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    The Woodford SnoBusters would like to thank Bill Garrison from the Green Mountain National Forest for his dedication, stewardship, and career long commitment to maintaining and improving access to our Forest We all wish Bill the best in the next chapter of his life!

    Several members of the SnoBusters presented Bill with a plaque, thanking him for his service and wishing him well in his retirement, recently at a Green Mountain National Forest Meeting.

    Members from other snowmobile clubs and user groups were also present

    3 days ago

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    Trail Report April 12, 2019: While the Woodford trails are still officially open through Monday, April 15th, we have had a streak of warm weather and were unable to groom since the first of the month. If you get out there, you may find a few stretches of rideable snow, but will encounter many bare spots, open water bars and mushy conditions. Use caution, ride safe!
    Check back for work parties and other off-season events!
    Think Snow!

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    At our Annual Meeting this past Saturday, the Woodford SnoBusters proudly presented three checks in the amount of $500 each to local Bennington organizations.
    Marie Ray accepted on behalf of Cancer Center Community Crusaders, a program that raises funds in support of patients and family dealing with a cancer diagnosis. If you would like to volunteer or make a donation, 4C's may be reached at 802-442-2736.
    Art Charron, representing the Elks Lodge #567 Veterans Services accepted our donation toward the Veterans Activity Fund. If you would like to support Veterans Services, please call 802-447-5017.
    Marin Iwashko accepted on behalf of Bennington County Meals on Wheels. Check out their website, www.mowbennington.org for volunteer opportunities or to make a donation.
    All of these programs contribute greatly to our community, so join the SnoBusters in support of our local organizations!
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    2 weeks ago

    I was riding in Woodford yesterday and my tunnel bag fell off my sled on the IP Road somewhere between the end of Airport Rd(BN9) and just north of the Kendall Farm Rd crossing at the BN32 intersection.

    We went back and forth looking for it but found nothing. There were others out riding.....did anyone find it and pick it up???

    I would love to get it back.....had a lot of important stuff in it.

    Cash reward for its return!!! Message me with any info or if you did pick it up the TMA paperwork in the bag has all of my contact info.

    Please share.

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    Trail Report April 6, 2019: We received about 2 inches of snow/sleet mix last night. The warmer temperatures are still hanging around, so if you are looking for pristine conditions, this is not it. However, if you plan for spring conditions there is still some riding to be found!
    The WSB Annual Meeting is being held today, so come on over. Check out our events calendar for details.
    Ride safe!

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