Early Winter 2017 | 29 CLUB NEWS snobusters.org or on Facebook at “Woodford SnoBusters of VT” for a list of vendors selling raffle tickets or message us directly for your chance to win!  Here’s to a spectacular snowmobile season! Think snow!  Stacey Bleile, Hospitality Director snobusters.com Like us on Facebook Buckaroos of 302 Snow has begun to fall in Groton as Kevin and I sit down to write out this newsletter. With temperatures plunging and snow in the forecast, the Buckaroos of 302 are optimistic that we will be riding on opening day and CALEDONIA COUNTY chasing Tristan Vaughan of Grizzly Mountain Grooming around in his Tucker! Our weekends have been busy with bridge and trail projects this fall. We’ve accomplished plenty so far, but our work is far from over. At the last snowmobile meeting, Suzanne Pare was elected to be the Buckaroos’ new Media Coordinator and we are proud to report that she has done a terrific job so far with updating the club Facebook page, website and the club page on the VAST website. Keep up the good work Suzanne! With President Milt Lamberton’s passing, the Buckaroos elected his grandson, Taylor Lamberton, to be the Chris from Catamount Forestry Products volunteers his time and excavator to move a steel frame bridge into position at Junction CA 10 on the 2004 Trail. Bob Bartlett took this photo in Williamstown last year. He is a volunteer and member of three clubs: Barre Thunder Chickens, Saxon Hill Riders and the Williston Hill Hawks.