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WELCOME TO THE WOODFORD SNOBUSTERS SNOWMOBILE CLUB

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Are you creative?

The Woodford SnoBusters  will be holding a Logo contest

We are looking to update our logo- The winner will get a TMA for next winter-

Get your thinking caps on- Details coming soon


Online TMA’s are available now HERE

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Available for Download and submit by Mail HERE

 

 

 


Join us January 14th for some Spaghetti

Details HERE

Cancelled due to lack of snow- New date TBA

 


 

 

Annual Special People ride to be held February 11th-

For details & to register click HERE 


                                              Our annual charity Hot Dog Roast will be February 18th-

                                                                 Click HERE for details

 


The Woodford SnoBusters would like to thank Bill Garrison from the Green Mountain National Forrest for his dedication, stewardship, and career long commitment to maintaining and improving access to our Forrest. We all wish Bill the best in the next chapter of his life!

Several members of the SnoBusters presented Bill with a plaque, thanking him for his service and wishing him well in his retirement, recently at a Green Mountain National Forrest Meeting.

Members from other snowmobile clubs and user groups were also present

 

 

Mother Nature must not like Spaghetti! Due to the recent rain and warm weather it is not recommended to ride the trails, therefore, the SnoBusters will postpone our Spaghetti ride-In that had been scheduled for tomorrow, until a future date TBD. Think Snow! ...

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This is the snowmobile community that we all know and love! Good job guys! ...

Derby-1/10/17-Club Volunteers Help Man in Motor Vehicle Accident. Last night Groomer Operator Roger Gosselin and President Michael Koehler were grooming to local businesses in Derby when they came upon a motor vehicle into a light pole in the Shaw's Supermarket parking lot. While passing by in the groomer it was determined that the gentleman was unable to get out of his vehicle due to a medical event. Using the club tree trimmers the window was breached, access was gained into the vehicle, and the vehicle was made safe by placing it in park and shutting off the ignition. The two rendered aid until emergency services arrived. We would like to thank Derby Line Fire Department, Derby Line Ambulance, and Vermont State Police for a quick response to the scene to further assist with helping the gentleman.

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