Summer 2017 | 31 Veterans Services, please call 802-447- 5017. The Woodford SnoBusters are proud to support our local community! Congratulations to Megan McKenna, Woodford SnoBusters 2017 Scholarship Recipient! Megan is currently studying criminal justice and American legal studies at Bay Path University. The WSBs are proud to help Megan work toward her goal of becoming a state trooper. Please remember that the quality of our snowmobile trails are the direct result of our volunteer pool. Reach out to the SnoBusters or any of the local snowmobile clubs to participate in the many volunteer opportunities! Happy Summer! (…but, Think Snow!) Stacey Bleile, Hospitality Director snobusters.com Like us on Facebook CLUB NEWS JR Lanoue and Jordan Lanoue discuss which way to go in Island Pond Vermont (Corey Lanoue photo) CALEDONIA COUNTY Buckaroos of 302 Greetings and happy Fourth of July! As Kevin and I sit down to write this newsletter, our minds are wandering of thinking about the upcoming snowmobiling season and all the trail projects that need to be done. Luckily, we have a few months off to rest before our weekends will be filled with building bridges, cutting brush and signing trails. The Buckaroos of 302 closed out the 2016-2017 season with a bang! We sold 611 TMAs (a club record) and had a good winter, despite some thaws and rain. The Dick Page Ride- In was a success and we sold out of all our meals. Overall, it was a very successful year for us. Three of our volunteers attended the VAST Construction Seminar workshop in Barre and returned with some new knowledge and ideas. We plan to send some members to the VAST Annual Meeting to represent the Buckaroos and to see some of our fellow clubs from across the state. This past week, Groton and the surrounding communities have received some heavy rains resulting in flash flooding. We may have to Megan McKenna is the Woodford SnoBusters 2017 scholarship recipient and reportedly a crack-shot too!