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Latest Ice Team Digital Online Now

Posted on November 26th, 2018 in Offroad News, Sledder Featured Article, Sledder News

This month’s issue of Ice Team is now available for free digital download. Get it now for features including: 

-Plan Your Winter

-You’re Ready – Is your Gear? 



Work for the AWSC

Posted on September 20th, 2018 in Offroad News, Sledder News

Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs Business/Office Manager Position Available, DeForest, Wisconsin

The Business/Officer Manager of this non-profit organization, dedicated to the preservation of snowmobiling throughout the State of Wisconsin, is the legislative voice for Wisconsin’s snowmobilers and snowmobile clubs, is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the office ensuring efficient and effective operations and coordinating all issues affecting the daily operations of the office.  The Business/Office Manager will work under the direction of the AWSC President and Executive Board to ensure the needs of the office and our members are met in a timely manner.


Strong administrative and organizational skills

Demonstrated ability to multi-task, work independently, and meet deadlines

Strong attention to detail

Demonstrated bookkeeping/accounting competence

Commitment to providing outstanding customer service

Strong communication skills (oral and written)

Ability to hire, supervise and direct office staff


Perform all bookkeeping functions using Sage (Peachtree)

Process income, expenses, bank deposits, credit cards transactions, payroll

Manage the office to ensure effective telephone and mail communications both internally and externally and maintain professional image

Insure club membership rosters are updated as received, process snowmobile trail passes

Maintain and update website

Communicate pertinent information to County Directors and Representatives, write monthly article in Wisconsin Snowmobile News, provide reports at board meetings

Work with magazine editor – update mailing list, commercial sponsor list, director/rep list

Maintain office equipment including computers, fax, telephones, etc.

Maintain and replenish office supplies

Assist preparation of documents for Board meetings and other meetings

Secure locations for workshop and convention, handle registration and banquets

Keep office clean and tidy – organize supplies, file paperwork, etc.

Assist President and Executive Board with miscellaneous projects as requested


Knowledge of Peachtree, computers and software applications including Access, Excel, Word, Constant Contact, PowerPoint and Publisher

Knowledge of general bookkeeping and accounting principles

2+ years experience in bookkeeping and office management or equivalent position with similar responsibilities described above preferred

Submit resume to no later than October 8, 2018.

Happy Minnesota Public Lands Day!

Posted on August 31st, 2018 in Offroad News, Sledder News

In recognition of public lands as a resource belonging to all Minnesotans, Gov. Mark Dayton has proclaimed Friday, Aug. 31, Public Lands Day.

The governor’s proclamation affirms these lands, “contribute to the state economy and are the backbone of outdoor recreation and tourism in Minnesota.”

To kick off the Labor Day weekend, a special tribute to the importance of Minnesota’s public lands will take place at the DNR building at the Minnesota State Fair at noon, Friday, Aug. 31. The public is encouraged to attend the celebration. Winners of the DNR’s recent Public Lands Photo Contest will be recognized at the event, along with their photos.

Minnesota’s 5.6 million acres of state lands provide space and access to a wide variety of outdoor experiences.  This network includes trails for snowmobiling, hiking, biking, skiing and off-road motorized use. Hunters and anglers have access to millions of acres of state hunting lands and waters. For others, state lands offer solitude and beautiful spaces for camping, wildlife watching and photography.

The DNR manages not only state parks and trails lands on behalf of the residents of the state but also scientific and natural areas, state forests, wildlife management areas and aquatic management areas. These public lands and how they are managed ensure biodiversity on our landscape, hold space for rare and imperiled species, and maintain native plant communities that filter water and help provide clean air and water.

“The state’s public land base contributes significantly to local economies by supporting timber and mineral production while providing wild places for recreation and tourism, habitat for hundreds of species of fish and wildlife, and important ecological services like clean air and water,” said DNR Commissioner Tom Landwehr.

Every Minnesota county has public land. Counties receive a form of local government aid called payment-in-lieu-of-taxes (or PILT) annually in place of property taxes on 5.6 million acres of state-managed lands and 2.8 million acres of county-managed tax-forfeited lands.

More information about Minnesota’s state-managed public lands and the DNR’s strategic land asset management approach can be found at

Hay Days Program Online Now

It’s here, the official program of the Hay Days Grass Drags! Get it now and get a head start on all the goodness contained within the Official Start to Winter. Inside you’ll find: 

-Vendor Map

-News Nuggets

-How to get there

-So much more…

August-Oh Fest this Weekend

Posted on August 14th, 2018 in Offroad News, Sledder Featured Article

August 14, 2018 – This Saturday and Sunday, August-Oh Fest returns to the Wausau 525 track. Head on over to catch dirt track AMA motorcycle and quad racing, plus tractor and truck pulls. It’s fun for the whole family! Click here for more information.