b'Club NewsCanaan Border Riders contributions were very much appreciated and we are all looking forward to next year. There is even mention of allowing Vermonters free admission to the event. Lets keep our fingers crossed. Next up, we have to figure out how to keep our groomers operating the full 16 weeks of the season with our contract running out at 14. The trails have been fantastic throughout the season and wed love to keep them that way until the very end. We will have a landowners dinner the first week in May to say thank you Pam Howe is the winner of the Ski-Dooto our landowners. Then it will be onEssex county president, Lin Mixer, met with in the Brighton Snowmobile Clubs raffle.to our construction season. PeopleNew Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu President Bob Dexter congratulates her.assume that a snowmobile club onlyduring that states SnoFest event. works in the winter. However, our allows our club to use his property forsummer season requires as much worksnowpack is deep. This has been the club functions and trails, did a fine joband volunteerism. We look forward tobest winter in years. For the weeks with the dedication ceremonies. Weseeing you all this summer to help out! ahead, we expect some nice riding at were honored that Daves 89 year oldMichael Daley, Directorour higher elevations. Stay in touch mother, Dorothy Page, could attendcanaanborderriders.comwith our Facebook page and the VAST the festivities and see how much DaveLike us on Facebook trail conditions site for the latest status meant to the Brighton Snowmobileand conditions.Club. Trail traffic is definitely up this year, At the time this article goes to print,especially on Corridors 2 and 102 our season will be over but not theabove EX62. More snowmobilers are memories. We can only hope that nextusing these trails as a loop that dips year will be just as wonderful. Wishingsoutheast in Essex county. In response, you all a late spring so that we can ridewe encourage riders to consider right up until mid-April, and an earlyLunenburg Polar Bears winter! Snowmobile Club, Inc traveling Corridor 1 as an alternative. We also modified our grooming Homer Selby, Club News CorrespondentAs our season winds down, the snowschedule and added a new weekend brightonsnowmobile.orgis still falling. Members are digging outgrooming run that is specific to the their mailboxes. Sleds are humming inrecent trends.the distance. Its a great snowmobileDont forget to check out our trails season in Polar Bear Country! in town and on the valley floors. Our trail base is robust and theCorridors 2A, 2F1, 102F1 and 102F4 Canaan Border RidersI cant believe its March already. We sure cant complain about Mother Natures contribution this winter. The Border Riders have been busy keeping up with the trails and maintaining the equipment. As a community service, we grouped with our fellow New Hampshire clubs and the Chamber of Commerce to revive the Snodeo. The new event was called Sno Fest and was to incorporate non-motorized winter events as well as the groomer rodeo, all on one weekend at one location. The results were amazing as both days saw huge crowds and happy patrons. The Snowmobilers gather at EX62 for the Lunenburg Polar Bears club ride to the Poker Palace.32 | Snowmobile VERMONT'