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2 days ago

Club meeting
Tuesday Oct 16th. Tourist Hotel in Seven Sister
6:30pm Strategic Planning II review
7:00pm general meeting
Come and pick up your 2019 membership and WINNERS CHOICE raffle tickets to sell in support of your SnoPals
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2 weeks ago

SnoPALS meeting
Tuesday Oct 16th.
TOURIST HOTEL Seven Sisters, Mb
6:30 -Strategic Planning Review
Regular meeting to follow
ALL ARE WELCOME
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3 weeks ago

New look for Agassiz shelter. Thanks to GENTEC and A. HOPE CONSTRUCTION for the donations of materials and thanks to the crew of Dennis, Don, Fred and Gareth for the great job in the rain. ... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

Agassiz Siding Project - looking for volunteers

Saturday September 22nd. Meet at the shelter at 10am. You can drive your truck / ATV to the shelter on trails 761 to 763.

PM to let me know you are coming so we have enough lunch for everyone.
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1 month ago

Hey club members...... watch your calendars. We are doing a siding project at Agassiz shelter this fall.
They might be able to steal our solar panel but they cant steal our club spirit.
Members and club friends are welcome to come give us a hand. BBQ lunch supplied.
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2 months ago

STV - Snowmobiler TV
Farmers almanac is out! Getting closer to the best time of the year..#snowmobile #bringonwinter #passion #winter #powder #snow #powersports #sled #onsnow #snowmobilertv #arcticcat #flyracing #scottsports Arctic Cat - Snowmobiles Fly Racing Scott Sports Canada
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2 months ago

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2 months ago

OVER THE SUMMER SOMEONE STOLE THE SOLAR PANEL OFF THE ROOF AND THE BATTERY AND CONTROLLER FROM OUR AGASSIZ SHELTER near Milner Ridge on trail 763.

If anyone has information on the person(s) who did this please email the information to me at INFO@EASTMANSNOPALS.CA

There was a large debate in our club if we maintain this shelter or take it out as it is very accessible with vehicles during the summer months. 2 years ago We decided to fix it up and install solar lighting.

It is a terrible thing for snowmobilers that one individual can ruin a great shelter for all the shedders who respect it and use it.

It was volunteers who spend several days working on this shelter for the enjoyment and use of others.

It makes one want to QUIT!!
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2 months ago

Bring it on!! P L E A S E ... See MoreSee Less

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3 months ago

Scheuring Speed Sports
Snocross training has officially begun #offroad #aimhigh #ridefox @woodys_traction @evo_powersports @klim @milwaukeetool @amsoilracing @ridex365mag @amsoilinc @pistolpete90 @canam @usairforce @skidooofficial
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4 months ago

For all of you at summer barbecues, and graduation parties ... See MoreSee Less

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5 months ago

As of May 24th the Motorized back country travel ban remains in place ... See MoreSee Less

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5 months ago

Snoman (Snowmobilers of Manitoba) Inc. is pleased that Manitoba Public Insurance has released the highly visible plate for snowmobiles. The colored plate will assist with enforcement for enforcement agencies and is something that Snoman has been asking for.

“This is certainly a positive step and will help with providing more recognition for Snopass holders on the trail network,” said Alan Butler, President. “Whether you’re using the trails or accessing a shelter, our volunteer clubs pay for the maintenance and upkeep and it is important that all who use these services contribute.”

To read the complete press release, please visit www.snoman.mb.ca
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5 months ago

Reminder to all residents as of 8 May 2018

ALL FIRES ARE PROHIBITED

ALL FIRE PITS ARE PROHIBITED

ALL MOTORIZED BACK COUNTRY TRAVEL IS PROHIBITED
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5 months ago

All MOTORIZED BACK COUNTRY travel is totally restricted without permitUpdate 8 May 2018

Sustainable Development has upgraded the FIRE LEVEL
-OPEN FIRES remain PROHIBITED
-Approved FIRE PITS usage is restricted to after 8 p.m.
-MOTORIZED BACK COUNTRY TRAVEL IS TOTALLY RESTRICTED without permit
-FIREWORKS remain PROHIBITED
- CHINESE LANTERNS remain PROHIBITED

For more information contact Conservation at 204-345-1400 or 204-345-1444
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5 months ago

Share this with our ATV riders.... there is a back country travel ban in place 8am to 8pm due to extreme fire risk ... See MoreSee Less

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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.