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Old 10-28-2014, 01:39 PM   #1
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Hello Everyone!

Put Saturday, November 8th on your calendar for our 1st Dinner of the season!!! Please take note, has been changed from Nov. 1st. This is a great time to catch up with other members and discuss the great events we have coming up this season! We always welcome new ideas and input from our members. The theme for the dinner will be Italian with lots of yummy options. (For those of you that are gluten-free or vegetarian there will be plenty of options!) Our dinners are always a fun time with lots of yummy food! We will be doing potluck for salads, appetizers and desserts. Cocktails are BYOB, but bottled water and soda will be provided by the Club. RSVPs would be appreciated so I know what you are bringing and for how many to cook! That way we have lots of variety…


Snowmobile Club Italian Dinner
At Suissevale
Saturday, November 8, 2014
5:30 – 6:30 Cocktails and Appetizers(BYOB)
6:30 – 8:30 Dinner and Dessert

Members and their families & friends are welcome. There is no charge for this event, but donations for Trail Maintenance are welcome. RSVP is not necessary, but would be helpful. If you haven’t been to one of our Dinners, you are missing out on a GREAT time! For questions, or if you would like to help out, feel free to contact Cathy.

Hope to see you all on the 8th!
Cathy Erving
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MoultonboroSMC@gmail.com
603-630-3333

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Old 11-01-2014, 08:43 AM   #2
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Snowmobile Club Italian Dinner
At Suissevale
Saturday, November 8, 2014
5:30 – 6:30 Cocktails and Appetizers(BYOB)
6:30 – 8:30 Dinner and Dessert

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Old 11-10-2014, 03:01 PM   #3
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Thanks to Cathy Erving and her elves in the kitchen that made dinner for the 55 or 60 people that attended our opening dinner!

We had our new JD Gator there for members to check out. It was great seeing some of you there!

John Harrington, President MSC
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Hi Everyone,
I'm a non snowmobiler for now, but enjoy reading with those who are. The pics are great to see too.
I think it's great to have the club at Suissevale, we have a house there. I am wondering what it's like in Suissevale in the winter? Are there trails within Suissevale to get around to the main trails or do sleds drive up the side of the roads?
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Hi Everyone,
I'm a non snowmobiler for now, but enjoy reading with those who are. The pics are great to see too.
I think it's great to have the club at Suissevale, we have a house there. I am wondering what it's like in Suissevale in the winter? Are there trails within Suissevale to get around to the main trails or do sleds drive up the side of the roads?
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There are two ways to get onto the trail system in Suissevale. Corridor 15 goes through Suissevale near Ambrose Cove. There is also a feeder trail off Summersport.

There is always the lake to get on the trails too. Regardless, you will likely need to ride the side of the road to get to those points.

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Thanks to Cathy Erving and her elves in the kitchen that made dinner for the 55 or 60 people that attended our opening dinner!

We had our new JD Gator there for members to check out. It was great seeing some of you there!

John Harrington, President MSC

John, Cathy, and everyone else that helped, Great Job!!!!!!!!!!!!

Unbelievable Turnout !!!!!!!!! It may be a RECORD attendance for a First of the year Meeting.

I have several pics of the GATOR for those who were not at the meeting. I saw the Gator and the new Drag myself at the Garage Saturday morning. It is an impressive combination of Grooming Equipment. The pics do not do it justice.

John,

I hope you gave it a Bath before you took it to the Meeting?

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Sorry no pic of the Drag. Any one have one please post.
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Thanks George- I got it dirty, but Pete cleaned it! The drag is 6.5'X10' and weighs approx 750 lbs.

We paid cash for the entire set-up with no Grant In Aid assistance from the State. Thank you to those that have supported us and contributed over the years to allow this!

John


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