John Rackem 2016 Trail Worker Of The Year The Crowningshields: 2016 Snowmobile Family of the Year Rusty Coombs 2016 Snowmobiler of the Year trophy Ski-Doo-Olympic-Wood-Sculpture
  • John Rackem Snowmobile Association of Massachusetts 2016 Trail Worker Of The Year
    May 17, 2016

    Here, we have a snowmobile volunteer without an official title.   John Rackem’s role is out on the trails, making sure projects are completed, organizing what is needed, where it is needed, and when.   As a trail worker, John is always active in club fund raising events, whether it’s…

  • Crowningshields-Snowmobile-Family-of-the-Year
    May 02, 2016

    The Crowningshield family is always working on trails of the Indianhead Snowmobile Club and always makes sure the Cookie Bash landowners appreciation event happens, no matter what.   Matt Crowningshield is the president and treasurer of the club and his family handles all the trail pass data input along with…

  • Rusty Coombs 2016 Snowmobiler of the Year
    Apr 13, 2016

    Rusty Coombs honored as the 2016 Snowmobiler of the Year   This story dates back a few decades, to a time when a local club had fallen into disrepair and how an enthusiastic volunteer resurrected it.   Having a passion for snowmobiling since boyhood, Rusty Coombs interest in snowmobiling was…

  • Feb 25, 2016

    It’s clear that the clubs and volunteers were running in overdrive this season. Sure, it can be a thankless job. Many of you volunteer to be with friends or have fun with the family. Some of you do it because you want to make sure it’s done the right way….

  • 1970-Ski-Doo-Olympic
    Feb 17, 2016

    Ken Packie carved this 1966 Ski-Doo Olympic for the Knox Trail Sno-Riders from a single log. The sculpture is used as a fundraiser, with money going into a slot behind the windshield, like a piggy bank. Knox club president Jeff Gamelli came up with the idea, and wouldn’t you know…

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