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2016 Poker Run

We had a successful Poker Run this past weekend.  Even with very poor trail conditions we had 68 entries, many carpooled to the various stops.  The poker hand was won by Matt Grill, second was Val DeCesare, third Jim Robbins.  Steve Neander won the 50/50, Cheryl Boustead won the Ruger gun raffle.  Thanks to Sticks and Stones for hosting the event and to all the volunteers who helped make the event a success.  Special thanks to Jim Robbins for doing all the legwork to gather donations for the Chinese auction and to Dennis Dross for providing the musical entertainment.  We will update the list of businesses who donated when I’m sure we have a complete list.


Public Charity Tax Exempt Status

Finally, after 4yrs. of trying and following up, and paying application fees again and again, we the Schroon / North Hudson Snowmobile Club, are OFFICIALLY, a 501(c)(3) Pubic Charity.
**Contributions to the club are tax deductible!!!**
We owe special THANK YOUS to the following individuals for their assistance and or professional services.
Carl Russell, our former V. President, who initiated the process, getting the ball rolling, 4+yrs. ago.
Cheri Indelicato, the attorney who helped with the process.
Doug Boustead, the CPA who also helped the process.
And Dwayne and Laurie, for their efforts and persistence, in seeing this through.
 
Thank you Thank You Thank You.
So, remember, all donations to the club are tax deductible. What a concept......


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Operating Snowmobiles in NYS

We often field the question "Who can operate a snowmobile legally in NYS?"
New York State Office of Parks and Recreation website  states that "Youth ages 14 through 17 years old may operate a snowmobile, on lands upon which snowmobiling is allowed, without adult or other supervision if they have completed a snowmobile safety training course recognized by the State of New York. If youth ages 14 through 17 years have not completed the training course, they may operate a snowmobile if accompanied by (within 500 feet of) a person who is at least 18 years of age.
Youth ages 10 through 13 may operate a snowmobile, on lands upon which snowmobiling is allowed, if they have completed a snowmobile safety training course recognized by the State of New York and are accompanied by (within 500 feet of) a person who is at least 18 years of age.
Children less than 10 years old or less than age 14 without a safety certificate may operate a snowmobile only on lands owned or leased by their parent or guardian."

Visit the NYSSA website for a detailed reference to the New York State Laws pertaining to or effecting snowmobiles, including  OPRHP Law 25.19, Operation by youthful operators.


 

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