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Schroon Lake - North Hudson Poker Run


Poker Run 2019
I'st place Chuck Tribley
2'nd place Val DeCesare
3'rd place Hannah Haugnney
50/50 Jim Robbins
Thanks to Mike, and Jimmy Bouchard, Linda Conley for cooking pizza
Thanks to Jimmy Greenough and Julie Nussbickel for dealing the cards
Thanks to Marlene Powers taking care of the auction and give away
Thanks to Jim Robbins for gathering all the items for the auction
Thanks to all the people who donated other food and deserts

Thanks to Donations from the following

Jimmy Greenough

Chuck/Coleen Tribley

Mike Bouchard/Linda Conley

Sticks & Stones Bistro & Bar

DeCesare's Pizzeria

Schroon Lake Wine and Liquor

Stewarts

Flanagan's Pub & Grill

Schroon Lake Pharmacy

Tops Supermarket

Curtis Lumber

Dave Whitty Sales & Service

Progessive Motorsports

Sporty's Iron Duke Saloon

J & L Automotive

Freidman Realty

Tony's Ticonderoga Sports

Paradox Brewery

Witherbee's Carriage House





Public Charity Tax Exempt Status

 We the Schroon / North Hudson Snowmobile Club, are OFFICIALLY, a 501(c)(3) Pubic Charity.
**Contributions to the club are tax deductible!!!**



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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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