Meetings are held the 1st & 3rd Tuesday each month at 7 p.m. On the 3rd Tuesday a potluck supper is served prior to meeting at 6:30 p.m. September - April. May-August meetings are held once a month, dates and times will be posted to the website.
Bottle & Can Donations Appreciated:
You can recycle and suport the West Gardiner trails by donating your cans and bottles in the marked box at the West Gardiner Transfer Station.
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Tuesday, October 1, meeting at 7 p.m.
Tuesday, October 15, potluck supper at 6:15 p.m., meeting at 7 p.m. (note time change of supper)
Sunday, October 6, 2019
Breakfast at 7 a.m., trailwork at 8 a.m. - noon. Trailwork will be done every Sunday at 8 a.m. until done. Contact Dave Cogley, Trailmaster, 724-7041. Appreciate all the help we can get, remember many hands make the load lighter for all. 7 AM served a hearty breakfast, 8 AM trailwork starts.
Celebrating 50 Years
On February 10th, we hosted a 50th anniversary celebration at the clubhouse. Former and current members were served a delicious luncheon and browsed through the memorabilia of the past 50 years that was on display. Was interesting talking to the members from the early days of the club, many stories were shared and reminisced about days gone by.
In talking with these folks, this is what we do know. The club has the same values as it did when it was started in 1969 and that is to stay a family oriented club, respect our landowners and support the sport of snowmobiling in West Gardiner and points beyond. Yes, the machines and trails have change a great deal and most of us have stories of the “one lungers” and our first sleds which always brings a fond memory of days gone by. We look forward to the next 50 years.
Many thanks to local businesses and people who donated items for drawings: Four Corners Store, AllyCats, Dave’s Diner, Cheryl Adams, Janice Adams and Charlene McFarland. Huge thanks to the crew that worked to make this happen: Cheryl Adams, Erin Small and granddaughters Emily and Hannah, Donna Radovich, Tammy Miller, Charlene McFarland and can’t forget the men who did the setting up of tables, heavy stuff and the grooming equipment. Photos
Snow for riding was slow to arrive, once it did, we experienced some great riding.
To all who helped prepare the trails, from bridge repair/rebuilds, clearing brush, signage to grooming – many thanks. Our trail system is amazing thanks to these hardworking individuals. Many thanks also to those who helped in other ways: breakfast crew, 50th anniversary celebration, hot dog roasts, town meeting displays, landowner liaison/contacts and everyone who helped in any way to make this club what it is today.
Information signs which have a map of our trails have been posted at all major intersections & Welcome to West Gardiner signs with maps have been posted where neighboring trails connect to West Gardiner.
Family - $30
Business - $35
Associate - $10
We are a small, family-oriented snowmobile club located in the Town Auxiliary Hall across from Helen Thompson School, Spears Corner Road, West Gardiner. We maintain 25+ miles of snowmobile trails that connects to Gardiner, Litchfield, Farmingdale, Hallowell and points beyond. .... more