Scholarship Information

The scholarship application deadline June 30 is fast approaching. So far we have had no applications. Download the application Download Scholarship.

Chippewa Snow Chasers scholarship(s) are available for post-secondary study, such as junior colleges, 4-year colleges and universities, apprentice programs (such as beautician school, truck driving school, electrician training or auto technician).

It must be a recognized program of study leading to a license or a certificate. All applicants must be members or dependents of a member of the Chippewa Snow Chasers for one year prior to the date of the application.

Any questions, call Ed Carlson at 906-437-5492.

Volunteers Needed

Every year we need help with cutting brush back from our trails. We have chosen the weekends of August 22 and 23 and as well asSeptember 26 and 27 as our brushing weekends.

If you can help either on or both weekends show up for work at the groomer barn by 9:00 A.M.

Contact Rex Hyrns at906-274-5473 if you have any questions.


911 Signs

Along the Chippewa Snow Chaser Trails you will see small rectangular signs with two letters and four numbers on them. The two letters in our area are “FS”.  In other areas you may see different letters such as “FR”, “GS”, “KL” or “LL”.

If you have an accident on the trail and need emergency help, the first thing the responders need to know, is exactly where the victim is located. Send someone in your party in each direction to find the nearest sign. You should encounter a sign on the trail within one mile in either direction.

Memorize the two letters and 4 numbers and give them to the 911 operator. These small signs, if used as locators, will tell the 911 operator exactly where the victim is located in the forest and the first responders will be able to get there quickly.

Be sure to give the letters and numbers exactly as they appear on the nearest sign!  Reversing a couple of numbers could send the first responders miles from where they are actually needed!