Winter 2016 55 LIVE THE GRAND PRIX EXPERIENCE FEBRUARY 12-13-14 2016 OVAL RACES SNOCROSS MOTOS AND QUAD ON ICE DRAG GRAND PRIX SKI-DOO DE VALCOURT 34th EDITION PRESENTED BY RESERVATION 1 866 532.7543 GRANDPRIXVALCOURT.COM MOST IMPORTANT SNOWMOBILE RACING EVENT IN NORTH AMERICA BUY YOUR TICKET ONLINE NOW AND SAVE problems on our 108 trail adding some culverts and water bars to help get the water off the trail. Also on the 108 trail we had to repair a bridge on the bottom of the south side of Kings Hill Mtn. This was no easy task due to the bridge being located approximately three miles from any road access. Thanks to a gracious landowner who allowed us to use his property to get to the bridge we only had about a 1.5 mile trek up to our bridge. With the help of a Kubota tractor mini-excavator and a newly club volunteered fabricated telephone pole dolly we were able to get four 30- foot telephone poles and the needed decking up to the bridge. Our club is always looking for volunteers to help with trail work as well as numerous other duties within the club. We meet the first Wednesday of the month at the Cambridge Fire Station. Email us at smugglersnotchsnowmobileclub yahoo.com Jason Luneau President Like us on Facebook Club News The Corinth Sno-Scramblers Commerce Directory Billboard located on Trail 91 was just erected with the help of Larry Russ and Mark Benway. It will soon display local businesses that support the Sno-Scramblers. ORANGE COUNTY Corinth Sno-Scramblers Greetings from the Corinth Sno- Scramblers While this has not been the most exciting winter so far as we have not been able to do much riding locally we have been able to accomplish many of the trail maintenance items that we had set out to complete in the early fall months. All the trail work is done and now we are just waiting for the snow. Over the past couple of months the outpouring of support from our landowners and club members has been phenomenal. Not only do these families donate time to help get the trails ready for the season but they also have donated money towards our club. Building bridges erecting signs and maintaining the trails takes not only time and effort from our club members but also money. We are extremely grateful for those who have donated as they allowed us to accomplish the projects that we had wanted to complete for this year. The cooperation and help that we receive from the landowners of Orange county are the glue that make VAST a success and make being a volunteer a fun experience.