Snowmobiling Sunday! is set for Sunday, Jan 24. Local snowmobilers can join members of the Rural Cass Snowmobile Club at the club’s warming house for a bonfire, plus hot chocolate and hot dogs roasted on the fire. All ages welcome.
If you want to ride out to the club with a group, feel free to meet at 1 PM at any of the following locations:
- Tesoro in Casselton
- Gordy’s in Mapleton
- Cenex in Harwood
A new benefit of joining the Rural Cass Snowmobile Club is reimbursement for the Youth Safety Class. This adjustment to club membership was approved at the December 2015 meeting of the club.
If a member of your family takes the class in 2015 0r 2016, just submit a copy of the cancelled check or some other proof of payment and the fee for the class will be reimburse to you. (Family must be an active member that year of the club.)
Rural Cass Snowmobile Club is asking you to renew your club membership for the 2015/2016 snowmobiling season. Please keep in mind that your membership helps keep more than 100 miles of groomed snowmobile trails available in rural Cass County.
If you were a member last year, thank you. We appreciate your help to keep the trails running. If you forgot to renew your membership, this would be a great time to renew it. Here is a link to the membership application.
Troy Klevgard of Casselton was elected President of Snowmobile North Dakota at the organization’s annual convention on Dec 4.
Brent Haugen of Argusville joined the board, as well, as a member representing the local snowmobiling clubs in the area. Two other club members, Jeff and Joanne Seifert of Casselton, also currently serve on the Snowmobile North Dakota board.
All Rural Cass Snowmobile Club members are encouraged to meet at 8:30 AM on Saturday, Nov. 21 at Gordy’s in Mapleton to help with snowmobile trail signing. The goal is to get about 35-40 miles done on Saturday.
NDSU Farmhouse Fraternity also will be helping with the signing. Help is needed in both signing and in driving. If you can help, be sure to meet on Saturday morning.