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2 days ago

OWNER HAS BEEN FOUND

THANKS FIR ALL THE SHARES

Plate found on trail 768 along Riverland Road on the east side of the Winnipeg River.

Produce the registration and we will return it to you.
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6 days ago

SNOPALS 50/50 at the Tourist tonight. Come try your luckTonights Jackpot - $3,164.63 ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

Mark your calendars to RIDE for a great cause ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

.......and the Groomer is out!! ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Our equipment waits for snow.
Our trails are still CLOSED
Ride with extreme CAUTION

You can support our club and volunteers by purchasing your SNOPALS membership on line at EASTMANSNOPALS.ca
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2 weeks ago

Coming this Friday 11th January at the Rennie Hotel! 50/50 tickets also and an evening dinner special. All supporting local community clubs. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

CONGRATULATIONS Karen!!
50/50 winner tonight at The TOURIST
Thanks for supporting the Eastman SnoPals!!
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2 weeks ago

Message from our neighboursWe are working hard to get our trails ready. Our crews will be out signing over the next few days.

Right now, our trails are CLOSED.

While some grooming has been done, there is not enough snow to cover all trails and this increases hazards to snowmobilers on the trails. We will continue to update this site and Snoman regarding trail conditions.

We are all excited and anxious to get this season going. If you’re riding trails that have not opened yet, please do so with caution. You may encounter groomers, volunteers signing and, in some cases, open water.
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2 weeks ago

We are trying hard to get our trials ready but be advised ALL Eastman SnoPals trails are CLOSED.
Ride with extreme caution as there are hazards that the snow has not covered. If you are riding in the swamp areas spread out and pack the trail wide to made the ice thick enough for the groomer when we do get the snow.
THANKS
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2 weeks ago

The Rennie Hotel will be hosting the Goose the Deuce Draw starting Friday, January 11th. Thankyou!

Tickets sold from 5 - 8:15
Draw at 8:30
Lottery Licence #
LGCA 2338-RF-40641
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2 weeks ago

Reminder from SnoMAN. The interactive map on the SnoMan website is NOT working. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

HAPPY NEW YEAR
Our trails are NOT officially open.
There are many rocks and quad ruts that are still hazards. We NEED MORE SNOW.
We have started to put out signs and plan to start to pack in some areas this week.
Ride smart RIDE SAFE. SLOW DOWN
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3 weeks ago

What a great day! Our signing crew cleared and signed trail 62 north of Lac du Bonnet. Thanks Wally Tim and Al. ... See MoreSee Less

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Eastman SnoPals hosts 50/50 draw

The Eastman SnoPals are now hosting a 50/50 draw licenced by the RM of Whitemouth at the Tourist Hotel in Seven Sisters on Friday nights in the beverage room.

On Friday October 19th, the first night of the draw, $360 in tickets were sold and the payout was $180.

The lucky winner was Jason Labady of Seven Sisters

Congratulations Jason!!

Angels In Combat

On behalf of the Angels in Combat, we would like to take the opportunity to thank the following people for all their hard work and participation in the “Eastman SnoPals Inc  & Angel in Combat Poker Derby Fundraiser” for the Beausejour Relay For Life, which was held on February 24th, 2018.

Thank you to the members of Eastman SnoPals Inc who helped make the Poker Derby such a huge success: Rob Tashiro, Fred Senkow,  Don Marion , John Fleming, Al Hope (Agassiz Hut), Wally Sokoliuk, Dave Baleja (Halfway Hut), Dennis Soloway, and Dave Bruderer (Kings Kookout Hut) for volunteering to work at the huts selling the cards and keeping the fires going for the riders to warm up, and for grooming the trail and adding the directional arrows, the weather was perfect and the trails were awesome.

When the Angels in Combat initially approached the Eastman SnoPals to partner with us to hold a Poker Derby as a fundraiser for The Relay For Life; Eastman SnoPals Inc were very gracious in agreeing to donate all funds to Relay For Life.  A very special thank you to Eastman SnoPals for their generosity, $1132.50 will be donated directly to Beausejour Relay For Life.

The Poker Derby started at Watertown in Lac du Bonnet and traveled to Agassiz Hut, Halfway Hut, Seven Sisters Community Center and King’s Kookout Hut. We had 68 registered riders, and 233 hands were sold.

Thank you to all the riders and participants for joining us and Congratulations to the Winners:

1st Place – Laurie Lacroix

2nd Place – Cole Vickery

3rd Place – Gil Gauthier (Gil kindly donated his winnings back to Angels in Combat Fundraiser)

50/50 – Jean Lishchynski

We would also like to thank Watertown Inc., Jay, Emma, Gerry and Ron for rearranging your showroom and allowing us to use your site for registration.

Also thank you to the Seven Sisters Community Club for allowing us to use their site as a card stop.  Special thanks to Marilyn Ruta and Grit McLean for providing the delicious hot lunch for all riders and participants.

We are overwhelmed with the amount of support we have received and look forward to another poker derby next year.

Beausejour Relay For Life will be held on Friday, June 15th, 2018 starting at 6 pm.  All are welcome to attend; more information will be coming in the very near future.

Thank you, Angels In Combat, Relay For Life.