Well it’s the off season. Even though there’s no snow on the ground we still work behind the scenes administratively planning for the 2022-23 season.
We are excited to announce that CNHSC is offering two $500 general scholarships for our members and/or Members children. To be an eligible applicant, for you or your child to be eligible you must have been a member of ours for the 2021-22 season and must have received membership prior to February 15th, 2022.
If eligible, the scholarship can be used for College, Trade School, nursing school, etc.
Please reach out to Ride@CNHSC.com. for the application. Once completed, send back to Ride@CNHSC.com. The application deadline will be on June 5th, 2022. will be reviewed by the Scholarship committee made up of our Officers and Board of Directors and will be awarded by the end of June. All applicants will be notified on their status on the scholarship at that time.
Thank you to all our member for their continued support to the club and good luck to the applicants!
Based on last weeks Meeting held on March 10th, 2022 for 2022-2023
Nominations for Club Officers:
- President – Cory Hilton
- Vice President – Nathan Grace
- Treasurer – Bob LaRochelle
- Secretary – Joyce Solomon
Nominations for Board of Directors
- Dave Uhlman
- Bob LaRochelle
- Tim Grace
Please join us this weekend March 5th, 2022 for our club cook out. It will be on trail 155 in the clearing at Peaked Hill Pond from 12pm-3pm. Come see the team, volunteers, meet some of the groomers. We’ll have burgers, hot dogs and more!
Look out for messages on Facebook and online for items to find on the trails for prizes. We will be placing objects on the CNHSC trail system to find. More instructions will be out on Friday 3/4 and Saturday 3/5 on what to do if you find the item for CNHSC prizes.
See you there!
Asking to continue to stay off trails for today 2/18. They will be open for weekend of 2/19 and 2/20 for access to our Antique Track Driven Machine Show. Please use extreme caution for downed trees due to wind and icy conditions throughout our entire system. Groomers have no been out yet and it is undetermined what lies ahead before they can get out.
This weekend you will most likely needs scratchers or you’re going to overheat:
– Trail 152- South towards Lower Campton / Plymouth use caution through the Bog for icy / water conditions
– Corridor 11: 2″ of rails are showing. We are recommending to stay off this trail unless Mother Nature can help.
– 155, 156, 157 expect to still have snow but due to the rain will be icy as well.
**The Antique Track Driven Machine show is still ON for 2/19. Mother nature did not take all the snow from us so, the show must go on! You can access it my snowmobile or by car.***
If you are riding tomorrow, you can access by heading 155 towards Corridor 11. The trail to access the show is on 155 about 300 yards before the Corridor 11 and 155 Junction across Route 3 where are Groomers come out.
73 Laundromat Rd. Thornton, NH
All trails were in great condition this past weekend, with this warmer weather over the next few days we could see some spots soften up and rails start to re surface on Corridor 11, please use caution. Ideally, if we could minimize the use on the trails for the next few days to reserve the snow. Warmer weather this week doesn’t help us but once the melt happens during the day, it will re-freeze overnight and harden/ice the snow over.
February 19th, 2022 – Antique Track Driven Machine Show (10am – 2pm) Show will be at Dirt Designs at 73 Laundromat Rd. Thornton, NH
February 20th, 2022 – Antique Track Driven Machine Ride/Parade 10am – 11:30am. Will start at Dirt Designs at 10am, and go down trail 155, then down Miller’s trail and end at Sunset Grill around 11:30am