Our club was founded in 1979 and has grown from the half-dozen families that made up the core group back then to the 250 families that belong today. Many changes have occurred over the last 35 years, not only with the sport of snowmobiling but within the club. Grooming equipment has evolved from a converted sidewalk plow to the machines you see on the trails today. Meeting locations have moved from private homes to restaurants and meeting halls, to the present clubhouse. But throughout the purpose of the club has never changed, which is to promote the sport of snowmobiling and make it a safe and enjoyable sport for the entire family.
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Waumbek Methna Snowmobile Club 2023 Season
Dear Waumbek Methna Club Members and Generous Landowners,
Sadly, it’s that time of year again when snow has melted, birds are singing, and flowers are blooming. This year’s snowmobile season was a challenge, but thanks to our Top-Notch Groomers Jeff and Marty when the snow came the trails were great for riding! Hopefully you all were able to get out and ride our trail system. With that said we must give a big and grateful THANK YOU to our landowners who continue to give us the right of way to ride our snowmobiles on your land! Hopefully some of you were able to stop in and have a delicious breakfast or Lunch at Marie’s kitchen, which is located at our clubhouse on weekends during January and February. THANK YOU, Marie! Lastly THANK YOU to you our members, your support to WMSC is priceless! We appreciate each and every one of you! We wish you all a great summer and fall and we’ll be looking forward to next winter’s snowmobile season.
With appreciation the WMSC Board Members
The Waumbek Methna Snowmobile Club Trails are closed as of Monday March 20, 2023.
Please respect our landowners and stay off the trails.
The club would like to thank all of the generous landowners that allow us the use of their property for our trail system and the members and volunteers who make WMSC successful.
Looking forward to a snowy 2023/2024 season.
Waumbek Methna Snowmobile Club would like to thank the Volunteers, Businesses, The Butchers Daughter (for the GREAT STEAKS) and the participants who made our 2023 Annual Steak Feed & Poker Run a HUGH SUCCESS!
A special thanks goes to all our Landowners who allowed us the use of their land for WMSC’s trail system, without them none of this would be possible.
SO PLEASE Respect their property and STAY ON the designated trail.
NHSA ANNOUNCES THE LIST OF SUPER RAFFLE WINNERS 2023
NHSA are in the process of contacting winners and will arrange appointments for prize pick ups. Thank you for supporting the clubs!
|Erica Cote||2023 Ski-Doo MXZ 600 Sport EFI|
|Brian Richard||2023 Polaris 550 Indy LXT 2-UP|
|Pam Hoyt||2023 Blizzard Two-Place Enclosed Trailer|
|Jessica Brody||2023 ProLine Two-Place Enclosed Trailer|
|Joe Gassek||Two-Night Stay – Ramblewood Cabins|
|Heather Nault||Two-Night Stay – Cold Lake Cabins|
|Kim Riley||$500 Visa Card|
|Aaron Roberts||$500 Visa Card|
|Matt Foss||$250 Visa Card|
|Matt Towsley||Weber Gas Grill|
|Matt Bull||$100 BiteHarder Gift Card|
|Nichole Romano||$100 BiteHarder Gift Card|
|Bob O’Sullivan||$100 BiteHarder Gift Card|
|Shaun M Roy||$100 BiteHarder Gift Card|
|David Ingraham||$100 BiteHarder Gift Card|
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OUR WINNERS
Waumbek Methna Snowmobile Club
P.O. Box 115, Jefferson NH 03583
Email: [email protected]
It is in part to your generosity that we are able to continue with our club. If you would like to donate to the club, please click on the below link. We appreciate all donations, big or small.
Our Annual Steak Feed will be February 19th, 2023 from 9am to 3pm, hopefully we will be able to hold the cost of the ticket to $20.00. It will include a 12oz. Steak/Baked Potato/Coleslaw/Drink and a Dessert. There will also be a Poker Run, 50/50 Raffle and a good time. Tickets will be available from Club Officers or by contacting the club at [email protected].
Trail maps will be available at the clubhouse, The Corner Store, Garneau’s Garage, The Jefferson Inn or by contacting the club: [email protected]
Thank you to the Paul Bunyan Riders of Wisconsin for this great advice…
HELP KEEP LANDOWNERS HAPPY
*Stay off the trails until they open
*Only travel on marked trails
*Obey all snowmobile trail signs
*Don’t cut corners. Stay on the trails
*Remember, if you leave a marked trail you are trespassing
*Stop at all stop signs
*Do Not Litter
*Respect the land and people
*Join a Club
*VOLUNTEER, VOLUNTEER, VOLUNTEER*
THANK YOU LANDOWNERS
WATCH OUT FOR OUR GROOMERS ON THE TRAILS
CLUBHOUSE NEWS: Our clubhouse is a busy place. Please plan ahead if you would like to reserve use of the clubhouse or the tables/chairs.
To reserve contact Debbie at [email protected] or by calling 603-586-7764 and leave a message
To avoid scheduling conflicts please do not remove items without first checking the calendar. Thank you!