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New Officers elected on 4/13/14. The Secretary positition is still open. Please volunteer!

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Jeff Gamelli- SAM Snowmobiler of the Year!

Jeff Gamelli, president of The Knox Trail Sno-Riders, is the recipient of  the 2014 SAM Snowmobiler of the Year award. Presenting the award is SAM President, Dan Gould (r). Jeff received the award on Mar. 10 at the Annual SAM meeting at the Blue Bonnet Diner in Northampton, MA.

Adopt-a-Highway clean-up  

Join us on Sunday morning, April 27, 2014 for the annual KTSR litter pick-up. Meet at the Groomer Garage across the street from the Knox Trail Inn!

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I lost my Trail Pass sticker or want to transfer it to a different sled. Here's what to do!

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Club president Jeff Gamelli presented a check to winner Fred G.  for half of the pot at the KTSR Annual Poker Run and Picnic on Feb.16, 2014. Fred's hand was 4 Aces!

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SPECIAL TRAIL ALERT!  Twining Pond Trail #18 between Parking area P8 and Junction KT 6 is rough and dangerous.  A very steep section is solid ice and exposed rocks. Only the most experienced riders with capable snowmobiles should use this trail. All others must avoid it. P3 at Rt. 8 and Alan Rd. #20 is a recommended alternative. 

STAY OFF THE PIPELINE between the east entrance to Fire Tower Trail (39) , across School House Road, to Amos Case Road (26).


Belden Road between East Otis Road and Schoolhouse Road is heavily patrolled. There are plenty of alternate routes now that Trail 39 has re-opened from Woodruff Trail  KT9.1 to the new intersection KT07 on Alan Road. When heading east on Trail 39, you must turn north and leave the gas line. The gas line is CLOSED from there east to old intersection KT08 on Amos Case Road trail 26/95.

The roads in the Tolland State Forest Campground are not open to snowmobiles. This area is reserved for cross country skiiers. There are no restrictions in Tolland State Forest. If you use parking at P2, the lake is the only way to the trails.

The Club needs a Newsletter Editor! 
All you have to do is compile  4- 8.5x11 pages with articles (of your own and others) and photos 4 times per season. Interested?

CHEF NEEDED! The Club ALWAYS needs a breakfast chef for Sunday morning meeting breakfasts! Here's how to volunteer

Special Notice about buying trailpasses online 

Correction: If your local map is the fifth edition it may have an error. The intersection of the Knox Trail (10) and Myer's Trail (9) may be labeled KT35. It should be KT33. Sorry

Question: Would you rather spend $500 or $95? 
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