To all, please be advised we are volunteers and memberships to include vouchers do not happen overnight! You have a few options for membership. Click on the upper right corner tab “membership application” you can print out and mail or scan and e-mail, Address info below.
THIS IS A FILL FORM YOU CAN TYPE IN YOUR INFO THEN PRINT OUT. PLEASE MAKE SURE IT IS LEGIBLE! WE CANNOT GET YOUR VOUCHER TO YOU OR E-MAILS IF WE CANT READ YOUR INFO!
Be Aware this option can take over a week!
SOS PO Box 185 Madison NH 03849 / e-mail email@example.com
YOU STILL NEED TO FILL OUT A FORM AND SEND IT TO US, EITHER VIA MAIL OR YOU CAN SCAN AND E-MAIL IT TO SOSCLUB@SOSSC.COM!!!!!
TO PAY FOR YOUR MEMBERSHIP ONLINE – please click HERE, to go to our Square register to use your credit card.
You will still need to fill out a membership form! Use the Membership Application button top right of this page. Fill the form out completely and legibly. It is a fill form so you can type it out.
Please check your spam folder in your e-mail for your voucher. We will e-mail the link and we have seen a few end up in spam.
If you are local and are looking to register right away, SOSSC Preferred locations are Barton’s Motorsports in Tamworth, Army Barracks in Conway & Profile Powersports in Conway. They have our applications and can get you set up right away.
If you have any questions or have not received your voucher within a reasonable time please contact us @firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Officers page on our website @ www.sossc.com and contact Mike Roberts or any member of the Board of Directors. Thank you
We are a non-profit snowmobile club located in Madison, New Hampshire and a member of the New Hampshire Snowmobile Association . The Scrub Oak Scramblers (SOS) Snowmobile Club promotes the sport of safe snowmobiling and maintains a 60 mile trail system throughout Madison, Freedom, Eaton, and Tamworth, New Hampshire.
The club enjoys a rich heritage dating back 40 years and is fortunate to have a rustic clubhouse on the trail in the Madison hills. SOS strives to have a balance of social gatherings, activities, work parties, and events which meet the varied interests of the membership. Communication with our members is accomplished with the publication of our monthly newsletter SOS NEWS, our website, and monthly business meetings and potluck suppers. Most of our trail system is over private property, and we are deeply indebted to the landowners who grant their permission each year.
Funds for day to day operating expenses as well as trail and bridge maintenance is derived from annual dues, fund raising events, Grant-In-Aid, and federal grants. In cooperation with the New Hampshire Fish & Game Department, we sponsor at least two Youth Snowmobile Safety Courses each year. In addition, we support the annual NHSA Easter Seals Ride-in and local community activities.
If you have any questions or concerns please email us at email@example.com