Worthington Snowmobile Club: 2016 Club Of The Year
Published on Monday, June 6, 2016 in Awards, News & Updates
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It’s important that clubs have a representative at SAM meetings, it’s even better when three members regularly attend the monthly meetings. Participation in the state association is vital to a healthy organization.

The Worthington Snowmobile Club participates in the Snowmobile Association of Massachusetts’ charity programs, donating to the Toys for Tots program and Camp Snomo every year.

If someone in their community suffers the fate of a house fire or are in need, the club donates to the cause. They also make regular donations to the Worthington Fire and Rescue Association and support the fire department’s efforts to promote fire safety in the community.

They have donated to Russell H. Conwell School for book purchases.


The Worthington club prides itself in having the best snow and grooming fleet possible, with constant updates. They used raffles to raise money to purchase a 2016 Arctic Cat Groomer Special and drag.

As Snowmobile activists, the club keeps in contact with legislators, including Rep. Kulik and Senator Warren.

They spend a great deal of time meeting with landowners, new and old, to foster a positive relationship and maintain an interconnected trail system.

They also play an important role in the Legends of Snowmobiling Awards, where they honor local snowmobilers who have contributed to the recreation. This program brings old and new volunteers together, where they examine how far snowmobiling has come, but reflect on how the foundation has stayed the same, by being a family sport.

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