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We will mail you your Club membership ID number by mail or you can pick it up at a club meeting (visit meeting tab for future times and locations)
This number will be needed before you will be able to  RENEW or register your sled or sleds at reduced rate beginning July 1st 2015 .

Your Id number is generated by the AWSC  The (Association of Wisconsin  snowmobile Clubs) than will be Cross referenced to the DNR,s Registration system for verification for processing.

We HIGHLY suggest and recommend to become a member now and get your membership ID

number before July 2015. This way you will avoid the last minutes rushes and delays that always seems to occur ?    

 

The Amery Snowmobile Club was formed 1969.  The club was started by individuals dedicated to the growing sport of Snowmobiling.  They started the club with one trail and groomed that one trail with nothing more then a homemade drag pulled behind their own snowmobiles. 
Our Club has grown from that single trail.  But our dedication has remained the same if it hasn’t grown.  Our clubs dedication to snowmobiling is only second to our dedication to our family.  It is this dedication to snowmobiling and family that our club strives to encourage in all of our events. 
If you are an avid snowmobile and never have belonged to a club, shame on you.  The trail system in Wisconsin is completely maintained by Volunteers.  Trail funding is only partly funded by State funds.  When the state money runs out trails are maintained by club money.  This money is raised by club members Volunteering their time and money to help raise money for our club.  A $25 membership is a small price to help keep our trails safe.   
If you are a club member who has let their membership lapse, update your membership, take note of our dates and volunteer.  By volunteering you get the satisfaction of knowing that you helped keep our trail system strong for generations to come.

 

The Amery Snowmobile Club Needs you! 

 How can you become part of one of these fabulous organizations? Join the Amery Snowmobile Club!

Our club is on a constant mission to maintain and improve our trail system.

That takes manpower. In recent years snowmobile club membership has dwindled and responsibility for maintaining the system has fallen on fewer and fewer volunteers.

The Amery snowmobile Club is responsible for 52 miles of trail in the area  

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Your Name

We will mail you your Club membership ID number by mail or you can pick it up at a club meeting (visit meeting tab for future times and locations)
This number will be needed before you will be able to  RENEW or register your sled or sleds at reduced rate beginning July 1st 2015 .

Your Id number is generated by the AWSC  The (Association of Wisconsin  snowmobile Clubs) than will be Cross referenced to the DNR,s Registration system for verification for processing.

We HIGHLY suggest and recommend to become a member now and get your membership ID

number before July 2015. This way you will avoid the last minutes rushes and delays that always seems to occur ?    

 

If you ever find yourself in a similar situation, please use the following details to help persuade potential sno-goers to join a club. 

 

Club Membership Benefits:

  • The new 3 yr. registration system is less expensive vs. the previous 2 yr. system.
    • Savings with club membership over registration period = $15, non-membership = $30, for single sled owners.
  • Club membership dues are more affordable and comparatively reduced to $5/yr. over the 3 year registration/trail pass period for a single sled owner.
    • Single sled registration costs only $5 extra per year to join a club vs. non-membership.
  • Registration of 2 or more sleds offers significant monetary savings for club members (2=$45, 3=105, 4=$165).
  • Money stays local.
    • Provides greater control over resources to maintain your most frequented trails.
  • Encourages greater community engagement/camaraderie.
    • Creates more charitable community involvement; land owner appreciation, food shelf assistance, scholarships, etc.
  • Club volunteer work is appreciated yet not mandatory.
    • Participate as your schedule allows.
    • Focus in areas most suitable to your skills.
  • Free local, community and statewide recreational updates along with AWSC membership and magazine subscription included.

Encourage your friends to join! 

 

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