The club has enjoyed many excellent sponsors over the years. We are currently in our sponsorship drive again. We offer many marketing opportunities for our sponsors and would appreciate your consideration. Please visit this link for more information.
There are some big changes in our approach to grooming operations. This will be the first year that GSC will bring grooming operations in-house. The decision have been made to purchase grooming equipment and hire employees to run the operations. We believe this decision will allow us greater flexibility to adapt to circumstances and give us the ability to better align revenues and expenditures. We want to thank Kelly Bushman and his team at Willowbank Outfitters for many years of dedicated service. They have made us what we are but now we will transition to a model that sees us operating our grooming program in house. This process will take a few years to complete in full but we are hopeful that we can offer our members the level of service they expect while keeping costs within our revenues.
The lockdown of late spring hit us hard. We had excellent snow and all things in place to groom late in to the season when we were required by the provincial government to shut down operations. Our budgeting process and revenues took a major hit and it’s forced us to re-evaluate our operations. This upcoming season we will have protocols in place to protect our staff and our members. You can expect that protocols inside of the Quartz cabin and our mobile cabin will take in to account Covid requirements.
The Golden Snowmobile Club’s Annual General Meeting will be held on Oct 29, at the Island Restaurant at 7pm. You will need to be a member if you would like to vote – become a member here. The GSC is also looking to fill a couple of board of directors. Please reach out if you’re interested in a role on the board.