b'Club Newsclub has worked too hard to keep trailssnowmobile trails are available in our open. clubs network. Please be respectful Be careful when riding!Please take theand dont hesitate to thank landowners time to move any branches, or otherfor what they allow us to enjoy. Ride items that may affect the trail.Everysafe, ride right, follow the arrows, and little bit helps to keep our trails safe! have fun!John Plante, DirectorBruce Binnix, Director Like us on Facebook ezridersvt.com Like us on FacebookWINDHAM WINDSORCOUNTY COUNTYStan and Pam Butler display their medals to represent the 2019 VAST Club of the Year, Barnard Mountainviewers. Jacksonville EZ-Riders Andover Mountaineer Snow Riders you have done for this club and look Trails arent quite open, but theyforward to you both remaining key We wish everyone a happy anddo have some snow on them, andmembers. healthy New Year. It has been ahopefully more will fall soon!Snow is fallingbut so is the rain, challenging snowmobile season so far!Meanwhile the club has been busywhich is really delaying the good Weve had wet trail conditions, highimproving trails and signageand,riding this season. In the meantime, winds, and a lack of substantial snow.of course, theres the never-endingour groomer operators and volunteers A special thank you goes out togroomer maintenance. have been preparing for the season our small, but mighty, volunteerOur annual Pasta Dinner and Blindto get our trails ready for your riding maintenance group who worked longAuction was a blast as always. Evenpleasure. hours to get our trails in great shapethough the weather gave us rain, theOur first Trailside Cookout will at the start of the season. Due to thecrowd, food and auction kept us warmbe held Feb. 22 starting at 11 a.m. weather, our trails were plagued withalong with a great conversation withat the Beaver Ponds in Barnard downed trees and debris, but ourOfficer Sherwood of Vermont FishChateauguay. This is a ride-in and dedicated volunteers are still hard atand Wildlife, who patrols our area ofcookout with games and good work keeping our trails in good shape.snowmobile paradise.company. Food and drink will be for More volunteers are always neededPlease keep up to date with us viasale to support our club. and appreciated. Please considerFacebook and we are always availableThank you, landowners! helping. on the old-style phone call. ThinkSnowmobiling and having access Our groomer is ready to go and is justsnow, ride safe and we will see you onto beautiful parts of our town with waiting for more snow. Hopefullythe trails soon! many amazing views would not be we will be out on the trails very soon.Nicholas Baker, Presidentpossible without the support of our Think snow! Like us on Facebook landowners. Riders, please respect We are looking forward to the 22ndthis privilege and be responsible. Annual Whitingham Vermont MapleJoin us! We meet monthly on the first Festival this year. The 2020 weekendWednesday of every month at 6:30 is March 21-22, with many activitiesp.m. at the Barnard fire station. We are offered. Check their website andlooking forward to a snowy winter to Facebook for listings. Please join the EZget out and ride. We hope you enjoy Riders at our annual Pancake BreakfastBarnard Mountainviewers our trails! on March 22 from 7 to 10 a.m. at theJoin our Facebook group by searching Municipal Center in Jacksonville. WeThank you, Stan and Pam! Thefor Barnard Mountainviewers would love to see you there for greatBarnard MountainviewersSnowmobile Club or find us on the food and good conversation. If youSnowmobile Club extend our sincereVAST website for the most up-to-date would like to help with the breakfast,gratitude to Stan and Pam Butler,information.there is always room in the kitchen.our past president and past secretary. Thanks to the generosity of ourYour time, devotion and leadershipKaleigh Rhoades, Secretary landowners, more than 65 miles ofof our club the past 15 years has beenvtvast.org/barnard-mountain-viewers.html immeasurable. We appreciate allLike us on Facebook26 | Snowmobile VERMONT'