b'VAST NewsDAVID K. PAGE MEMORIAL TRAIL SYSTEM DEDICATION By Nancy Piette and Judy ValentePrior to his untimely passing, Dave Page spent decades shaping the future of snowmobiling as a member of the Brighton Snowmobile Club. On March 2, the club, under the direction of Trailmaster Reno Jarvis, held an event to recognize and honor Davids efforts with the official dedication of the David K. Page Memorial Trail System at junction EX 24 on Corridor 114. Davids mother, Dorothy Page, cut the ceremonial ribbon with current BSC club officers, VAST officials, friends, family, and fellow snowmobilers in attendance. Following the ceremony officiated by landowner and Davids close friend Maurice Barnes, the club celebrated the occasion with a cookout coordinated by the Sled Farm II crew. Others who contributed to the event were Steve and Amy Kloss, John Hull of the Northeast Kingdom Snowblasters, landowner Maurice Barnes, NLPhotography, and many volunteers. David served 42 years in manyDavids mother, Dorothy Page, cuts the ceremonial ribbon.(Nancy Piette photos)capacities for the Brighton Snowmobile Club, most recently serving as trailmaster. He was the Essex county VAST director. He received several VAST service awards, including recognition of his Outstanding Service and Dedication since 1992, the 1998 Club Trailmaster of the Year, and the 2016 County Trail Coordinator of the Year.Shelley DAmato, Flat Reno, and the real Reno Jarvis have a little fun with the photo booth. Late Winter2019 | 9'