In April we lost one of own, Clay Stevens. He will be deeply missed by all our members and everyone who knew him. He enjoyed being outdoors, spending many days in Jackman at camp, out on Sebago Lake on his pontoon boat, or relaxing by his camper in various campgrounds throughout Maine. He loved hunting and fishing trips up north and tropical vacations down south. You could find him anywhere from running rabbits with his beagles at the Beagle Club in Buxton, riding his snowmobile all over the state, or camped out at the racetrack watching NASCAR or local races. He was a committed member of the Standish Sno-Seeker's Snowmobile Club, spending many hours grooming and cleaning up the trails. Clay loved his toys, including his Harley that he took on many rides in the summer. He was also the 'Clark Griswold' of Standish, known for his Christmas light display each year and his love and generosity during the Christmas season. Clay was a family man who enjoyed nothing more than spending time with his wife and family. In honor of Clay, we will be dedicating the train trestle bridge in his name, as racing on the lake by the bridge was one of his favorite things to do. He will be missed.
If you would like to make a donation to the club in Clay's name, please visit the online store and purchase any quantity of trail fund donations and type 'In Memory of Clay Stevens' in the comments sections. Thank you!
Standish Sno-Seekers Snowmobile Club