A Word About "Volunteers"
”The heart and soul of every non-profit organization is it’s “Volunteers”. This is so true of The Merritt Snowmobile Club. Throughout every year there are numerous chores and tasks that need to be carried out in order for our organization to maintain it’s status with BC Parks and BC Forestry.
Trail brushing, trail grooming, cabin maintenance, wood cutting, sign posting is just a brief list and this doesn’t touch on all the clerical issues that need to be addressed as well. A “Volunteer” is just that. Someone who steps up to help out without receiving any pay for his efforts. Without Volunteers” there simply wouldn’t be a Merritt Snowmobile Club.
Look at this brief list and imagine where the club would be without these tasks being carried out by someone.
- There would not be a trail system.
- Grooming would not get done.
- The cabins would fall apart.
- No access to riding areas
If you snowmobile in the Thynne Mtn., Stoyoma, Honeymoon or Hooshum areas that are maintained by the club, please give this some thought. You are benefiting from the efforts of the few who step up and it’s time that you did so as well. For those of you who do pitch in, your efforts are greatly appreciated and you have every reason to feel good about a job well done.
LET US KNOW
you have information about the snow conditions up at the hills,
something for the bulletin board (ie. lost and found, stolen or some
other announcement) , or a comment/suggestion for the website, let us
We appreciate your input .
I would like to pass on to you the M.S.C executives and committee chair persons for the 22/23 season and thank last years executives, committee members and volunteers for all their hard work.
Directors- Grant Klassen - 250-378-1918 cell
Membership Committee- Simon Rizzardo - 250-315-5984 cell
Groomer Operation Contact - Adam Douthwright - 250-378-7302 cell
Lindsay Tighe - 250-315-9933 cell