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I hope this post finds you all well as our thoughts are turning to warmer weather and outside activities.
Officer Elections - This past Wednesday we elected our Officers for the 2013-2014 season and 3 Directors, they are as follows:
President – Craig Keeney
Vice President – Peter Hilton
Trail Administrator – Duane Johnston
Secretary – Melissa Tuchon
Treasurer – Mike Wilson
3 Board Members (2 year term) – David Uhlman, Ron Daley, and Corey Avery
Grooming Summary - A big THANK YOU goes out to our volunteer groomer operators! This past season they logged 228 hours total grooming time.
For Sale & Wanted Items-
- For Sale – 1991 Polaris Widetrack, 488 liquid cooled, 3 speed (hi/low/reverse). Asking $1000.00 or best offer
- Wanted – Late model utility snowmobile, good condition.
Please contact Duane @ 603-726-3166 for either of the above items.
Thanks Everyone for a great season!!
We are sad to report that all our trails will be closed effective April 1, 2013, but we had a great season. Have a great summer and we will see you next season.
Great News!! This year, the State of NH, Bureau of Trails selected the CNHSC trail system as the start and finish point for the annual Ray Burton Ride. On February 25, 2013, we were able to showcase our trail system to a group of State, Federal, NHSA, local officials and snowmobilers. The weather was perfect with blues skies and fresh new snow. Twenty six riders received a great breakfast served up by Tim Scanlon at the Sunset Grill then rode south on Primary Trail 152 up the New Bald Mountain Trail to the Buzzell Valley Trail which currently ends where we propose to construct a new trail to Warren. Riders were then led through the Bruhawachet Snow-Trackers trail system over the Three Ponds Trail to Warren. In Warren we travelled on the Asquamchumauke Valley Trails to Baker River Valley Trails where we were served a hearty lunch at the Baker River Clubhouse and met briefly with Ray Burton from the Governors’ Counsel. The group then travelled through the Snowdrifters Snowmobile Club on trails adjacent to the new wind farm, then back to CNHSC trails and the Sunset Grill.
At the morning breakfast, CNHSC took the opportunity to award three local businesses for their continued years of support of the club. Tim Scanlon, owner of The Sunset Grill; Wayne Charron, owner of Chesleys Pizza and Mini Mart; and Dean and Duane Johnston, owners of Dirt Designs were given plaques of appreciation.
Special thanks go out to Tim Scanlon who opened The Sunset Grill for the morning festivities along with allowing for truck and trailer parking; Baker River Club for supplying a wonderful lunch; Chris Gamache and Clint Savage for coordinating the event with State and Federal Officials; and the members from all five local clubs who groomed and helped with the event.