Thank you all for supporting Camp Sno-Mo during the SOS Lobster Steak and Chicken BBQ and BBB Corn Hole Tournament. Some Camp kids visited with us, the laughs and smiles were just precious.
Thank you to all that made this event successful Danforth Bay Campground and RV Resort, Ride 603, Sanders Lobster, Dennis Foods, Stogie Hollar Farm, Yankee Smokehouse, Constantino Real Estate, NH Electric Co-op, G.W. Brooks, Foote Family, Cook Family, Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, Portland Seadogs, Patrick’s Pub & Eatery, Indian Mound Pizza, Bear Camp Garden, Branch Brook Campground.
Thank you to the volunteers Sean Pinard, John & Denise Cook, Dave & Jodi George, Dave, Judy, Casey & Mathew Charrette, Don Bray, Jason & Kylee Gionet.
It is that time of the year again, a new season has officially started. Get your memberships early be ready with your voucher!
Remember, if you join via square and paper form it needs to be mailed to us and takes time. The preferred method would be to log into NHSA and join directly, that will get you your voucher right away.
Why join a club? By joining you are supporting and sending the money directly to that club. The club is the group that takes care of the trails for you, including maintenance and grooming. They also work with state agencies to help support the sport, gain and keep our ability to have trails throughout the state of NH.
The fee to join a club is a yearly fee and covers the added cost at registration for all the snowmobiles you own. When you don’t join a club, the fee is charged to every snowmobile you register and goes into a state account to be used for the trails but is not specific on where the money will be distributed throughout the state.
If you have any questions, please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to our own VP Sean Pinard for winning the Water May Raffle!
The video is posted to our FB page
The New Hampshire Snowmobile Association is looking for enthusiastic groups of volunteers to help during our snowmobile race, held annually on Columbus Day weekend. Jobs include parking cars, taking admission, security and safety.
Club Fundraising – The Simple Way!
One of the best opportunities for clubs to raise cash is by volunteering at the Grass Drags and Watercross. Many clubs raise thousands every year, several over $7,000!
All the planning and organization is handled by the NHSA, all your club needs to do is sign-up in advance and volunteer.
NHSA will pay per hour for every hour you work directly to your club. This is a great fundraiser for the club and much needed help for NHSA & and the Grass Drags our official start to the season!
Go to NHSA for more info or to sign up.
Answers to FAQ for Volunteering at Race Into Winter on the NHSA website.