Club-News

202 Crossing and Rt 119

With the snow flying, the Sno-Moles would like to touch on a couple of dos and don’ts on our trails:

First, there is NO TRAIL along 119 from the railbed to The Pizza Haven. You will get a ticket.

Second, when you are on the railbed at the Route 202 crossing:

  • To get to Foggs for gas you must ride on the same side of 202 as Foggs. (That is the trail on the side of the road nearest the 202 SOUTHbound lane)
  • To get to Dunkins, Taco Bell etc. you must ride on that side of 202, the opposite of going to Foggs. (That is the trail on the side of the road nearest the 202 NORTHbound lane)

These are all clearly marked at the crossings and if you are caught on the wrong side, tickets will be issued.  Let's enjoy the snow!

 

Thanks,

Monadnock Sno-Moles!

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Fireworks Fund Raiser

With the return of the Jaffrey Fireworks (awesome event BTW), so to does the club's opportunity to raise funds due to the generosity of Tom Coney. Tom allows the club the use of his parking lot next to the event. Anyone attending the event knows this is the place to park should you care to get home before the crack of dawn! Thank you again Tom!

We would also like send a thank you out to the volunteers that made it happen. Setting up, working and cleaning up afterwards... Those we'd like to say a special thank you to along with Tom are, Chris Silvia, Mark Haskell, Lyle Greig. Dave VanBlarcom and James and Steve Kottke. Any one we missed, your efforts are appreciated as well.

Thanks again to you all, it was a big success as we collected nearly $1700.00 in club donations! Great work!

Monadnock Sno-Moles

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2016 NHSA Grass Drags & Water Crossing

It's that time of year again Sno-Moles.

Time to get serious about committing to help at this years' Grass Drags & Water Cross this October 7, 8 & 9th. The NHSA will pay to the club $10.00-$12.00 per hour for every hour our club members work at the drags. The 3 (three) weekends prior to the event are huge set-up weekends. The event itself is big, and getting bigger every year. They NEED the help and are willing to pay the clubs for it. What we would like from our members is their commitment. You can work as much or as little as you'd like. 6 hours one day and cruise the event the rest of the day or 12 hours each day for $360.00 to the club. It adds up an truly helps when it comes time to replace a piece of broken equipment in the middle of the winter.

More information on dates and hours as well as a signup sheet can be found here.  2016 Grass Drags Info   Please help if you can.

NHSA GRASS DRAGS SITE

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Monthly Meetings

Hello,

Our monthly meetings will begin for the 2016-17 season on Tuesday, September 13th at the Woodbound Inn. Although attendance was not terrible last year, we sure would like to see some more faces at our monthly meetings. Join us if you can.  Dates and times can be found on our calendar. ***NOTICE*** Meeting locations may change as we are trying to work out an alternating schedule between the Woodbound and Emma's. We'll post any changes.

Hope to see you there,

Monadnock Sno-Moles

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2017 Reciprocal Weekend

January 27th - 29th, 2017 is the Tri-State Reciprocity Weekend this season.

All snowmobiles legally registered in New Hampshire will be able to operate in Maine and Vermont during the reciprocal weekend. All Maine and Vermont snowmobile laws and rules must be complied with, including the Vermont mandatory liability insurance and youth requirements, etc.

For information on snowmobiling rules in Vermont, visit: Vermont Association of Snow Travelers

For information on snowmobiling in Maine, visit: Snowmobile Maine

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