March 2017 Newsletter

March 2017 Newsletter

Making Tracks In Manitoba

The first annual "Making Tracks" snowmobile ride was hosted by Snoman to introduce MLAs to snowmobiling and enjoy Manitoba's beautiful scenery! During the ride, the group enjoyed a lunch at Birds Hill Park Shelter. We were also joined by the RCMP to ensure a safe ride.

Thank you to Enns Brothers for providing snowmobiles for our guests to ride and to Lance Thomson (official photographer for the Winnipeg Jets 2011-15) for joining us and taking great photos for us to share! Snoman partnered with member club Springfield Pathfinders and with Bird's Hill Park to make the day a success.

Pictured above: RCMP Corporal Terry Sundell, Snoman Vice-President Tonya Kemball, Snoman Treasurer Albert Wyborn, MLA Shannon Martin - Morris, MLA James Teitsma, Sustainable Development Minister Cathy Cox - Province of MB, Snoman President Alan Butler, Snoman Executive Director Yvonne Rideout, MLA Andrew Smith - Southdale, MLA Greg Nesbitt - Riding Mountain, Snoman member Wayne Lambert - Springfield Pathfinders, MLA Wayne Ewasko - Lac du Bonnet, RCMP Constable Andrew Briscoe.

           

Snoman loves "I Love to Read" Month!

This past February, Snoman volunteered twice at Springfield Heights School to show that no matter how big or small you are, reading is always fun! The books selected for reading were "Deep Snow" by Robert Munsch, and "A Day on The Trails" by Big Daddy Tazz and published by Snoman.

We look forward to next year's "I Love to Read" Month!


Winner's Choice Raffle

And the winner is... Darren Blatz! He chose the $10,000 cash prize option.

Congratulations, Darren!

           

THANK YOU!

Snoman would like to extend another big thank-you to all of the clubs who participated in the Free Ride Weekend. Your time and help made all the difference in ensuring that the weekend was a success!

Pictured left, top and bottom: Eastman Snopals, and pictured right: Thunder and Ice Snowmobile Club. Not Pictured: Whiteshell Snowmobile Club, Tri-Lake Trail Busters and Thompson Trailbreakers.


The Clock Is Ticking!

Have you taken any amazing snowmobiling pictures lately? If so, the Sled 'N Snap contest encourages you to send them in for a chance to win an Aluma 2-place aluminum tilt trailer. With five different photo categories, there's plenty of opportunities to win. What are you waiting for? Hop on your sled and get snappin'!

Click here for contest rules and regulations, and here to see photos that have been entered so far.