An independent trail report
Grass Drag & Show Schedules:
Visit our other local clubs:
Franklinville Snowmobile Club
and Chautauqua clubs
Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday April 12th
Egg Hunt 2:00 pm
Friday May 9th
at the Firehall
Saturday May 10th
We all had a great
time. Thanks to all
who came out and
to my helpers
Brian, Patrick, Doug
Rodger and others!
1 st Monday
Shawnee Fire Company
Take a friend snowmobiling on TV!
SnowtrailsTV is an award-winning reality series documenting the snowmobile experience across north america as Video Mike hosts and videotapes from the driverís seat.
2012 Officers, Board and Coordinators
President: Brent Walck, 523-2320
Vice-President: Gary Broderick, 731-1719
Secretary: Dave Ackerman, 949-6730
Treasurer: Mark Stevens
Trail Treasurer: Lonnie Daigler
Directors: Jim Biehls, 625-6834
Doug Caldwell, 523-6653
Dave Fricano, 417-6330
Trail Coordinator: Pete Fleckenstein, 791-8609
Groomer Scheduler, Paul Pryor
Groomer Barn Manager/Coordinator: Herb Stephenson, 523-1242
November 2012 newsletter
Sno Chiefs newsletter is online
Herb was elected to be the groomer barn Manager. Please see herb if you are volunteering for any of the upcoming work parties. If you want an email to write to use field_days_signup @snochiefs.net and specify what you can volunteer for. Herb 523-1242
--We had a Rescue Exercise on January 22nd, 2009.
This is an annual exercise that benefits the Shawnee Fire
Company (practice) and the Club/Snowmobilers .
Rescue Pictures HERE.
new place for the forum hyperlink so maybe some of you will read the home page.
Online Membership for Vouchers
Snowmobile registration voucher's will be available at our next meeting or sign up online. All paid members will receive a voucher for your renewal.
The Shawnee Sno-Chiefs Snowmobile Club, Inc., a member of the New York State Snowmobile Association, serves the Niagara County Region including the towns of Lewiston, Cambria, Niagara, Pekin, Ransomville. Sanborn, and Wheatfield. We work in cooperation with other clubs in the region to interconnect our trails.
Our goals are to have fun enjoying our sport while promoting safety and responsibility. Virtually all of our trails are on private property; we work throughout the year with landowners, addressing their concerns and working to place trails to have a minimal impact on farm crops. No wheeled vehicles (ATV’s) are allowed on our trails at any time, based on landowners’ requests.
We also work very closely with local law enforcement to ensure that all sleds on the trails are doing so legally. If you’re not sure about what you need, please view the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles requirements. Insurance and registration are much cheaper than any ticket!
Our trails are groomed with 2 club owned groomers and drags when conditions permit. The club has also donated a sled and half the cost of an emergency trailer to the Shawnee Volunteer Fire Company for use in the event of a requirement for a trail rescue. We participate in rescue exercises with the fire company.
We also hold a New York State Snowmobile Certification Course annually. Several members are N. Y. State Certified Instructors. Any child between the ages of 10 and 18 may ride the trails as long as they’ve participated in a snowmobile safety course and are accompanied by an adult.
We meet the first Monday of each month (August through March) at the Shawnee Fire Company: 3747 Lockport Road, Shawnee (Sanborn), NY 14132. The meetings are at 7:30 p.m. Please feel free to join us!