To all, we have updated the calendar on the webpage to reflect all known dates and times for the summer and 2019-2020 season. Some information, dates and times may change as we get closer to any calendar events. Please keep a look out and also watch FB for updates.
We will be having our annual clubhouse cleanup Saturday June 1st at 9:00an. We will be cleaning and putting everything away for the summer. This will include the main floor and basement. Please respond to email@example.com or you can contact Sean Pinard @ 603-785-4907 or via e-mail @ firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there.
To all, we certainly hope you had a great season. We certainly did at SOS. Trails were great the riding was better, even with the swaying of the weather it seemed to work in our favor.
Unfortunately our season is coming to an end, time to break out our campers, boats, atv’s bikes and hiking gear. That being said we have a few more things happening. We still have our final meeting in May, We will be holding a Member / Landowner appreciation dinner of some kind. Tammy is handling this and she will need help if you are interested. This will likely be toward the end of summer due to scheduling.
We still have the NHSA Annual Meeting and are still looking for a few people to attend. We have 3 delegates for voting so we want to make sure we have at least 3 there.
We will be scheduling a clubhouse clean-up shortly as well as some final trail work to bring in the signs, snow fence and the mats on the dam.
Some future summer items already in the works is the Luau on the Lake and the Club Camping Trip, both are listed in the calendar and on FB in the event page. Budgets are in for the Steak & Lobster Feed and the Profile Car Show so stay tuned for more info on those events! There will likely be some Summer projects as well so stay tuned we will post as soon as we have any info or dates. FB will be the fastest communication and sometimes it is last min so watch for anything and come help if you can.
Some important news, voting took place at the April meeting some have stepped down from the Board of Directors. We had no one run unfortunately. Currently remaining is President Dave George, Secretary Stacy Poutas, BOD Ron Pinard, and Rich Ventura stepping down from Treasurer and remaining as a BOD member.
We are currently looking to fill the Vice President, Treasurer and Trail Master positions. If you are interested please let us know. Thank you to those who have served on the BOD. It has been a pleasure having you.
So all know membership was up this year and volunteers are down all over. We need your help in many area’s. Many always helps but if we don’t have the people to do the work nothing gets done.
Thank you all for a great season and thank you all that helped with our events, open houses, grooming and trail work. Thank you all that attended and rode our trails.
Thank you all the helped out and attended. Thank you to Stacy and her crew they pulled off a great event! the trails were amazing the day was beautiful. Thank you to all the companies that supported and donated to the event and ultimately to our trail system.
We had some great runs for the radar run and some great food. our pictures are all posted on our FB page.
Winning information listed below
52 sleds participated.
Average Highest Speed, 1000 Class: 89 MPH, Steve Borges
500 LC Class: 1st Place: Wyatt Pepi; 73 MPH
600 LC Class: 1st Place: John Tarr; 77 MPH
2nd Place: Sandy Osgood; 75 MPH
3rd Place: Wayne Delano; 75 MPH
700 LC Class: 1st Place: Tom Harmon; 86 MPH
2nd Place: Derek Harmon; 84 MPH
3rd Place: Brad Pelletier; 75 MPH
800 LC Class: 1st Place: Ricky Gaudreau; 89 MPH
2nd Place: Dave Charrette; 87 MPH
3rd Place: Justin Dolan; 84 MPH
1000 LC Class: 1st Place: Steve Borges; 89 MPH (Top Avg. Speed)
2nd Place: Rick Gaudreau; 83 MPH
3rd Place: Jim Wentworth; 83 MPH
1200 4 Stroke: 1st Place: John Sheridan; 85 MPH
2nd Place: Dave Charrette; 81 MPH
3rd Place: Anthony Addonizio; 80 MPH