Dear Fellow Snowseekers,

First thing I would like to wish everybody a Happy New Year.  May the coming months bring you all good health, wealth, and good times with family and friends.  Most importantly let the new year bring a few snowy months to make 2015 a great snowmobile season!

Looking back over the past month, it was one of our busiest months of the year.  With that being said let’s get started with some of the highlights.

Our Christmas meeting began the Holiday season.  We had quite a few great gifts for the raffle and I would like to thank all who donated gifts.  Not only was it a fun meeting, it also raised more than $300.00 towards Ginny’s charities.

December also held the PSSA Power Sports Show West.  Many of our club members that were able to attend the show enjoyed the many booths and displays.  There were great deals on clothing, accessories, trailers, and a look at the new sleds for 2015. Also there was the opportunity to meet some of our neighboring clubs in the area, and speak with them about their trails, clubhouses, and outings. Our safety instructors Art and Jack did a great job again this year, and had a nice size class of eager young snowmobilers interested in learning how to operate a snowmobile safely. Our booth had to be one of the best ones at the show, not only was it a great location, but they also gave us a larger spot than some of the others. Thanks to all the members who helped with the planning, booth set up, ticket sales, and cleanup.  There are too many names of all the volunteers to list, but I am very appreciative to those who were able to help.  Cannot wait to start planning again for next year’s show.

We can’t forget our Breakfast with Santa.  For all those who welcomed Santa, this year had to be one of our best turn outs yet.  We had close to 30 children and twice as many adults at the breakfast, and everyone young and old had a good time. It was nice to see so many of our members’ family and friends.  There were even a few founding members that attended breakfast.  Again many thanks to all the members who helped make it a successful breakfast and memorable time for the children.

Congratulations goes to this year’s winner of our fall raffle Jay Wack, hopefully he picks the new Polaris snowmobile, and comes out with us riding.

There has also been some improvements at the clubhouse recently, we now have a new wood burner in the social room which was badly needed and a new TV in the living room.

Judy and I would like to express our deepest sympathy and condolences to The Craig Hocanson’s Family.   Craig’s father-in-law passed away on December 26, 2014.  May you take comfort in knowing that an angel is watching over you and your family.

As Always Think Snow


Dates to Remember:

***January 8th meeting at the Harmony Moose @ 8pm***