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 one is on Wisconsin grassroots leader Donna White. The actual induction ceremony will be September 23-24 in Eagle River, Wisconsin.
Donna White To Be Inducted Into The International Snowmobile Hall Of Fame
Eagle River, WI, August 8, 2016– The International Snowmobile Hall of Fame will induct Donna White of Cambria, Wisconsin, on September 24, 2016, under the Volunteer category. The same “snowmobile bug” that has infected so many of us really took over Donna White’s life over 40 years ago. To this day, snowmobiling continues to be a major player in her daily activities. Her list of organizations served, offices held, programs created and chaired on local, state and national levels of the sport are too numerous to list here.
As a charter member of her local club back in 1972, Donna has continued to advance through the ranks of organized snowmobiling with an unfailing dedication to making the sport better. She was the first women president of the Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs (AWSC), served on the state’s Governor’s Council for 18 years, was Secretary/ Treasurer of the Midwest Chapter of the International Snowmobile Council (ISC), then its Chair for two years. For the last 15 years she chairs the AWSC Scholarship Program. Donna co-chaired the ISC in Green Bay, WI in 2013 and has attended numerous ISC “Fly-Ins” in Washington to promote the sport to our elected representatives as a member of the Legislative Committee. All this plus ten years on her church board and many years as a 4-H Leader and local volunteer.
Words to describe her career include unselfish volunteer, invaluable player, exemplary service, professionalism and dedication. Donna was inducted into the Iron Dog Brigade in 2004 and now will be inducted into the very prestigious 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