b'Club Newscontinue through the season. We were able to get some good riding in, but had to be cautious of ice. We had a very successful pancake breakfast in January and participated in the Poultney Winter Carnival. Well over 100 people rode or drove to the Chesnut Monster Garage. The sliding hill was perfect and filled with kids who were pulled back up by snowmobile. The adults were brave enough to also try the hill on skipjacks. Over 100 hamburgers, 100 hot dogs, 40 pounds of french fries, 10-crock potsRay Duquette and Gary Arthur groom the Shrewsbury Sno-Birds trails. of soup and chili, hot chocolate, coffee and lots of goodies were served andStay on the trail, respect the completed the perfect day. Thanks tolandowners and we will continue to all who attended and we hope Motherenjoy snowmobiling in Vermont. We Nature will give us a good weatherhope you all enjoyed our trails this day for the carnival next year. year and come back next year.We had discussions of new signing,We meet on the second Wednesday ofShrewsbury Sno-Birdsnew gates and trail work for nextevery month with a 6:30 potluck and year. We also had some complaintsmeeting at 7 p.m. at York Coach WorksThe temps are in the 50s and the yard of renegade riders not staying on theon Route 30, just north of Poultneyis looking like mud season has started! trails. We apologize to the landownersVillage. Everyone is always welcome.Our trails are still looking good, but who experienced this. They realizedthe lower trails will bare up quickly as that most of us ride responsibly so noErnie Dematties, Media Managerthe snow depth is very low. We were trails were closed. Like us on Facebook very lucky that the trails stayed hard Late Winter2019 | 39'