Crooked River Snowmobile Club
​Casco, Maine

Crooked River Snowmobile Club
Meeting Minutes
October 10, 2018

Attendance:   Fern Ford, Tom Ford, Eric Kapantas, Gary Drew, Carolyn Drew, Robert Symonds, Angela Moen

President’s Report -  Gary welcomed everyone to the meeting and hopes to have a wonderful upcoming season.

Treasurer’s Report – The monthly report will be tabled and presented next month due to the absence of the treasurer. 

Secretary’s Report – The minutes were reviewed from our last meeting in 2018.

Old Business -  
Last year the snow fall totals were disappointing and did not cooperate for our moonlight ride
and poker rally.  We were able to hold a cookout and the pancake breakfast with great success. 
We did not have our last meeting of the year due to a family emergency and therefore was
unable to hold elections.  It is our hope that everyone can hold on to their current positions for 2018-2019 season due to lack of manpower.  If anyone is unable to maintain their positions please get in touch with us. 

New Business-
We will be making some changes to the meeting schedule this year in order to reduce the amount of time that we spend in meetings.  The following is our planned schedule of events for the 2018/2019 season:
November 7th 2018 – 6:30 pm – Business Meeting
January 9th, 2019 – 6:30 – Business Meeting
January 26th – Moonlight Ride – 5PM
February 6th – 6:30 pm – Business Meeting
February 10th – Poker Run – 10AM
March 24, 2019 – Maine Maple Sunday Breakfast
April 10, 2019 – 6:30  Year End Meeting

The meeting locations will be pending and we will send out an announcement before each meeting announcing the location.  We will be eliminating the potluck dinners and replacing them sporadically with pizza parties.  Angel has contacted Lindsey Montana who has agreed to play at our Moonlight Ride on January 26th.  We will send him payment after the November meeting.         

Trail Master’s Report –
The time has come to get ready for the upcoming year.  Bob has put a new drag on his Christmas list for this year.  He spends much time repairing the current drag and believes it is time for an upgrade.  The cutters are not working well on the current drag.  Eric Kapantas has agreed to help research prices on 8.5 foot drags and will present them at our November meeting. 

Trail work is always encouraged by our members and if you are able to help out, please keep note of the equipment that is used and the hours that you have worked so that we may submit that data to the state for reimbursement. 

Let’s keep our fingers crossed for a snow filled year ahead!  See you at our meeting in November!

Respectfully Submitted,

Angela Moen
CRSC Secretary