Snoman announces Excellence Award winners

Snoman held its Annual General Meeting as a video conference

Cassidy Buss stands in front of a carport door with an award.
Snoman Scholarship for $2,000 was awarded to Cassidy Buss from Brokenhead Trail Blazers. Photo courtesy Snoman

Due to Covid-19, this year's Annual Congress did not take place. Snoman held its Annual General Meeting as a video conference and 20 club members participated in the call. As a result of the AGM, Snoman now has a new Executive Committee:

President - Wayne Vandersteen
Vice President - Jason Wiebe
Past President/Treasurer - Alan Butler

In addition, we would like to recognize the following winners:

Snoman Scholarship for $2,000 was awarded to Cassidy Buss from Brokenhead Trail Blazers

The Excellence Awards

Outstanding Groomer Operator - Arnold Dietz - Nopiming Sno-Mads
Outstanding Snowmobile Club - Reynolds Snow Riders
Outstanding Snowmobiler - Duane Boutang - South East Sno-Riders
Outstanding Non-Snow Related Business - Drifter's Inn - Lac Du Bonnet
Outstanding Youth Contribution - Keenin Turchyn - Reynolds Snow Riders

Club Recognition Program

Southeast Sno-Riders
Thunder & Ice Snowmobile Club
Kelsey Trail Sno Riders
Ste. Amelie Ridge Riders
Snowtraxx Snowmobile Club

Snoman would like to thank the many volunteers for their hard work and dedication to maintaining club trails and shelters, and all landowners who have partnered with their local clubs to ensure that snowmobilers can continue to enjoy our scenic trail system.

Please remember to ride safe and have fun this riding season! 

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