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On February 7, 1971, thirty-five interested families attended the first snowmobile meeting at the Universalist Church in Hartland Four Corners, Vermont.  Bill Sumner, of Woodstock, Vermont, who was at the time UVM Extension Agent for Windsor County, was called to help this group form the snowmobile club.  Officers were elected that evening.  Twenty-two families signed up with the club.  On February 14, 1971, there was another meeting to choose the name of the club, set dues, and make future plans.





The Club maintains approximately 45 miles of trails in town and has approximately 125 Landowners.  The club is very active, with events planned during the riding season as well as during the off season.  The club has regular meetings from October through April.  The meetings are held the 3rd Sunday of each month at 7 pm at the Hartland Recreation Center, in Hartland Three Corners.  The April meeting is also our annual Landowners' “Thank You” dinner, which is held at 5:30 pm with the meeting following.


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