Monthly Archives: December 2011
A snowmobile safety class for area youth is planned for this Saturday, Dec 17, from 10am-2pm at Kindred High School.
Youth passing this class are awarded a snowmobile permit that they can use until they reach legal driving age. Students must be 12 years old or older to attend.
Rural Cass Snowmobile Club will hold the December meeting at 7 PM on Tuesday, Dec. 13, at the Pizza Ranch in Casselton.
Topics on the agenda include:
- SnowJam 2012
- Trail grooming plans, including groomer maintenance projects
- New warming house update, including warming house grand opening plans
- Membership drive
Huge thanks go out to the club members that help to get all the miles of the local snowmobile trail signed.
A total of more than 1025 snowmobile trail signs were put in place this year by members of the Rural Cass Snowmobile Club, in order to safely sign the more than 145 miles of snowmobile trails maintained by the club.
A HUGE thank you goes out to the handful of dedicated club members that helped with this large undertaking.
A big shout out goes to the SnowJam 2102 sponsors!
- Happy Trails Tavern, Argusville
- Arthur Cenex, Arthur
- Coaches Corner, Arthur
- First State Bank of ND, Arthur and Casselton
- Kellys Café, Arthur
- Bremer Bank, Casselton
- Farmers Union Insurances, Casselton
- Days Inn of Casselton and Governors Pub, Casselton
- Red Baron Lounge & Pizza Pub, Casselton
- Titan Machinery, Casselton
- Truck Radio station, Casselton
- Vets Club Casselton, Casselton
- Weber Insurance Agency, Casselton
- Davenport Supper Club and Lounge, Davenport
- Cass County Electric, Fargo
- FargoPix.com, Fargo
- McLaughlins, Fargo, along with Arctic Cat
- U Motors, Fargo and Yamaha
- Ultimate Transportation, Fargo
- Wheels, Fargo and Polaris
- Outback Saloon, Georgetown, MN
- Cenex Harwood, Harwood
- Miller’s Hideout, Harwood
- Leonard Convenience
- Hagge’s Bar and Grill, Mapleton
- Klim, Rigby, ID
- All Seasons MotorSports, West Fargo
Webster defines it like this:
snow·mo·bile 1. a motor vehicle with a revolving tread in the rear and d steerable skis in the front, for traveling over snow.
But we know that there are many other names out there in use, especially regionally.
So, tell us, what do you call your snowmobile?