Club News – October, 2016

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Anchorage Snowmobile Club to host swap meet
Join the Anchorage Snowmobile Club 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 22 for a snowmachine and equipment swap. The event will be held in the Enstar parking lot on International Road. If you have items to sell, show up at 9 a.m. – Buyers will begin showing up at 10 a.m. For more details, contact the club at

Learn how to be ready for snowmachine season at ASC meeting
The Anchorage Snowmobile Club hosts its October membership meeting 7-9 p.m. Oct. 19 at IBEW, 3333 Denali St., in Anchorage. Ben Sherbahn and Todd Anderson with Alaska Snowmobile Salvage will talk about what needs the once-over or which parts might need TLC or replaced to prevent your trusty sled from ending up stalled on the trail and in the shop. The club will also introduce its riding schedule and host door prizes. For more information, contact Gene Gerken at 349-7205.

Caribou Hills Cabin Hoppers welcomes new members
The Caribou Hills Cabin Hoppers is a nonprofit volunteer organization established in 1987 to promote, develop and secure safe recreational trails for public use. Its common goal is to preserve trails for future generations – to be enjoyed year-round, not just for snowmachiners, but all users.
The group is welcoming new members at a kickoff party scheduled for 6-9 p.m. Nov. 5 at the Soldotna Sports Center. Bring a side dish or dessert (Last name starts with A-R bring a side dish or salad; those with last names starting with S-Z bring a dessert). For more information call Jeff Breakfield at 907-398-4293.


Racers pass by snowmachiners during the 2011 Iditarod Trail Sled Gog Race. SnowTRAC funding, paid for through snowmachine registration, helps pay for trail grooming for dog mushers, skiers and snowmachiners alike. Snowrider file

Trail users urged to show support at Mat-Su meeting
The Mat-Su Borough Assembly meets at 6 p.m. Oct. 18 at Assembly Chambers in Palmer for its monthly meeting, and Dan Mayfield of Big Lake Trails, Inc., is urging avid snowmachiners to show up in support of a resolution that will let Juneau lawmakers know that SnowTRAC funding is important. The draft resolution that Mayfield is sponsoring is a statement from the Assembly supporting full restoration into the state budget of the SnowTRAC funding as it has been used in the past. Mayfield, in a message to the Petersville Community Nonprofit Co. that was also shared with Curry Ridge Riders club members, said he does not expect any opposition to the resolution, but that the more supporters who show up in favor of the resolution, the more Assembly members will acknowledge that they are representing the public’s wishes. For more information on the meeting, go to

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