Maintenance of Trails
Be part of a team that maintains a section of Trail;
Brushing trees and shrubs.
Repairing bridges and culverts; Put up fencing and safety
ribbons to control traffic in winter.
Service our designated Permit Outlets; Process Club's
Put up OFSC prescribed signage prior to trail opening -
usually early December.
Become a "signage" expert, and help train others.
Designated Trail Patrol
Check every machine for Trail Permits, and if none, ask
them to purchase one on the spot.
Always be a Trail Ambassador for safety.
Become a contact person for Landowners to get their
consent to enter their property.
Let us know how many you wish to handle.
Help to sell advertising for the District Map or Sponsors
for a fundraiser.
& Equipment Shed/Club House
Organize and clean the Groomer Shop and yard, as required.
Arrange to have equipment repaired; Be the Safety
Training is mandatory; Help the Groomer Operators with
Pick up the incoming Mail at the Post Office.
Become the contact person for Volunteers.
Create and maintain the Volunteer List/Registration.
Volunteer Executive Committee
Prepare the Club's Annual Budget and keep track of money
Send out information emails.
Record Minutes of all Meetings.
Chainsaw, Signage, Mechanics, Trail Patrol, Grooming.
Fundraising Events & Socials
Organize a Social (in or out of season) a BBQ or a Club