Monday, March 25, 2013
The Moose Mountain Snowmobile Club Inc. Annual General Meeting will take place Wednesday March 27th, 8:00pm at the Kenosee Inn. All positions are up for Election. You must have a current membership to vote. Please attend if you would like to join the board. We need more people to come forward and help out.
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
There has never been a better time to Ride the Moose. All trails were groomed last week also some grooming will start again tomorrow. There is a packed base of 12-24 inches on most trails outside the park and off trail in the park there is at least three feet or more in most places. Our weather forecast is showing below freezing temperatures well into next weekend. Our trails will close for sure on March 31st. There could be some hazzards in the ditches going in and out of the different communities as the towns and RM's clear culverts and drainage areas.
The Moose Mountain Snowmobile Club has two director openings in the club for this comings elections. Carlyle has an opening as does Stoughton. Please come forward and represent your community if you can attend one or two meetings a year. You are basically a community liason for the trail system. No canvasing for money is needed. Someone who could spend some time with trail maintanence or anything club related would be excellent. Please contact any board member or post on here. Next meeting and general elections will be at the Kenosee Inn March 27th at 8pm.
Thursday, March 7, 2013
Greeting snowmobilers.......Many Trails were groomed wednesday including 311A Kisbey to Arcola, Arcola to the Park on 311J, Boundary from Bennett(311J) to 311G Stevenson trail, South on 311G & F to Carlyle. Carlyle to Arcola will be done in the next 24 hours. Kisbey to Stoughton will also get groomed up before the weekend. In the North Kipling 311B South to 311D to Corning 311A up to Windthorst was also done on Wednesday. Windthorst North to the Silver Bullet will be done later today/Tonight. Watch for Groomers on the trail as there could be three out getting this new snow into shape. Enjoy the trails this weekend as they make it easier to find your favorite deep snow play areas. Be aware that the sloughs in the park (off trail) will be extremely deep and they do have water under the snow. At least a foot of slush on many. Please post your sledding pictures to our facebook.