b'Club Newsadd you to the email list so that youthat we need to groom our tight andour very generous landowners and can stay up to date. We will not floodsomewhat steep sections of trail.volunteers who make all this possible. your inbox. We will help you stayAt our March meeting, we startedIt certainly hasnt been easy for us informed and advised of work crewsmaking our to-do list for the offthis year, but our steadfast core group that could use some help.season. We have quite a few projectsof volunteers and club supporters/A warm thank you is extended to allthat we hope to get started on, or evenmembers have helped tremendously outlets selling our club TMAs. The Bayfinish by mid-summer. From bridgesand we are incredibly thankful for Store, Champlain Valley Equipment,to culverts and major debrushingthem. Lake Street Repair and Peakto possible trail reroutes, we haveWe still have a limited selection of Performance have done a great job fora lot planned to improve our trailsCorinth Sno-Scramblers apparel us again this season. You have been aand make for an even more enjoyableavailable, including t-shirts, great resource for our club members.experience on our trail system.sweatshirts, hooded sweatshirts and Lets also remember to thank allWhile the season is slowly meltingfitted baseball hats. Head over to our the landowners who have givenaway, we are thankful as always towebsite for more information. All permission for the use of their land. No matter how little or great the acreage, our trails are nothing without them. Lets not forget the importance of our winter sport and relaxation for many people. Have a great summer, and lets get ready for next year. Sandy Badger, President & Treasurer Like us on FacebookORANGECOUNTYCorinth Sno-ScramblersAs the season winds down, we are very fortunate this year to be able to look back on some amazing conditions. While we got off to an inconsistent start, we have had constant snow and cold temperatures since the end of January. Due to these great snow conditions, riders were able to ride in any direction from our trail system. At the beginning of February, we began having issues with our groomer360 WEST ST., RUTLAND, VT staying up to power. It started struggling to climb steep hills withMON.-FRI. 9-6 & SAT. 9-4 significant snow. Thanks to Tyler and802-773-4533Fornwalts Excavation, we found that we had a bad injector pump. Thanks to our volunteers and these guys, we were able to get the parts taken off, repaired, and all injectors replaced to be back on the trail within a week. Thanks to Adam Osgood for help with trailering the groomer. Since then, the groomer has run likeWWW.CENTRALVERMONTMOTORCYCLES.COMa top and is back to having the power Late Winter2019 | 35'