Club News North Lake Nomads Snowmobile Club County Line Snow Busters Waukesha County, Wisconsin By Susan Keel Dane County, Wisconsin By George Minkel Club members Dennis and Wendi Pipkorn, March Birch and Charlotte Powers presented the North Lake Food Pantry with a check for $409 representing a recent accumulation of charitable dollars raised by the North Lake Nomads to help community members in need. Dennis and Wendi Pipkorn are also involved in the Waukesha County Snowmobile Association and not only help with the food pantry, trail maintenance and the county’s scholarship fund but are now heading up an initiative to have all trail intersections marked for emergency rescue operations. The club’s annual St. Patrick’s Day landowners’ party was held at Randy and Cindy Pages barn on Saturday, February 22. Corned beef and cabbage provided by Rookies was served to thank the landowners for giving us the privilege of crossing their lands. The sport of snowmobiling would not exist without the generosity of the landowners. This year, we had a special guest, Miss Snowflake Chelsie Popp, to help thank them personally. The club has about 75 members and supports the 67-mile trail system through Black Earth and Mazomanie. We have 117 landowners on our trial system. Stump Jumpers Medford, Wisconsin By Rick Carstensen Sawyer County Alliance Sawyer County, Wisconsin On Saturday, September 13, the Sawyer County Snowmobile/ATV Alliance will host a one day event at the Sawyer County Fairgrounds to celebrate 30 years of working to create, improve and maintain the more than 600 miles of snowmobile and ATV trails in northwest Wisconsin’s Sawyer County. The 10 snowmobile/ATV clubs that make up the Alliance will be on hand to share their history with the Alliance and offer a variety of food for sale. There will also be a beer tent, swap meet, and music. For the first time in the history of the Alliance, all the trail grooming and maintenance equipment it owns will be on display. The Alliance is the largest single owner of such equipment by a volunteer organization in the world. In addition to new trail grooming and maintenance equipment, there will also be a display of new snowmobiles and ATVs as well as a large collection of vintage snowmobiles. Visitors can also learn about the new snowmobile licensing and trail pass system set to start in 2015. The fairgrounds are located at 14760W County Road B, east of Hayward. Admission is free and gates open to the public at 8 a.m. The event ends at 6 p.m. The swap meet is also free, but space must be reserved in advance. Call 612791-7615 or email firestuffmn@msn.com for details. The Stump Jumpers Snowmobile Club of Medford, est. in 1967, was proud to have a special guest this year at their Poker Run fundraiser, AWSC Miss Snowflake Chelsie Popp, from Tomah. She is shown here (l to r) with Bob Meyer, Taylor County Director for AWSC; Kevin Klemm, Stump Jumpers President and Wally Emmerich, Taylor County Snowmobile Council President. Taylor County has 11 snowmobile clubs that maintain a beautiful 350-mile snowmobile trail system. The clubs invite you to visit Taylor County, enjoy our trails and see what we have to offer! 20 WSN - www.awsc.org