Woodford SnoBusters
Bennington County, Vermont
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Woodford Snobusters

Welcome SnoBusters:

 TMA sales coming soon for the 2105-2016 season.  Price to set at the VAST ANNUAL MEETING So please check back in October for Early Bird sales. 

The Woodford SnoBusters are pleased to announce this years WSB Educational Scholarship Award winner.
           2015 winner Megan McKenna

Check out the  WSB Educational Scholarship Award Program tab and apply.

(On Line TMA & Club Membership now available)
2015-2016 Prices to be set at the Vast Annual Meeting



Snowmobile Safety Courses are required for the following people to ride in Vermont.

  Those individuals 12 years of age and older, born after July 1, 1983, must have completed and
passed a certified Safety Course prior to operating a snowmobile on the VAST Trail System and
then they may do so without adult supervision. 

Register early before the classes fill up.

Please Help our Volunteers - Register by Mail

     Private Landowners & National Forest  Acknowledgement

The Snobusters would like to thank the Green Mountain National Forest and the private landowners for letting us use
their land for our trails. We would not be able to enjoy the trails if it weren’t for good people like you. THANKS AGAIN!

Special People Ride 2014 date has been set check calendar of events!

Hot Dog Roast 2014 date has been set check calendar of events! 

Click on the Membership tab to down load a form or register on line starting 10-22-13. Returning your completed application by mail will save you riding time and $’s. Why not do it today and avoid the lines? You’ll also be helping Betty Roark, our Membership Chairperson, who will spend countless hours processing applications. Checks, Mastercard and Visa are accepted payment by mail. Thanks for Your Help.
  Remember … Support were you ride, and Think Snow!          


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