateful to have had the ability to do so. Larger clubs within the county may also help smaller clubs. This is true with the Ludlow Sidehill Cronchers and their support with providing the option of a promissory note that is interest-free for 3 years for the Tucker that the Snow Fleas currently have. The collaboration and networking with other clubs at the county meetings is very valuable. Everyone is helpful Joe Marini said. Having the county and its key members available has been very helpful to Joe who is new to his leadership role in the club. THE CLUB TODAY Meetings are held the Thursday after the Windsor County meeting on either the second or third Thursday of the month. Meetings are held at the homes of club officers and all members are welcome to attend. The majority of club officers were new to taking on these officer positions in the fall 2014 with the exception of JP. JP had served as president for two years before moving to the vice president position in 2014. OFFICERS President - Joe Marini Vice Presidents - JP Carlisle and Dan Tiernan Treasurer - Dot Ramsdel Secretary - Karen Marini VOLUNTEERS The Cavendish Green Mountain Snow Fleas have a core group of about 20 members who always show up to help with trail cleanup bridge building Cook Shack staffing food donations and anything and everything that needs to be done. The club really appreciates the commitment and dedication of their volunteers Secretary Karen Marini says of the volunteers We think it is very important to acknowledge and thank volunteers. Each trail cleanup ends at our Cook Shack with lunch provided by the club. After each project we include the names of all volunteers in their newsletter and in VAST Club News. We also reward our volunteers. Each time they help with a project or event their name is put into Building a groomer barn has been the clubs main fundraising goal in the past year. So far they have 5000 out of the needed 25000. Displaying the sign for theirhomeless Tucker are Dan Stowell Jared Wilson Joe Marini Dan Tiernan Karen Wilson Dot Ramsdell Pete Ramsdell Karen Marini Frank Companik Jean Walsh and Russ Walsh.