Mountains of Southwestern Pennsylvania
Laurel Ridge State Park
Seven Springs Mountain Resort
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Laurel Highlands 2017-2018
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Groomer: After two
years of hard work, we are pleased to report that we have our third groomer
on the mountain. The new groomer is named
after long-time member the late Roy (Dub) Miller.
NEW PICS Thanks to everyone that stopped
out at the Trailside Cookout
Saturday. Everyone had a great time. We signed up some new members and
received a lot of donations that will help support the club. Hope to have
another cookout this season.
March 3, 2018
April 7, 2018
Meetings are normally held at
7:30 p.m. on the first Saturday of every month from
September through April at Chuck Dewalt's: 119 Blue Bird Lane, Rockwood, PA
15557 (2 miles past Kings Mountain Golf Course).
Social and E-mail Correspondence
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announcements about activities, trail work, and ways to support the club
during the snowmobile season.
Why should I
join the Maple Summit Snowmobilers?
Maple Summit Snowmobile
Club is a small club located near Cranberry Glade Lake in the beautiful Laurel
Mountains of Southwestern Pennsylvania. We are responsible for building
bridges and maintaining and insuring the trails at Seven Springs to just north
of Ohiopyle State Park.
Our Club's purpose is to promote friendship and good snowmobiling among all riders. Members are encouraged
to attend monthly meetings.
MEMBERSHIP RENEWALS for the 2017-2018
season are due. You can
print an application
from the web
site. Remember, these trails are insured and maintained privately by local
clubs and we need your support.
New members are welcome to join at any time!!
GOOD NEWS!!! If you
remember, back in the spring we applied for a DCNR grant so that we could
purchase a set of Matt tracks and a new Mogul master drag for our trail
truck. Well, we're happy to share with you that the
DCNR has approved our grant.
We would like to say
Thank You to the members who have paid their dues and sent in extra
donations . . . we could not do it without you. The trails are ready and the
gates will be open as soon as we have enough snow, The chuckwagon is waiting
and we will have as many trailside cookouts as we possibly can this season.
We will need everyone's help this year in supporting the club as we will be
financially challenged with the purchase of this new equipment due to the
required 20% match. We are asking if you have not paid your membership,
please do so as soon as possible, if you have any friends that are not
members of the club, please ask them to join. We need all the help we can
get. We hope to see you on the trails soon.
TRAIL WORK has been done during the off season to
maintain the trails.
We are always looking for extra donations and
volunteers to help with trail work and equipment
are available for purchase. The cost is $5.00 for members and $10.00 for
nonmembers. Send your requests to Dave
McCarty, 2533 Harrison City Road, Export, PA 15632, 724-519-7093, or
MEMBERS: Reach out to other snowmobilers that are not already
a member and get them to support and join the club. Everyone that uses
these trails benefits from this club's efforts. These trails are
maintained, insured, and paid for from dues and donations received by the club.
Remember that Maple Summitís trail system is maintained by volunteers
that make it possible for everyone to have a smooth ride.
Laurel Mountain Snowmobile Trail Fund:
The Maple Summit, Laurel Highlands, and Rolling
Ridge Snowmobile Clubs have started an account with the PA Parks & Forests
Foundation to deposit money raised to help improve, maintain, and possibly
expand our snowmobile trails in the Laurel Highlands. Click here for more details. Click here for donation
Every year during the holiday season our club
purchases gifts for the
Children's Aid Home Programs of Somerset County.
to view some of the new Thank You letters we received.
"Club Keeps Tabs on
A newspaper article about our
club was published in the Sunday, January 14, 2007, edition of the
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Click here to
view a scanned copy of the actual newspaper article and photos.
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by Webmaster Jon Podlesny.