b'Club Newsproject in Greensboro. We would likeus as we celebrated the Fourth of July. to thank the landowners, contractorsThe Lyndon Sno-Cruisers, like many and volunteers for working with us toother clubs, checked their trails and make this happen. We are confidenttrailmasters submitted new projects.the riders will enjoy this new section ofAs always, we faced all of the trail that will get them off the plowedchallenges and proceeded to fix trails highway and will have some nicefor another good snowmobiling views!season that everyone is expecting. When getting your TMA this yearThe total trail improvements we please consider joining our club. Wecompleted totaled nine. One project are doing everything we can to getwas accomplished by the landowner everything opened up for you andasking for a widening of the trail. After would greatly appreciate the support.volunteers did this, the landowner As always, think snow, ride safe andditched the side of the trail, pulledLyndon Sno-Cruisers member Mike Titus thank our landowners. stumps, smoothed the trail and plantedworks on a trail change on Corridor 51.Sue Rivard100 pounds of winter rye. The VASA Like us on Facebook club that uses Corridor 513 sharedon Lyndon Sno-Cruisers Facebook and the cost of a new culvert in the trail.posters will be placed out at junctions Thank you to them. All of these trailon the trails. We are looking to make improvements were handled by 15this Poker Run the biggest event ever. volunteers, friends, contractors andCome an make it a great day as you try landowners. A big thank you to all ofto win the $500 first prize.them.As we go into our new season, weUntil next time, the shiny snowmobiles Lyndon Sno-Cruisers are planning our annual poker runare getting anxious to go for a ride in fundraiser to be held on Feb. 3. Tothe beautiful winter wonderland. As everyone knows all clubs hadcontinue to build interest, we areLarry Dwyer, Traimaster submitted regular trail improvementplanning a couple changes to thelyndonsnocruisers.com projects, when storm weather greetedevent. More details will be publishedLike us on FacebookEarly Winter 2023 | 25'