b'Club Newswelcome Lisa Todd to the treasurers position, replacing Charlie Robbins after 14 years as treasurer. Charlie plans on remaining an active club member and trail reporter.At the Dammers March meeting, we welcomed back Holly Knox, district U.S. Forest Service recreation program manager. Holly manages 400,000 acres of forest land. The Chittenden Dammers collaborate closely with the Forest Service on numerous projects such as bridges and other Chittenden Dammers enjoyed a great breakfast ride to the Swiss Farm on March 3. trail improvements which are shared for year-round use by many outdoor few who show up to repair bridges,with some successful social eventssports enthusiasts.debrush trails, sign and mark sectionsand club rides which have capturedIts been a super riding season and of trails and the list goes on. They arethe essence of the Chittendenwe hate to see it go, but if you want the ones who commit time and effortDammers. to keep in touch year-round, check in every month to meet and address allWe continue to move forward withwith our website, Facebook page or the issues with the management ofresearch and careful thought on theon Instagram. Check out the pictures the local snowmobile club. Groomerpossible purchase of a new groomer.section on the website.operators spend countless hours forThanks to the collaborative efforts ofCharlie Robbins, Club News your riding pleasure. If you think itmany club members, the dream of thisCorrespondent is a simple ride through the woodnew piece of equipment could becomechittendendammers.org on one of these expensive pieces ofreality in the not distant future. StayLike us on Facebookequipment, I urge you to go alongtuned for more on this.some night and observe the work that goes into creating that perfect trail. WeWe are grateful for an active core wont talk about what happens whengroup of club members who put in something goes wrong. extra effort to keep many people Hope everyone enjoys the upcomingriding smooth in Chittenden. We spring and summer seasons. There iswelcome Paul and Gwen Racine lots to enjoy. Make sure to look at theback into the groomer. We thank summer issue of Snowmobile VermontTrailmaster Doug Todd for doing allPoultney Valleyfor important annual meeting info. that he does. Thanks to Amy Carr andSnowmobile DevilsJody Casey for chairing the successfulAfter a good potluck supper at our Until next time, enjoy! Dam Good Time fundraiser that isMarch meeting, we reviewed how Raymond Rodrigue, Presidentdestined to become an annual event.the 2018/19 snowmobile season was orleanssnowstormers.comMarch is officer election time andin Poultney. The consensuses was Like us on Facebook we welcome back Dave Dutton asthat it was a fair season with its ups president, J.Rod Sherman as viceand downs. Trails opened on time president, and Anne Southworth aswith early snow but then a warm up RUTLANDmembership chair and secretary. Wehappened. This pattern seemed to COUNTYChittenden DammersAs we move through March, we can look back on one of the better riding seasons in the last few years. We have enjoyed consistently good snow since the second week of January. The Dammers have had a really great yearOver 100 people took advantage of the groomed sledding hill at Poultneys Winter Carnival.38 | Snowmobile VERMONT'