|Written by DooRacer|
The first General Meeting of the season will be Thursday Oct 2nd. We are having an Officers Meeting Wed Sept 17 and we will discuss where to have our meetings this year. In the past 3 years we have moved them to different locations on the southern section of the trails but the attendance has dropped since doing that. We will post where the meetings will take place after Sept 17.
Signing the trails will be taking place soon. Here is a request from Marty Lazzaro:
Last year was my last year as the sign coordinator for the Webster Ridge Runners. It really has been fun and I have learned so much about snowmobiling, built and benefited from so many relationships that I developed in the club. It is now time for someone else to step up and be a volunteer. This position can be done by one person. I know this because I have experienced it for 7 years and monitored 6 miles of trails with my crew. To some, this may seem daunting. Let me break down the duties and see who steps up to take it on or if we need to break it down to several people overseeing a certain section. Here is the list:
1. Coordinate through e-mail, volunteers in the club to make poles and paint them.
2. Coordinate the usage of the 4 wheeler and 6 wheeler.
3. Monitor trail changes and coordinate with the map guys to get aerial maps done so the crew knows how to sign them.
4. Inventory the signs every year and do the bulk sign order each year in July which saves the club a TON of money.
5. Coordinate a get together for all the sign crews to have a few beers and tell stories.
6. Log hours on the state website so that the club can benefit and save members increases in their dues.
This may look like a lot of work but again the advantages far outweigh the work load. I am at a point that I have other committments with my boys in scouting and sports that I want to spend more time in their interests. Please do not let me stress out about not having someone take this over. It is a well oiled machine with some great volunteers to work with. I truely mean that. You will feel like you do not do enough compared to the guys that really make this machine work. I would also entertain the idea of having people take on one or two of the tasks and be in communication with the person that takes the lead on it.
For years, I, as well as the members and volunteers of the signing group, have taken great pride in making the trails safe for you and your kids. Please keep this pride going. Only your enthusiasm and help will make it happen.
Please consider helping the club that has already put so much time in for you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
January Newsletter Link Take a look at the recent newsletter its been a while since we did one so please check it out: http://www.websterridgerunners.com/nl/WRR_Jan_2014_Newsletter.pdf
Below are links to several versions of our trail map including Webster and Wayne County. Please print whatever verions you would like for your trail map as many as you like. There are 8 1/2" x 11 and 8 1/2" x 17" versions.
Trailer your sled to the following locations:
Bill Gray's 364 Rte 104 Ontario 14519
Carey Lake 937 Walworth-Penfield Rd (Rte 441) Macedon 14502
Blue Heron Hills 1 Country Club Drive Macedon 14502
Log Cabin Restaurant 2445 West Walworth Rd, Macedon 14502
Please support our landowners that sell produce locally
Here is a list of landowners on our trail system that grow and sell produce.
Please take the time to reciprocate their support by purchasing our local
growers’ goods and services.
G & S Orchards. Stand is on Lincoln Rd. at Atlantic Avenue.
1835 Route 104 Union Hill, NY
Radiance Harvest Farm Tomatoes, Lettuce, Carrots.
4418 Ontario Center Road
Strawberries & Cherries
Wilbert's Christmas Trees
1321 Salt Road, Webster,NY 14580
1530 Harris Road
Pumpkins, hay, straw.
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