ABOUT OFSC DISTRICT ONE
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"The state of snowmobiling in Eastern Ontario is strong and vigorous", was the message from the OFSC District 1 office manager John Boals.
He feels that sledders had a great season of over 14 plus weeks of snowmobiling and as one volunteer groomer operator commented "I spent more weeks grooming than what I spend in the summer cutting the lawn". As a whole the season was a great success. "On the business side of things, we've had a very busy year, as a district office, assisting the clubs and associations of District 1", he added. Mr. Boals explained that the clubs and associations of the district saw some very impressive numbers on how and where those hard-earned trail permit dollars went.
The 2013-2014 season saw 45 large groomers use over $238,000 in fuel over 13,000 hours of machine time to groom more than 3900 kms of club trails. The number of permits sold last season increased by 17% from the previous year, at a total of 9690 plus. A big thank you goes out to everyone that bought a trail permit and we know you will be renewing your permit this coming season. In spite of this long season "winter is back", the club volunteers kept the groomers running with no major breakdowns did extensive trail clearing and re-routing and even built new bridges.
The OFSC and District 1 Office, itself, granted $56,000 to three different clubs for trail improvement projects. However, these clubs put in a notable amount of $5,600 of their own to carry out these endeavors. This is why it is so important to purchase your permit from the club where you ride.
Clearly, trail permit dollars are going a long way towards providing sledders with quality trail development, improvement and maintenance. However, these accomplishments could not have been realized without the small corps of 1000 dedicated volunteers who, last year, put in over 90,000 hours of their own time performing these invaluable tasks.
Another great contribution one can make is to become an active member of a club. By doing this you would have a say in the decisions on future improvements and developments in your area. You just might have a great idea that will benefit every snowmobiler in your club.
All being said, District 1 and all its snowmobilers extend their greatest appreciation to the landowners of Eastern Ontario for their generosity in making their property available for our use each year. It would be difficult to imagine the state of the sport without their cooperation.
See you at the next club meeting or event, or better yet - on the trails!
OFSC DISTRICT ONE PURPOSE
The District 1 office of the O.F.S.C. is located in Morrisburg, and responds to administrative issues and fieldwork inquiries from the 23 snowmobile clubs and associations in Eastern Ontario.
The district consists of the area west to Napanee, north to Calabogie and east to the Ontario/Quebec border. It has over 3900 km of marked, groomed trails.
The clubs in District 1 sell over 9,600 trail permits annually to families in Eastern Ontario.
The O.F.S.C. mission is to provide strong leadership and support to its member clubs. It is the club members themselves who establish and maintain the quality of the snowmobile trails in an environmentally responsible manner for the safe enjoyment of organized snowmobilers.
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