Please use the link above to visit our sponsors page. Click on a highlighted name and you will be able to access detailed information about that business. Please patronize our business sponsors. They support the club with their dollars and they depend on you for their winter business.
We have new Snow Chaser hats available in new colors and a revised logo. Check them out at Lumberjacks Tavern and Strongs Tavern in Strongs, The Happy Hour in Hulbert and Silver Creek Grill & Pub. $20.00 gets you a new Snow Chaser hat with a great new look.
We need a candidate for Snow Chaser Secretary to take office in May. The candidate must have attended at least one half of the club meetings in the past year. We need someone to step forward and fill this important job!
Our brushing weekend is now history and massive amounts of brush were cut and hauled into the woods along Trail 472 heading toward Rudyard. Some of our volunteers even worked Friday brushing the railroad grade and then turned up Saturday ready for more work! Below is a list of the people who worked on the trails helping make the Snow Chaser trails safe and wide. Our sign crew worked September 24th, 25th, and 26th to check all of the signs on all Snow Chaser trails and get things ready for inspection by the DNR.
The Sign Crew:
Our Brushing Crew:
It is people like these, who generously gave of their time and labor, who make the Chippewa Snow Chasers a great organization. When these volunteers ride our trails next winter they can be proud that they helped to make our trails some of the best in the UP.
The August brushing crew worked hard and deserve some recognition. Those participating are as follows:
Congratulations to Kaylor L. Conner from Indian River.
She was the winner of the $500.00 Snow Chaser scholarship. Congratulations Kaylor and our best wishes for your future!
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!