Raffle winners and Avalanche Awareness
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Smithers Snowmobile Association

January 2018 Newsletter


Sinclair is good. It has a lot of firewood. A rat was noticed so bring a trap if you can.

Harold Price is good. There was a mess left behind by someone but a member cleaned it up for us.

Dome is good. It's low on firewood and for some reason someone damaged the wood shed door.

Burdettes shelter is good but low on firewood.

Microwave is good, has lots of firewood.


The Onion and the Dome have been done recently. There was about a foot of fresh up the Onion at that time. As of Dec. 24th, the Mic and Sinclair were groomed.


The raffle is complete and the winner is ......... Ken Oulton!  The second place of $500 goes to Arthur Namox. The third place prize of $250 goes to Dennis Freesen and the fourth place prize of $100 goes to Tracy McIntyre.

Congratulations to all the winners!

Avalanche Training

There is an Avalanche Awareness Course this coming weekend at the Old Church (just down the street from Four Dimension Computer). It will start Friday the 12th at 7pm and will be put on by Avalanche Canada. Admission is by donation. Then Saturday the 13th will be a field day up Hudson Bay Mountain. Get some real life experience by the professionals.

Burnie Shea

The open weekend up Burnie Shea this year will be on April 14th and 15th, mark it on your calendar!

This is also the last year for the current contract for our access to the park. We will have to negotiate this spring with BC Parks for our access for the future.

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