95 Skidoo Formula 368cc 2946 miles $1000
96 Polaris Trail 488cc 2821 miles $1200
2002 Polaris Classic 600cc 4625 miles $2600
2002 Polaris Frontier 4.stroke 700cc 2105 miles $1200
Please email Brenda Walker at email@example.com
Why go out at midnight, stand in long lines to get in the store and pay at the register? Get your Christmas shopping done by visiting our online store at www.standishsnoseekers.com! In addition to club memberships and trail/equipment donations, we have added the ability to purchase trail maps and club raffle tickets in our online store. They both make great stocking stuffers! Check out the great prizes for the raffle. Get your tickets online for only $10.00 each! (You can also contact a club member for tickets)
Had a crew out early this morning while it was sleeting, snowing, raining and everything else mother nature could throw at us! We did get the trestle over the Sticky River decked and ready for the season. Thanks to Paul P., Christina P., Garrett V., Joe M., Paul K, Jim D., and Gracie!
Busy weekend cleaning up after the wind storms over last few weeks. Two large pine trees fell behind Patches Store across a wide corner in the trail. Required 3 guys and 3 saws to limb and cut up the two trees. We then moved to the new clubhouse/groomer barn to empty out the remaining junk that was left in the building and take it to the transfer station. Still some work to do to complete the walls, install windows/doors and electrical work.
Please get out and check the trails in your area to make sure there are not trees down. Bring a pair of loppers and trim back the limbs where you can. Let us know if there are any areas needing work. Thanks!
Due to unforeseen circumstances the Standish Sno-Seekers Snowmobile Club meeting has been cancelled for tonight 11/12. Tentatively rescheduled for Saturday 11/23. Keep an eye on this website for details.
As I write this message, the snow is falling outside and the plow truck just drove by the house! WooHoo!!! Just a reminder that we have a snowmobile club meeting tomorrow at the Standish Town Hall at 6pm. See you all there!
Great news Sno-Seekers, there is 1-3" of snow in the forecast for this Friday! So, before anyone asks... sorry the trails will not be open on Saturday (insert smiley emoji here). This first snowstorm should be a reminder to get your sleds ready, go out and help us with trail clearing, bridgework, etc, and pay your club membership dues and/or donate to our trail maintenance and grooming fund, (now available using our online store).
One of our largest projects this year is the construction of our groomer barn / clubhouse. The new roof is on, the exterior walls are going up, the new garage door is on order and the lot has been cleared and leveled. We could still use donations of electrical supplies/labor, insulation, interior wallboard, a propane heater, etc. Please use the contact form on the website if you can help. Be sure to visit our many contractors that have already donated to this great project. They are listed on the About page on our website. Thanks!
Oh, I almost forgot our next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday November 12th at Standish Town Hall. See you there!
Check out brand our new online store at www.standishsnoseekers.com - You can now purchase your memberships online and also donate to our grooming and trail maintenance funds. Keep an eye out for merchandise options in the future.
We have scheduled our first two meeting dates of the year. they will be October 8th at 6pm (Standish town hall) this meeting will be pot luck as it will be our first meeting of the year. come to have fun. The second date will be November 8th at 6pm (Standish town hall) this will be a coffee only meeting and discussions around our Christmas party and the upcoming grooming season.
We will also be having a moving party to get equipment to the new clubhouse as soon as we have it closed in. the new hoop structure should be arriving soon so we will also have a build party.
Below is an update from Club President Paul Politz:
It’s been one heck of a summer and a lot has happened so far in the off season. First off the clubhouse and surrounding property is coming right along. Most of the trees have been removed (thank you Wing Logging) and I will be in there with my tractor next week making room for the new portable garage for the groomers.. The main structure has been stripped and the new roof is on (big thank you to the Straight Up Roofing crew) along with donations from Home Depot. We will be getting to the new framing work and getting the siding on soon. This winter we will have a place to call our own and to store all our equipment and trail signage needs.
Our 2019 membership form can be found on this website and I have marked off those who have taken advantage of the August early bird signup special. If you haven’t sent your check in you still have a week to get it in. We have not had any new members sign up as of yet. We will also be putting an ad in the shoppers guide to try and drive membership.
I will be organizing another work party in September to get moving equipment and supplies to the new location and to fix the bridge behind the Cross farm, so stay tuned.
Remember to think snow!!!
Paul Politz Jr
(SnoSeeker Webmaster ps.) The Farmer's Almanac came out this week and is saying that "winter is expected to be marked by intense cold and a lot of precipitation, with extremes so wild they're comparing it to an amusement park ride." Bring it on!!!