The Avalanche Canada Foundation announces Al Hodgson Grant Recipient

Mark Mitchell received $1,500 from the Foundation's Al Hodgson Scholarship Fund.

Congratulations to Mark Mitchell, Al Hodgson Scholarship Fund winner.
Congratulations to Mark Mitchell, Al Hodgson Scholarship Fund winner. Photo courtesy Avalanche Canada

The Avalanche Canada Foundation would like to congratulate Mark Mitchell on his successful completion of the CAA Avalanche Operations Level 1 course last winter. Mark received $1,500 from the Foundation's Al Hodgson Scholarship Fund.

The Al Hodgson Fund is currently seeking funding. If you are interested in helping more snowmobilers take recreational- or professional-level avalanche training, please consider donating here. Professional trained snowmobilers become mentors in their community, helping build a culture of safety.

Related Articles

Street scene in downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan with Snowmobile Congress logo.
SnoRiders Insider The 51st International Snowmobile Congress Just Around the Corner

The International Snowmobile Congress is held to learn about issues important to snowmobiling and how to keep our recreation the best it can be

Lady sledder sitting on snowmobile.
SnoRiders Insider From the BCSF Office: We Are Backcountry Stewards Not Users

The BC Snowmobile Federation is happy with the great turnouts at the recent Caribou Community Consultation meetings

by Donegal Wilson, Executive Director, BCSF
José Boisjoli, President and CEO of BRP
SnoRiders Insider BRP announces José Boisjoli now Chairman of the Board

José Boisjoli will succeed Laurent Beaudoin in the role, who has served as Chairman for the past 16 years

>
View all SnoRiders Insider articles