Monthly Archives: October 2011

Snowmobile North Dakota publishes annual report

The 2010-2011 annual report for Snowmobile North Dakota has been published. This report highlights actions by the SND board of directors over the last year, discusses grooming equipment across the state, and outlines how funding is used by each of the trail associations in ND.

SND annual report 2010-2011

New warming house under construction

Work is underway on a new warming house for the Rural Cass Snowmobile Club. This new warming house is 16 x 20 feet and will be located along the northern edge of the rural Cass trail, about seven miles east of Arthur. It is only accessibly by snowmobile.

Club members are planning a grand opening for the new warming house later this year. Watch the club website for further details.

A huge thanks to the volunteers that helped construct the new warming house, including Troy, Sheila, Derek and Jared Klevgard, Casselton; Keith and Bette Blixt, Gardner; Greg Strommen, Fargo, Todd McMichael, Fargo and Char Gust, Casselton.

The materials for the warming house will be about $4,000. If you want to make a donation to help pay for constructions costs, please send your donations to Rural Cass Snowmobile Club, PO Box 28, Casselton, ND 58012.

Volunteers logging many hours on local snowmobile trails

Volunteers are the secret to the success of the Rural Cass Snowmobile Club. We’ve estimated that nearly 830 volunteer hours annually in 2010/2011 helped make our club a strong asset to Snowmobile North Dakota.

Having an active club helps drive the number up, with club meetings and state convention high in the list, but also note that posting, maintaining and removing trail signs is a significant volunteer effort.

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