October 2014 Newsletter

Trail update… Wow…what a summer of trail duties and storms….those of us on the Shriner Ride saw the mess up north of Cty F on trail 39 & 8…they did a great job getting “8” ready.  Thanks to the guys, George and Al, Patrick and Paul, Phil and Gerrit, getting our southern area cleared.  Many of you do a great job keeping an eye on trails and helping….Carl Otto and Dan Weber played on the Casey Loop….thanks guys!  Gates and bridges are on the list for the very near future…..    should I say, call me if you need me”???

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Rolling Hills 40th Anniversary Celebration… November 5th, Lakeview Bar & Grill in Shell Lake, 5:30 pm Social time, 6:30 Dinner, followed by a fun filled tribute to the past 40 years. Join us in reliving the history of where the club started to where we are today!


We had the Shriner’s ride this past Saturday, Sept. 13th.  We had a total of approximately 65 ATV’s registered at three starting points – Wolf Point, The Prime and Tony’s Riverside.  There were 78 people participating in the poker run, which paid out a total of $615 to the top three poker hands.  At mid-day, the Shriner’s served a wiener roast lunch for riders at the Rolling Hills groomer shed in Trego.  The weather was great, although there was a certain amount of dust, and areas of high water, as well as, down trees on the Stoney Brook trail.  Stu and Julienne again put on a great feast at Wolf Point at the conclusion of the ride, and the Shriner’s held their raffle, giving away lots of great prizes.  A good time was had by all, and it was a very successful ride again this year.

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