Q&A: The Snowmobile Association of Massachusetts 2017 Massachusetts Recreational Trails Program Worthington Snowmobile Club 2016 Club Of The Year John Rackem 2016 Trail Worker Of The Year The Crowningshields: 2016 Snowmobile Family of the Year
  • Question and Answer: The Snowmobile Association of Massachusetts
    Nov 21, 2016

    From time to time there are questions about SAM. I hope this Q&A clarifies how the Snowmobile Association of Massachusetts operates and why our partnership is key to the success of snowmobiling and the economy.   Nonprofit – No State Funding SAM is not a company, it is a non-profit organization of…

  • 2017 Massachusetts Recreational Trails Program
    Nov 15, 2016

    The 2017 Massachusetts Recreational Trails Program grant round is now open!   Please visit the Recreational Trails Program (RTP) website for updated grant guidelines, application materials, and past awarded projects   Check out the SAM clubs that were awarded grants this past year.    RTP applications are due February 1,…

  • Worthington-Snowmobile-Club-2016
    Jun 06, 2016

    It’s important that clubs have a representative at SAM meetings, it’s even better when three members regularly attend the monthly meetings. Participation in the state association is vital to a healthy organization.   The Worthington Snowmobile Club participates in the Snowmobile Association of Massachusetts’ charity programs, donating to the Toys…

  • 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…

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