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62 Snowmobile VERMONT Guilford Pitstoppers The Pitstoppers have had a busy summer and fall. As snowmobilers we always want the snow but have been somewhat thankful we have had a few more weeks to prepare. We have had a lot of projects this summer and the last details are just coming together. Our first annual super rae was a success. We gave away one 3000 and two 1000 cash prizes and still managed to put some in our account as well. The 3000 Grand Prize went to James VanVackenburgh Jr. from Greenfield Mass. who donated some back to the club. Chris Wocell from Newfane Vermont and Joe Miragolia from Ashfield Mass. were the two 1000 winners. We have had many trail work days and produced four beautiful new bridges. One bridge was 45 feet and the remaining three were 25 feet in length. All bridges were built at 8 feet wide in hopes of upgrading grooming classes someday. Special thanks to Perkins Home Center Renaud Brothers Construction Valley Crane Service and MT3 unlimited who are businesses who supported those projects. The 45-foot bridge utilized a retired flatbed truck trailer for substructure and made quick work This is one of four bridges installed by the the Guiford Pitstoppers this year. Jacksonville E-Z Riders The summer and fall were very busy for us and many needed projects were completed. We have a new reroute on the 8A loop that takes us off from riding on a town road and extends the trail on the power lines in that area. Our club rae is underway and the Club News Derry Sled Dogs Boy are we ready We have a great new trail waiting the new drag is gleaming and the groomers are anxious to get out Thirty days into the official start of the season and we are still waiting on that evasive snowstorm. The Derry Sled Dogs are thrilled to have one of our longest tenured members and Club Groom Master Jon Foster featured in this issue of Snowmobile Vermont. Check out the article Who is in the Groomer A large number of our members are from out-of-state. In speaking with a few we are finding many folks want to get to know our trails better find new trails or just ride with a group. Keep an eye on our Facebook page. We hope to post a couple of dates for when we will guide a ride from our trails to a selected destination. The club has sweatshirts long and short sleeve tees ballcaps and knit hats for sale. Show your support and order a few for the family. Items can be found on Facebook. As always we wish to thank the local landowners Remember that when you are riding on someone elses property they are to be treated with respect and gratitude Without them we would be riding in circles Rusty Rosenthal Treasurer TMA Coord. Like us on Facebook Jacksonville E-Z Riders are adding new directional signs throughout their trail system. of that project. Our new trail map is complete with all 22 miles of club trails and 24 miles of VAST trails that were GPS mapped late last riding season. All 18 intersections are nearing completion with new signs. We have almost completed installation of an above ground gas tank at our store. That project should be wrapped up during the first week of February. With improving trails a new map new signs a store with great food and gas we hope to make Guilford a destination ride this year. Special thanks to Washburn Vault Beardsley Fuels Pete Noble PlumbingHeating and Brett Barnes for support with the gas project. Please call the store at 802- 490-2233 to be sure the gas project has been completed before coming over to gas up. Pete Noble SecretaryTreasurer Like us on Facebook. WINDHAM COUNTY