TO ALL, WE ARE LOOKING TO PUSH TOWARD THE NHSA PORTAL FOR THE 2019-2020 SEASON. IF YOU HAVE THE ABILITY TO JOIN ON-LINE THROUGH THE PORTAL PLEASE DO SO.

https://www.nhsamembership.com/

IF YOU WOULD STILL LIKE TO JOIN VIA MAIL PLEASE FILL OUT THE FORM ON THE SITE AS IT IS A FILL FORM AND WILL BE MORE LEGITABLE TO READ. THEN PRINT IT AND MAIL IT IN WITH A CHECK OR PAY ON SQAURE. IF PAYING BY SQAURE PLEASE INDICATE SO AND THE DATE YOU PAID ON THE FORM!

THE FORM IS AVAILIBLE ON THE “MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION” BUTTON!

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BE ADVISED THIS WAY TAKES TIME THROUGH THE MAIL AND PROCESS THROUGH OUR VOLUNTEERS. IF YOU WANT TO MAIL PLEASE DO IT EARLY. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR GETTING YOUR VOUCHER TO YOU IN TIME TO REGISTER AND / OR RIDE.   

IF YOU ARE LOOKING TO JOIN THE CLUB AND REGISTER THE SAME DAY OR WITHIN A COUPLE DAYS, YOU WILL NEED TO VISIT THE NHSA PORTAL TO JOIN THE CLUB. THIS WILL ALLOW YOU QUICK ACCESS TO YOUR VOUCHER.

https://www.nhsamembership.com/

If you have any questions or have not received your voucher within a reasonable time please contact us @ sosclub@sossc.com or visit the Officers page on our website and contact Jim or Sandy Habib 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  sosclub@sossc.com