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Strathroy Sno-Blizzards

 

Regular meetings

Our regular meetings are on the first Wednesday of the month 7:30 pm at Crabby Joes in Strathroy?

Volunteers

Our club is very lucky to have a very dedicated group of volunteers. We have several people who put in countless hours and help out staking trails cutting wood for the shacks, running our fundraisers, supplying a heated place to repair our groomers, and just doing general little but important jobs. there is also an increasing amount of paper work required to keep this club going and in good standing with the OFSC guidelines. The next time you see someone doing a job on the trail or around the warm up shacks stop and say thanks. Having said that we would like to see some new people come out and help with the various jobs required. If you have some spare time contact us through this web site and offer your services even if it is a couple of hours to help set up or take down the stakes on the trails or cleaning up the warm up shack. You do not require any special training or equipment just the desire to help out and make this sport fun for everyone.

 

Welcome to the web site of the Strathroy Sno-Blizzards snowmobile club.

We have been incorporated since 1987. However we have been around longer than that. We have approximately 190Km of trails that are set up and taken down each year by a dedicated group of volunteers. These trails cover an area from Komoka in the south to Parkhill in the north, where we connect with the Pineridge snowmobile club. We join with Science Hill near Denfield to our east. The Middlesex Lambton County line in the west, where we meet with the Warwick and the Glencoe snowmobile clubs. We are all part of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs.

Our trails are maintained by two groomers, a Massey Ferguson 6850 pulling a ten foot Marcel drag as well as a Case IH Puma 145 also pulling a ten foot Marcel drag. When the snow arrives these groomers are ready to go and get the trails in perfect shape for our member’s enjoyment. Remember to give the groomer operators thumbs up when you see them in recognition of their long hours of dedication.

We have a spot on this web site for your input, and we encourage you to use it. However if you have any questions or concerns we would rather have you come out to one of our monthly meetings and let us know what you think. Meeting dates and location are listed under events.

 

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