Club News and Updates
Dec 11 2018: An introductory message from our new president, Tyler Tollefson.
Ramsey Bay Snowmobile Club Members,
I wanted to send out a quick message to our members introducing myself to those of you that I have not met. My name is Tyler Tollefson and I will be our clubs president for the next two years. My wife Erin (nee Harder) and I reside in Weyburn, Saskatchewan and have two daughters Sawyer and Burke.
I was born and raised in Weyburn and had never been north of Prince Albert until Erin and I met in 2002. I immediately fell in love with the north and Weyakwin Lake so much so that Erin and I chose it to be the setting for our wedding in 2010. We spend the majority of our winter and summer vacation time as a family at Weyakwin and look forward to doing so for many years to come!
If you have questions, concerns or ideas please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or on my cell 306-861-2406. (Please note I am not on Facebook so if you post on there I will not see it)
Safe and Happy Sledding!
Nov 29/18: 5 or 6 inches of snow in the past few days will definitely improve sledding conditions. A crew of six went to George Lake today cutting firewood on the way and filled the woodshed. Thanks to Bill, Gerry, Ken, Jim, Mike and Peter we should have enough firewood for this season.
A reminder of the scheduled trail clearing to Musquash on Saturday.
Nov 28/18: We are scheduling trail clearing for Saturday Dec 1. The Kids Lake Trail to the Musquash shelter needs some work. Meet at the Seacan at 9 am, bring loppers and/or hand saw, pack a lunch and hopefully we will reach the shelter for a later lunch.
Nov 15/18: A successful annual general meeting was held on Nov 10/18 with many items being discussed. Click on meetings to view minutes and reports. We also have a newly elected executive. Many thanks and welcome to the new executive members and a big thanks to the out going president (Wayne Harnett) and Secretary/Treasurer (Tyler Hooey) who both served for 4 years.
There is 7 to 10 inches of ice on the lake and although we have not had a recent snowfall there is enough of a base for sledding.