Since last month, our club has gotten our webpage setup and going. You and your friends can go online to centrallakessnowmobileclub.com, and get current information on trail conditions, club activies, club contacts, meeting location and times, Weather and snow depth maps, and much more. Also, check out our sponsor page and see who is supporting snowmobiling in your area, then you can show them support by shopping at their businesses.
We got some snow Tuesday, Jan. 14, and got the trails groomed on Jan. 15, so get out there and ride those trails and enjoy your hobby to the fullest. We will continue to be grooming the trails at least two times a week until it melts.
Thank you landowners for letting us cross your land.
The Kimball Area Chamber of Commerce sponsored a Vegas Night at Generations Ballroom in Kimball. Chamber members served as dealers, and members and their guests enjoyed hours of fun and good food. Each individual’s “winnings” were used to bid on auction items at the end of the evening. Local businesses donated the auction items. Steve Maus was pressed into service as auctioneer. Staff photo by Jean Doran Matua.
Please note the change in schedule for only January for the Eden Valley Food Shelf.
We will be open the second Wednesday, Jan. 8, and the fourth Wednesday, Jan. 22.
For all Chamber members and their guests
Saturday, Jan. 18, The Kimball Chamber of Commerce will have their 12th annual Vegas Night Social at Generations Ballroom. From 6:30-7:30 p.m. will be the social hour and hors d’oeuvres, 7-9:30 is games, and 9:45-? is auction.
Games are Texas Hold’em, Blackjack, and Bingo.
Chamber members and businesses may drop off their gifts/donations at the Harvest Bank, Thomes Insurance Group, and Tom Ehlinger American Family Insurance office. Tickets are $12.50 per person and must be purchased or reserved before the event.
Happy Winter to All from the Central Lakes Snowmobile Club. We are once again in full swing with Club activities preparing for another great year. Our club maintains more than 30 miles of trails in the Watkins, Kimball, Pearl and Grand Lake areas as well as Kingston. We would like to express our gratitude to the many landowners and dedicated club members that make YOUR trail system possible.
We have recently been out on our trails putting up signs, clearing brush and in some places, re-routing new trails. You will now find a new trail through the city of Watkins as well as north of Powder Ridge, so pay special attention to the signs in those areas.