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Proudly maintaining snowmobile trails in northern Oneida County, New York, including north Rome, Western,
Hawkins Corners, Lee Center, Stokes Corners, West Branch, Point Rock, Ava and into West Leyden.


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President: Bob Spindler
VP: Andy Lim
Secretary: Millie Piersall
Treasurer: Dave Peer

Another snowmobile season is around the corner. It is time to renew your club membership, get your voucher and register your sleds so you will be ready to hit the trails when they open.

2016-2017 club dues are $30.00. Of this, clubs get $24.00, NYSSA gets $5.00, and $1.00 goes to SLEDNY, an arm of NYSSA whose purpose is to promote snowmobiling safety and provides tax exempt status for NYSSA sponsored events. Club renewals can be done online for those who wish to pay with a credit card at our site “Join the Club” page or at the NYSSA site, Additionally, if you wish to pay by check, you may print out a membership application from the club’s website and mail it along with your check to the address shown above.

Three bridges on our trail system were completely re-decked this summer. They include the bridge on Trail C4I on state land towards Point Rock, Trail C7 near Beartown Road area, and Trail C7D near the Camroden Road. Also, the approaches to a bridge on C4A were improved.

The free snowmobile safety course will again be offered to youth ages ten and above. This will be given in two sessions on 2 and 3 December at the Lee Town Hall, Stokes-Lee Center Road, Lee Center, NY. Course instructor John Beggs can be reached at (315)337-0359 for more information. It is not too early to register, and adults are welcome.

Be sure to visit the club website,, and check us out on   to keep updated. Once grooming starts, updated reports will be posted regarding trail conditions.

Club meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month, August to April, at 7:30 pm at the Lee Town Hall. Attendance at these meetings is low. Your support is needed to keep your club an active organization. Too many tasks are being performed by only a handful of volunteers. Your active participation is desperately needed now, more than ever, to keep the trails open and this club alive. Mark your calendars and make the effort to attend meetings to support your club. The meeting dates are:

11 October – *8 November* – 13 December – 10 January – 14 February – 14 March – 11 April

* The November meeting only will be held at the Back 9 Restaurant on Turin Road *

Looking forward to your membership renewals and active participation!

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