The International Snowmobile Hall of Fame has announced its class of 2016 and, as always, it’s a great one — honoring some of the people who have made our sport great.
All week, we’ll be running the press releases from the Hall. This release isn’t on a person so much as it is a club, as the Fundy Trail Snowmobile Club earned recognition for their work in far eastern Canada. The actual induction ceremony will be September 23-24 in Eagle River, Wisconsin.
Fundy Trail Snowmobile Club Named Club Of The Year
Eagle River, WI, August 8, 2016 – The International Snowmobile Hall of Fame, Eagle River, WI will induct the Fundy Trail Snowmobile Club from Folly Lake, Nova Scotia on September 24, 2016, as the Club of The Year.
Over 225 members make up this active year around club that was started 46 years ago. Communication among themselves, other clubs in the area and the local community is a priority with the Fundy Trail Snowmobile Club. They emphasize safety and landowner respect in all their activities.
Meeting all year at their renovated club house, they also have a trailside “Dad’s” warming hut dedicated to the memory of their members Dads who have passed.
The Fundy Trail Snowmobile Club was awarded the Snowmobile Association of Nova Scotia Club of the Year in 2015 and the Canadian Council of Snowmobile Organizations Club of the Year for 2016. Now they are also the International Snowmobile Club of the Year, awarded by the International Snowmobile Hall of Fame.
The International Snowmobile Hall of Fame was founded to provide a place for the snowmobiling community, governments and related business organizations to recognize the dedicated individuals related to the world wide sport of snowmobiling. For more information on the Induction Weekend, September 23-24, please visit www.ishof.com