Hadley Snowmobile Club: 2015 Club of the Year
Published on April 8, 2015 in Awards, News & Updates
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Hadley Snowmobile Club, 2015 SAM Snowmobile Club of the Year

This club is on the move!

They have done an astonishing amount of work and networking to make snowmobiling grow as a whole in their community and our state.

Ending last season with a measly 33 members and only 2-4 active members, they have grown this year to over 110 members with 25-plus showing up to meetings and helping with the club duties.

The Hadley Snowmobile Club raised enough money through trail pass sales and raffles to help purchase their very first snow groomer for next season!

They always attend and participate in SAM monthly meetings and were active at the Sled Expo. They understand the benefits of connecting with others in social media and how to use it to promote snowmobiling.

They are particularly proud of their participation in SAM’s Toys for Tots charity this year. They went the extra mile.

Their trail system has vastly improved and they are actively working with local businesses to help bring business to them via snowmobile traffic and support the local economy in the winter months.

As stated above, this club is on the move.

2015 snowmobile club of the year award

Details From The Nomination

Association Participation:
This club has done a astonishing amount of work and networking to make snowmobiling grow as a whole in their community and state. Ending last season with a measly 33 members and maybe 2-4 active members they have grown this year to over 110 members with 25 plus members showing up to meetings and helping with the club duties. Raising money through pass sales and raffles at every club meeting to help purchase our very first snow groomer for next season!

Charity and Promoting Snowmobiling:
Always networking with SAM via social media and word of mouth.

This year our club donated the biggest bag of toys to SAM’s Toys for Tots charity for the holidays. For each club member who donated a toy we gave them a free raffle ticket toward a prize we supplied. we ended up collecting a lot of toys!

Special Projects:
Projects include our bridge repairs, better marked trails, and a big raffle project we are currently working on to help purchase our first piece of grooming equipment.

Community Service:
Working with local businesses to help bring business to them via snowmobile traffic to support the local economy in these tougher winter months.

About the Annual Awards:

Don’t wait until the last minute,  Annual Award nominations can be submitted anytime during the year.

Photo by Randy Toth


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