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Meetings
7:30 p.m., 1st Wednesday of the Month
at the Rod & Gun Club, 1083 Whitehaven Rd.

President: Jim Teator

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Grand Island Snowmobile Club Meeting - December 2016

   The Grand Island Snowmobile Club general meeting is Wednesday, December 7th at 7:30 p.m. at the Grand Island Rod & Gun Club, 1083 Whitehaven Rd.




Grand Island Snowmobile Club Safety Course - 2016

   The Grand Island Snowmobile Club is sponsoring a NY State Certified Snowmobile Safety Course, free of charge, on Wednesday & Thursday, November 16 & 17, from 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. The class will be held at the GI Rod & Gun Club, 1083 Whitehaven Road. The course is open to everyone 10 years of age and older. 10-17 year olds must obtain certificate to ride on state trails. See flyer for complete details. Register by Saturday, November 12th.




Horrendous ATV Damage to Trails - 2016





   The damage done to the Grand Island Snowmobile Club trails by illegal ATV type vehicles is astounding. The snowmobile club spends money on grooming and insurance, plenty of volunteer time for trail work by a small portion of members, and have procured the consent of numerous private property owners. Rogue ATV riders contribute nothing and do the damage shown above. Gates have been locked behind Tim Horton's and the MOG properties. Bridges on the Powerline and near the Stony Point Extension have been blocked, all to prevent any additional damage to the trail. The ATV people always seem to find a way to get around the obstacles and cause further damage. See that mess as you come over the South Bridge? Thank your friends on ATV's for that!




Grand Island Snowmobile Club Honorary Members - 2015

From left: Gary Roesch, Pete Marston and Mary Cooke.

   The Grand Island Snowmobile Club honored outgoing Town officials Supervisor Mary Cooke and Councilman Gary Roesch with honorary memberships on Monday, December 21st. 25-year Snowmobile Club veteran Pete Marston presented the lifetime memberships as Cooke and Roesch were instrumental in allowing a building at the Nike Base on Whitehaven Road, to be used by the Snowmobile Club for storage of signs out of season, and for trail grooming equipment. The same building was going to be torn down before the club stepped in and fixed the roof, painted and gutted the interior. Marston gave Supervisor Cooke yearly tours along the trails to view the improvements made by the club each year.The next Monthly General Meeting is Wednesday, January 6th at the Grand Island Rod & Gun Club, located at 1083 Whitehaven Road at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend.




Grand Island Snowmobile Club Meeting - 2015

   The Grand Island Snowmobile Club meeting is Wednesday, November 4th at 7:30 p.m. at the Grand Island Rod & Gun Club, 1083 Whitehaven Rd.




Snowmobile Club Christmas Party - 2014

   The GI Snowmobile Club Christmas Party is Sunday, December 14th from 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Mallwitz Island Lanes. All current members and families are welcome to attend. For more info, call Jim Teator at 432-8818.



Snowmobile Club November General Meeting - 2014

   The GI Snowmobile Club General Meeting is Wednesday, November 5th at 7:30 p.m. at the G.I. Rod & Gun Club, 1083 Whitehaven Rd. Interested parties are encouraged to attend and join the club. Membership entitles you to reduced DMV registrations.




Snowmobile Club Donation - 2013

Carol Marston presents check to Hank Kammerer

   The Grand Island Snowmobile Club voted at their Christmas party on December 15th to give a nice donation to the Neighbors Foundation. Snowmobile Club representative Carol Marston presented a check to a very happy Hank Kammerer on Tuesday, December 17th, who noted that donations are a bit off this year and the check will certainly help. The Snowmobile Club is looking for new members and anyone interested can come to the next meeting scheduled for Wednesday, January 8th at 7:30 p.m. at the Grand Island Rod & Gun Club. The Snowmobile website announced that trails would be opening on Tuesday, December 17th at 5:00 p.m. Check out the website for info. and to see what trails are open.




Snowmobile Club December Meeting & Website Launch - 2013

   The Grand Island Snowmobile Club has a new website where you can renew your membership, register as a new member online and find out what is happening with the club. The site provides a one-stop shop for all information pertaining to snowmobiling on beautiful Grand Island. There is a meeting planned for Wednesday, December 4th at the Grand Island Rod & Gun Club, 1083 Whitehaven Rd at 7:30 p.m. Pizza and wings will be provided after the meeting along with story time.
   There are approximately 17 miles of trails on Grand Island, you can go to the website to take a look at the map. The club is looking for volunteers to finish the trail staking & signing on Saturday, November 30th and if needed Sunday, December 1st. Meet at Marston Power Equipment, 1970 Grand Island Blvd. at 9:00 a.m.




Next Meeting, Wednesday Nov. 6th - 2013

   The Grand Island Snowmobile Club meets the first Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Grand Island Rod & Gun Club, 1083 Whitehaven Rd. Everyone is welcome to attend. Registration may be made at meetings or online at NYS Snowmobile Assoc.