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It’s contest time!!!

We are thrilled to announce that we have been working with Haliburton County Tourism and have created a new Loop to ride this upcoming 2020-2021 riding season! 
The trails included in this loop are the following:
E, E108, 608 (Hadlington), 606 (Railbed), 601 (Miskwabi).

BUT We need your help! We need to name this Loop! So, this is where YOU come in!

We are having a contest! We want your suggestions for what we should call this Loop.  Drop your suggestions in the comments below until Friday September 4, 2020 at 8pm.
We will then pick the top 5 suggestions and put them to a vote by our ridership and followers!  Voting will be from September 7 – 11th and the winning name will be announced on September 12.
The winner will not only win a wicked prize pack but will be able to brag to their buddies that they named the loop they are riding on! 😊
Rules – Yes, there have to be rules:
1.      If there is a duplicate of a suggested name – credit goes to the first person that submits the name – all comments are time stamped.
2.      No copying, stealing current trail/loop names, or copyright infringements – any suggestion that falls into this category will be removed from the contest.
3.      No swearing: no inappropriate words to be included in the suggestion

Looking forward to seeing everyone’s suggestions! Let the fun begin!
Happy Canada Day Everyone! 

We hope you are safe, healthy and celebrating our beautiful country today!
Even though it's almost officially summer time, it does not mean that the work stops! 

We want to give a massive Thank you to Phil Ramsay from Gladebrook Homes who volunteered his time on Thursday and donated the use of his excavator to do some trail work on the E trail south of Highway 118 and on 620 (near Elephant Lake Road). He also collected some culverts donated to the club by Highlands East, delivering them to our Clubhouse.  

Phil, it's volunteers like you who help make our club so great and our trails the best in Ontario! We can't thank you enough!
Tomorrow is supposed to be a hot one, but the one thing on our mind is snowmobiling!!

Where are you planning on taking a trip to ride this up coming season,  or where would your "dream" place to ride be? 

We want to know!!!
This week is Canada’s National Volunteer Week 2020.  In honour of all of our volunteers, on behalf of the Board of Directors, I’d like to send out a big thank you to each of you.  Volunteers are really what make snowmobiling possible and there are many of you who contribute to our club’s success.  The amount of time and the use of personal equipment like ATVs, chainsaws, etc. is significant and, without it, we would not be able to sustain our trail system. 

Our volunteers are involved in:

-          clearing brush and trees from our trails

-          grooming our trails

-          bridge and trail maintenance/improvements

-          helping to service our equipment

-          training and supervision of the grooming team

-          communicating to our members via newsletters, Facebook and our web site

-          installation of signs across the 300km of our system

-          maintaining our work shop and clubhouse

-          working with our landowners

-          participating in committees

-          planning and scheduling of club activities

-          running of events like the annual cookout

-          coordinating advertising on our map boards

-          fundraising activities

We hears lots of positive comments about our trails from our members and this is the result of all of your hard work.  We thank you for your enthusiasm, the countless hours you have contributed and for all that you do to support snowmobiling in our community.  Stay safe and healthy in this difficult time.

Jon Cumming
Paudash Trail Blazers Snowmobile Club
Paudash Trail Blazers End of Season Newsletter -
Our Trails are closed!! Please respect our land owners and stay off the trails. 
ATVs, UTVs and or Side by Sides are not permitted on snowmobile trails.