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Please let us know if you can come out and meet your fellow volunteers.
If you have questions, or can help us, please contact us at or signup for our mailing list.
We look forward to hearing back from hopefully a few of you. Thank you.
It takes a great deal of volunteer effort to keep your trails in shape and make your club a success.
Trail permit dollars pay the cost of running the large industrial grooming machines.
Local volunteers operate the smaller snowmobile groomers, and do all the rest of the work, including organizing, trail clearing, lake-staking, working with landowners, fund raising, etc.
These accomplishments were achieved by volunteers like you. Whether you can contribute part of a day, or part of several days, please contact us by email.
Email for Volunteers:

Activities for Volunteers include:

Trail Work

October – March: Be part of a team that maintains a section of trail (brushing trees and shrubs, repairing bridges and culverts, checking and maintaining signage).
January and March: Be part of a team to install and remove lake stakes.

Trail Signage

Install and maintain OFSC prescribed signage prior to trail opening. Become a signage expert and help train others.

Event Organizing and Operating

Help organize and operate a club fundraiser or social event, such as Poker run, Xmas gathering and the Fish derby.

Volunteer recognition

Volunteer Of The Year:

2021 -  Ron Wilks

2022 - John Shabatura

The Scott Hayden Award:

2021 - Fran Gower

2022 - Gary and Lynn Logan

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