New Snow Year Ahead
You read those right folks, it’s September again and it’s that time again this year where newsletters start coming out and we start getting ready for the snow to fall. We had a successful snow year last year, much better than 2014-15 and we’re on pace to have a good snow year once again.
September Newsletter here
Updated Schedule of Events for 2016/17 here
Upcoming Event: First General Club Meeting 2016/2017
- When: Tuesday, October 4th, 2016
- Where: D&S Harley Phoenix, OR
- Time: 6:00 P.M.
Annual Outdoor Clubs Blood Drive Challenge
As September has arrived once again, it’s time for the annual outdoor clubs blood drive challenge. It’s all about donating blood in the slowest giving month of the year. We haven’t won in quite a while so I stress making an appointment today so we can not only win, but save lives. Call 800-733-2767 or visit http://www.redcrossblood.org/ to schedule an appointment.
Thanks and SAVE!
Thousand Springs Trail Map
Rogue Snowmobilers-Trail Map PDF Version
After speaking with individuals about the current state of the site, the majority said they didn’t like the scrolling posts on the homepage. I also supported this and decided to resign the homepage as a static page that outlines the general overview of what is going on that month. Since we’re going into the summer months, not much is happening so the important general stuff will be up here. Eventually, the video that Lithia did will be placed on the homepage, sprucing it up a bit so it’s not so much text.
- Posts will no longer be accessible from the homepage, they will all be found in the archives section (finally a use for them actually)
- No longer old content up here on the main page (stuff from four years ago shouldn’t be here for example)
- Any questions, navigate over to the contact page to contact the webmaster
- The grooming chairman will be updating the grooming page undeniably as soon as something gets groomed (we will have the most updated snow conditions of any club in the state)
I am always looking for opinions on the site so please feel free to contact me.
Link here to the original post. We cannot stress the importance of keeping the public land, public for everyone to enjoy.