On Dec 15, 2018 more then 20 Osceola Valley Sno-Goer volunteers cleared the Stower Trail. 2 work parties were created I only was able to take pictures of one work party but two work parties worked. Thanks to all our great volunteers that came out to work.
Our shelter ride held on February 10th was a huge draw.
This Saturday, Feb 10th, we will be having our club shelter ride. The club will be providing hotdogs, chips, hot chocolate, and water. Feel free to bring anything else you may need. We will meet at the shelter at 9:00am, go ride until noon and meet back at the shelter for the bon-fire and wienieContinue reading “Shelter Ride – February 10, 2018”
Due to poor trail conditions in the Solon Springs area, the Club Safari this weekend has been moved to the Prentice / Phillips area. Solon Springs only received a dusting yesterday and the high temperatures last weekend caused the trails to deteriorate. Prentice had 8+ inches of snow yesterday and trails are being groomed. If you reserved a room atContinue reading “2018 Club Safari Weekend Plans – REVISED”
Club safari to Solon Springs, WI is Jan 26th-27th, 2018. See details below for room reservations. St. Croix Inn The St. Croix Inn Motel is nestled on the shore of Lake St. Croix and we are one of the most popular motels in Solon Springs, Wisconsin. Let’s get SNOW and MEMBERS to fill the roomsContinue reading “2018 Club Safari Weekend Plans”
As a non-profit organization, the Osceola Valley Sno-Goers snowmobile club raises funds to support local snowmobile trail access, development, and maintenance for all to enjoy. We also use the funds we raise to give back to our community. On December 4th, we made a donation to the Open Cupboard to help fill their food shelves to fight hunger. On behalf of the Open Cupboard, picturedContinue reading “Club donation to Open Cupboard”
On December 2nd, they had a great showing of vintage sleds at the 10th Annual Osceola Vintage Sled Round-Up at Hank’s Bar. Thanks to club member Doug Strain for the great drone shots.
The recent Wisconsin DNR-sponsored Snowmobile Safety class put on by our club at Osceola High School was a huge draw. We had 28 kids from the Osceola area participate. Our club paid all entry fees for the participants. Thanks Duane Wolter and other volunteers for your time and effort to offer this important training to our local kids.
Check out the scene in and around our booth at the fair. Thanks for all support of our club member volunteers and photos courtesy of member Mark Kuhl.
Here are a few pictures taken from a club member Doug Strain’s drone hovering over the truck pull track area at last September’s Osceola Community Fair.