Work Party Berne Update!!

There will be a work party Sunday 9/20/15 at Elm Drive (Berne) starting 9am.

Reroute around steep hill heading to Thacher park.
Extra sets of hands and saws are always welcomed and appreciated.
 
Thank you to the volunteers on Sunday to help open up a new trail on S-72 from Elm Drive to avoid the steep hill heading to Thacher Park.
Volunteers included:
 
Seth Simpson
Pat Stempel
Kim Stempel
Trevor Salisbury
Frank Salisbury
Karl Pritchard ( bulldozer)
Joel Vadney
Gerry Lenseth
Brian Buchardt
 
A big thank you to all who helped!
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Meet The Newly Elected Officers For The '15 to '16 & 18 Season !

Congratulations & Good Luck to our newly elected Officers, our standing Committee Chairs, Trail Bosses and Grants Writer, Melissa Rafferty.

President: Chad Saddlemire;    Vice-Pres.: Tom Rulison;   Treasurer: Tammy Saddlemire; Secretary: Bob Meyer Directors: Directors '16-'18:  Laudy Hoyenga & Mike Riek;  Trustees '16-'18:  Brian Buchardt & Ryan McCann.  We want to especially thank Ron Shultes, Gabrielle Shultes, Nancy Valletta & Rich Egan for all their years of dedicated service.

End of Season Trail Closing

The end of the Season is quickly approaching. By April 1st the Trails will be CLOSED Officially. Until then, ALL the trails are CLOSED NOW unless we have substantial snowfall. We are currently setting up work parties from parts of Schoharie County, Knox, & East Berne to Thacher Park cleaning up all the trails from any garbage left behind from the riding season, close and lock all gates, and remove all trail and road crossing signs.  Please call the Trail Boss in your area and ask for a date & time in which you can help out. img-20140405-00109

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No grooming

Our grooming operations have ceased in ALL areas unless we get more snow. No grooming

Frontier Grooming

While everybody else is digging out from this storm, Frontier Sno Riders volunteer groomers are out packing this latest snowfall in on the trails.

If you are out riding and come up on groomer remember Groomers have the right of way and wait for the driver to signal you to safely pass, and

give them a thumbs up for the good job they do!

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