Club meetings are held on the second Sunday of every month as listed below. Meetings are held at 7:30pm & are located at the Brickyard Bar & Grill at 203W 7Th Street, Neillsville, WI 54456*
*A meal is provided at the close of the meeting, CASH bar only.
October 12, 2014
November 9, 2014
December 14, 2014
January 11, 2015
Febraury 8, 2015
March 8, 2015
April 12, 2015
CLUB NEWS AND INFO
Antique snowmobile show will be held at the Clark County Fairgrounds. Registration starts at 9:00a.m., awards to begin at 1:00p.m.
Legislation Change is coming…
The WI Snowmobile Trail Pass Effective July 1, 2015 Ø Effective July 1, 2015, snowmobile registration will cost $30/3 year from the current $30/2 year.
Ø All snowmobiles operating in WI will now be required to display a WI Trail Pass (purchased separately from snowmobile registration).
Ø Increases the non-resident trail pass fee from current $35/year to $50/year.
Ø Includes a 4-year sunset clause which requires re-evaluation (2019) by the legislature prior to renewal of the WI Trail Pass program.
Ø The annual (yearly) WI Trail Pass will be available to members who belong to both a snowmobile club and the Association of WI Snowmobile Clubs (AWSC) for $10 through the AWSC office in DeForest, WI, for each of your WI registered snowmobiles. Snowmobile owners who don’t hold membership in these groups will pay $30 for the required WI Trail Pass through the DNR.
Ø Your snowmobile club will be responsible for your AWSC membership which makes you eligible for the discounted WI Trail Pass.
Ø The WI Trail Pass is brand new in 2015 and is a separate item from your snowmobile registration.
Ø Non-residents may purchase a discounted trail pass if your snowmobile is registered in WI and you belong to a snowmobile club and the AWSC.
Ø Revenue generated from the sale of snowmobile registrations and WI Trail Passes will be deposited into the state snowmobile segregated fund, which is used to pay snowmobile clubs to maintain and develop the trails. WI trails are made possible by snowmobile club volunteers who provide the labor to brush, sign and groom the trails and the landowners who allow trails to cross their property