Club meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of the month from
September to April at 7:00 p.m. We have made date changes to the
following meetings the October meeting will be held on October 11,
2012 and the April meeting will be held April 25, 2013.
Attached is the new membership application. Please take the time to fill
it out completely and return with your dues either by mail or in person
at one of our scheduled meetings. In order to get the reduced
registration fee you must be able to provide NYS DMV with a voucher.
When filling out your membership application please put an email address
on your application this will allow NYSSA to email your voucher as soon
as the information is entered into their system by the club secretary.
Please be sure to print legibly and use the name and address as it
appears on your registration. You may also pay your dues and print your
voucher by going to our website www.nickstonertrailers.com and
clicking on the link for the NYSSA website. You may also now renew your
NYS snowmobile registration online by going to
https://transact.dmv.ny.gov. However the club has been informed that
if you renew on line with DMV that Fulton County will not get the credit
in the county trail fund. Please remember to plan accordingly, join the
club and receive your voucher well before you need to register your
snowmobile. Joining the club is not only necessary for you to receive
your voucher but also for you to participate in club functions and have
a say at club meetings. Please remember to protect the NYS Trail
Fund for the 2012-2013 season and register your snowmobiles early.
Our annual poker run is scheduled for February 9th with a
rain date of February 23th.
Please sponsor our website. Individual sponsorship will be $10.00 per
season, your name or saying will be placed under the sponsor section of
the website. A Business sponsorship will be $30.00 per season and will
consist of an ad on our web site.
The club would really like to get more members involved in trail
maintenance and grooming. It is very difficult to try to maintain the
trails with the limited help we receive. Anyone willing to help
maintain the trails please contact Dave Briot