b'Club Newslandowners for allowing us to use their land to make our trails possible. Be sure to stay tuned to our Facebook page for up to the minute updates on our trail workdays and other happenings for the Corinth Sno- White River Valley RamblersScramblers. We will also have some new apparel ready for purchaseAnd just like that, the 2019/20 riding before the snowmobiles hit the trails,season is almost here! I want to start so dont miss out on getting yourselfout first, by thanking Don Stewart and a new winter hat or long-sleeved shirtLocust Creek Outfitters for selling our with our Sno-Scramblers logo! TheThe Topsham Ridge Runners and a localTMAs and supporting the club for snow will be here before you know it.ATV club joined forces to rebuild a sharedmany, many years. We wish you well In the meantime, think snow! bridge.and hope to support you in your future Kim Davis, Webmasterendeavors.snoscramblers.orgtrail work dates for brushing andWe will once again be giving away one Like us on Facebook signing on our Facebook page. free Early Bird TMA this year. All you have to do to enter is purchase your Andrew Connell, Vice PresidentEarly Bird TMA and join the White topshamridgerunnersvt.orgRiver Valley Ramblers club (either in Like us on Facebook person or through online sales). Once all the Early Bird sales totals are in, we will randomly pull a winner to be Topsham Ridge Runners reimbursed for their TMA cost. This year, you will be able to purchase I sit here writing this in mid- WRVR TMAs at Mills Hardware September, and there has already beenin Bethel and Mid State Sports in snow out West as well as a heavyWashington Snow Flyers Randolph, as well as online and dusting back here in the East up in theSummer has flown by, as it seems tothrough club officers. Please buy early Gaspe. It brings on a sense of energydo every year. The leaves are gettingand often to increase your chances to and excitement, like the first twitch ofmore colorful every day, a signal thatwin!the throttle when you awaken yoursnowmobile season is that much closerSome fun things are planned for this sled from its summer slumber. Evennow. On Sept.12, I actually had towinters riding season. Trail prizes will as I write this, our club has alreadyscrape ice off my windshield beforeagain be appearing randomly along been out in the woods preparing forleaving for work! our trails throughout the season, so the season ahead.The VAST Annual Meeting haskeep your eyes peeled while riding At the end of August, we teamed upcome and gone. The hard work ourour trails. If you find one, follow the with the Tri Village Wheelers, ourvolunteers did the last preseason andinstructions inside to claim your prize. local VASA club, to rebuild a sharedduring the 2019 season did not goThe Vintage Rendezvous antique and bridge on trail 302B. The new deckunnoticed. Our club was awardedvintage snowmobile show will once and railings are beautiful and muchBest Groomed Trails for 2019. Ouragain be happening (details TBA). We safer than the old one. Be sure totrailmaster, Brian Farnham, receivedare also going to try to have at least one check them out this season. We havethe award for Trailmaster of thetrail side cookout during the season, so also started our annual trail brushingYear. Another club volunteer, Fredstay tuned! work. Every year, I find myself in aBlanchard, received the TrailblazerThe best way to keep up with club state of shock when I see how quicklyAward.news, meeting times, trail workdays, the brush creeps back in. The hoursevents, grooming, vintage show, and we spend now, though, will be wellWe plan to pick up from where we leftother events is to follow the clubs worth it to remove the twigs that hitoff last season to provide awesomeFacebook pages. If you dont do the you when you ride through duringtrails for all the VAST members. WeFacebook thing, and would like to the season. This year, it has also beenhave some projects to do before thebe notified of workdays and events, great to meet some new faces of thoseseason begins. Our meetings are theplease call me directly at 802-234-5274. who share our passion! A new set offirst Tuesday of the month, so feel freeWe can use all the help we can get to eyes and ideas are always welcometo stop by to see what we are planning,keep the trails maintained and club and help us to create better trails.and you can also stay up to dateevents happening, so please dont be I want to say thank you to the Trithrough our Facebook page. Until nextshy.Village Wheelers as well as all thetime, think snow!volunteers who have helped us so farJim Wild, Media ManagerAlex Riesterer, President this season. Keep an eye out for moreLike us on Facebook Like us on Facebook30 | Snowmobile VERMONT'