Land Owner Appreciation Dinner – ALL WELCOME – PLEASE RSVP BY 5/31/16

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10th Annual

Landowner Appreciation Event


When:        Tuesday, June 7, 2016


Time:         Picnic at 6:00pm


Where:       John Brown Memorial Park Pavilion (next to Post Office)

Spring Street

Clifton Springs, NY  14432


Price:         Landowner & Guest – No Charge (limit 2 free dinners)

                             Additional dinners may be purchased for $15

Club Member & Guests – $15 per person


Picnic dinner includes: Steak, salt potatoes, baked beans, tossed salad

Dessert: cookies and brownies

Beverages: water, coffee, iced tea


Please RSVP by May 31, 2016

  • call Carol Spafford at 315-521-4369 or
  • email Carol at or
  • mail to PO Box 152, Clifton Springs, NY 14432We hope to see you there!_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Landowner or Club Member Name: ___________________________________________   Please check one:      Not attending ________       OR       I will attend _________      # of dinners: _________ (limit 2 free dinners, additional dinners may be purchased for $15 each)
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We’re all disappointed that it was a poor winter for riding this year. However, just because we got a small snow fall over the past few days doesn’t mean that our trails are available for riding.  Our trail system is closed for the season.

There are reports from areas all around our trail system that people are out on their sleds damaging spring crops and causing irreparable damage to our land owner relationships.


Thanks to all of the volunteers!

image imageIn a winter that has been very short on snow, I’ve had only one opportunity to ride our trail. But even though we haven’t been able to enjoy our local trails much this season, a huge thank you goes out to every volunteer that prepared our system for the 2015-16 season.

The new bridge shown above isn’t only functional and suitable for our new groomer, it’s a work of art! The outstanding signage is the best our system has ever seen… double staking everywhere. This shows a commitment to the safety of our trail system and the pride of our members.

So even though the trail is un-rideable now, please thank a land owner or a member, buy a raffle ticket, participate in the Poker Run and find out what you can do to help sustain one of the best small snowmobile clubs in New York State!