Hi all ~ Dot and I spent all day yesterday cleaning out culverts and removing trees from the trails. We’re hoping for some help this coming Sat., 5/25 – looking to assemble some crews from 8 – 12. The 4/15 flooding left the trails a mess so we have a lot of work to do in these off months to prepare for next season. If you have any time during the week to help, that’s great too as Dot is out every day doing what she can to maintain the trails and what she accomplishes is a LOT. Thanks to you landowners who took down the trail markers and left them in a pile for us. That helped us a lot!! Thanks all!
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Please join us on Thursday evening for our club meeting at the Clear. Come at 6p if you care to join others for dinner prior to the meeting. We’ll be looking for volunteers to attend the VAST workshop on Sat., 5/18 as well trail maintenance crews during these ‘off’ months. This recent flooding was brutal in spots. Remember, the work we do now helps better our bridges/trails for better riding in the winter.
Thank you to all who were able to attend and support our dinner last week. We had a great time, won lots of great prizes and had an opportunity to thank the landowner’s for allowing us usage of their property for riding.
We’d like to take an opportunity to thank these local businesses for their generosity in offering a door/raffle prize for our event (in no special order):
Baker Distributing, Swiss Farm, Colton Enterprises, CV Oil, Rumanto’s, Choice’s, Moguls, The Original General Store (Pittsfield), Clear River Tavern, Pristine Mt. Springs, Goodrow Lumber, Central VT Cycle, Conant Sports, Toziers, Pete’s Pro Shop, Spencer’s Auto, Black Dog Sports, Long Trail Brewery, VT Snowmobile Tours, Mt. Outfitters, Deb’s, Sushi Yoshi, Griff’s Greenhouse, and The Garlic
Please let us know of your interest in attending ~ we are forming a group.
2019 Spring Construction Seminar Saturday, May 18 Barre Auditorium,16 Auditorium Hill, Barre, VT 05641 8–8:30 am: REGISTRATION Coffee & Donuts 8:30–8:45 am: INTRO 8:45–9:15 am MEMBERSHIP/BUDGET DISCUSSION/QUESTIONS AGENDA 9:15–9:30 am: BREAK 9:30–11:45 am: TRAILS DISCUSSION • Trail Signing • Grant-In-Aid Paperwork – Debrushing, Construction, Equipment • Understanding Grooming Contracts Groomer Fleet Consolidation 11:45–12 pm: QUESTIONS/SUMMARY 12 pm: CHICKEN BBQ 1–3 pm: SPECIAL MAY TRAILS COMMITTEE MEETING Mandatory attendance for Grant-In-Aid Funding! No Make-ups available! One member minimum from your club MUST attend if you will be applying for Grant-In-Aid.
Thank you to all of you who’ve been able to volunteer some time to keep our trails as good as they are – in all seasons.
We are currently planning our annual Landowner’s Dinner. Without our landowner’s, we certainly wouldn’t have the miles of wonderful VT riding that we do. Please take a minute to look at this link and think about how lucky we are to have what we do. We’ll have a raffle as well as a great dinner.
This year our Annual Landowners’ Dinner will be held at:
The Clear River Inn & Tavern on Route 100 in Pittsfield,
On SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 2019.
Happy hour will start at 5:30.
A buffet dinner will be served at 6 PM.
The dinner will cost $15.00/adults and $6.00/child age 12 and under. There
will be prizes raffled off throughout the evening.
If you plan on attending please RSVP before SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 2019.
You can call Dot Williamson at (802) 746-8189 or e-mail email@example.com to
reserve your place for this dinner.
Please come and enjoy a festive evening together. We look forward to
seeing you there!
Tweed Valley Travelers Snowmobile Club
…WINTER STORM WATCH NOW IN EFFECT FROM LATE TONIGHT THROUGH SATURDAY MORNING… * WHAT…HEAVY SNOW POSSIBLE. TOTAL SNOW ACCUMULATIONS OF 6 TO 10 INCHES WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS POSSIBLE. WINDS COULD GUST AS HIGH AS 35 MPH. * WHERE…THE WESTERN SLOPES OF THE GREEN MOUNTAINS, AS WELL AS PORTIONS OF NORTHEASTERN VERMONT. * WHEN…FROM LATE TONIGHT THROUGH SATURDAY MORNING. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS…TRAVEL COULD BE VERY DIFFICULT TO HAZARDOUS AND MAY IMPACT THE MORNING AND EVENING COMMUTES ON FRIDAY. STRONG AND GUSTY WINDS FRIDAY NIGHT COULD LEAD TO SCATTERED TREE DAMAGE AND ISOLATED POWER OUTAGES.