The Alexandria Ledge Climbers snowmobile club, as well as most other clubs in the state, depend on volunteer help to get things done. Operating a snowmobile club involves year round work, all done by volunteers. Without their valuable contributions there would be no snowmobile trails to ride. There are two primary seasons where volunteer help is most in demand and badly needed.
This is where a majority of the trail and equipment maintenance is done. Trees and brush are cleared, bridges are repaired, major improvement to trails, equipment maintenance and fencing and signage. Over the season we create a list of work and then work details are scheduled on a weekend. Work is prioritized and we do what we can with the resources we have. If you are interested in helping with any of this work you can call us at 744-5497 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We also post these events on Facebook and our web page.
There are plenty of ways you can help during the snowmobile season. You can help with clearing fallen trees, rocks or other debris you find on the trail. Also, if you're interesting in becoming a groomer we would like to hear from you. There is some prerequisite training required.
Besides working on trails or operating a groomer there are other ways you can volunteer and help. Things such as membership drives, coordination of events, equipment maintenance, establish relationship with landowners, offer constructive suggestions or help with fund raising events and other thing.