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15 hours ago

Meeting. Tuesday Dec 11th 7 pm
Tourist Hotel, Seven Sisters
All are welcome to attend.
Come at 6pm for the social hour and optional dinner.
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1 day ago

SnoPals float in the Whitemouth Santa parade. Dennis and his grad son “rode” their machines and gave out the candy treats. THANKS guys ! ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

The season is close when the KIOSKs get put on the trail.
Maps. Fuel locations. Emergency Info
Stop to read them when you get on the trail.
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1 week ago

Congratulation Bob - the 50/50 winner tonight at the Tourist Hotel took home $365

Thanks to all who supported the Eastman SnoPals.

See you next Friday night.
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2 weeks ago

Looking for the last minute CHRISTMAS gift. We have some great looking hats and golf shirts.
Hats $25
Golf Shirts $35
You can order a club FREEZER JACKET for $65
PM to place your order
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2 weeks ago

Look at the new interactive map on SnoMAN site. It is very goodHave you seen the new interactive map on the Snoman website? It's a great new resource to use to enjoy the wonderful trails in Manitoba!

snoman.mb.ca/interactive-map-trail-status.php

#EasternMB #ExploreMB
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2 weeks ago

Come out on Friday. Come early.
Tickets on sale 4-7pm
SnoPALS will be selling 50/50 too.
Last week 50/50 was $310Congrats to Brian Howie for winning the consolation prize of $535.55 last Friday in Seven Sisters at Chase the Ace!

This weeks Jackpot - $20,466.97 -

7 cards left
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2 weeks ago

Another happy 50/50 winner at the Tourist hotel tonight. Congratulations Shelly on your $310 prize

See you next Friday night. Come out and try your luck !!

Thanks for supporting the SnoPALS
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2 weeks ago

Every year, RCMP officers are called to scenes where snowmobilers have been badly injured or have lost their lives. Last year, six Manitobans died in snowmobile collisions. This year, we want everyone to ride safe while enjoying the outdoors so they make it home safely to their families.

Here are some tips to help keep snowmobilers safe this winter:

• Know your abilities and ride within your limits. This will allow you to always be in control of your snowmobile.

• Always check the weather conditions before you leave.

• Always ride in groups and let people know where you’re going, the route you will be taking, and when you expect to return.

• Always wear protective clothing, including a helmet, gloves, and eye protection. Wear layers of clothing to keep warm and dry.

• When possible, avoid crossing bodies of water. If you are crossing bodies of water, be cautious of ice thickness, never ride in single file, and wear a life jacket over your outer clothing.

• Ride sober. Don't drink or consume drugs before or while snowmobiling.
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3 weeks ago

Drop by the TOURIST hotel Friday night.
Try your luck with Chase the Ace or support the SNOPALS with 50/50
See you at the Tourist!!This weekend in Seven Sisters!
Chase the Ace - Friday, with a Jackpot of $19,395.89 and Craft Sale - Saturday!
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3 weeks ago

Friday nights 50/50 winner at the Tourist hotel
Congratulations Dave!! $352.50
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3 weeks ago

Support SnoPALS at the Craft show in Lac du Bonnet all day Saturday ... 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.