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Official Grooming Report
Report Date: 23-03-2019
Packed Trail Base (cm): 20
New Snow (72 hrs): 0
Grooming: Atna, Beaver, Clearwater, Jackrabbit Kitlope, Moose, Rainbow, Snowbound Dog_Run
Recommended Wax:
Comments: Its getting pretty thin on all runs listed except the Dog which is still holding up pretty good...there is puddles and some dirt in places but not bad overall...it was starting to freeze when I left.

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We're sorry the website has been down, and we have some sleuthing to do to to find some explanations from the company that controls domain names.  The website is back now, and you can return to finding registration forms, JackRabbits program info, grooming reports, events updates, etc.  Am linking here the updates that have been sent out by email recently.  Just so you know, The Jack Rabbits program is full but you can contact Julie if you would like to waitlist your child for the program.  Also, the tickets for the wood carvings raffle are available.  Please contact Sue if you would like to sell tickets or any executive member if you would like to buy tickets.  See photos below.

Early Bird Prize Winners

Christmas 2017 Newsletter


Raffle! Tickets are now available for sale. The beautiful carvings donated by JJ’s WoodArt can be placed on Dean’s trailer and taken to wherever there is a crowd to display the prizes and sell tickets. Juliana White has painted a great backdrop for the display. Many thanks to her and JJ! Posters with photos and a list of all the projects we have in mind for the profits are also available. Sue has even figured out how to do e-transfers for ticket purchases.


                 First Prize:  wooden bench with carved eagleFirst prize:  bench with carved eagle


 Second Prize:  carved owl2nd prize owl









                                                                      Third Prize:  moose antler with moose and calves in carving3rd prize moose










New Dog Trail map 

The final completion of the Dog Trail is proving hugely popular. Remember, you enter it now just kitty corner to the parking lot. Please watch for logging trucks during the week; they do slow down at our trails but don’t depend on them being able to stop. Always keep your dog leashed until you’re well down the trail. Also, please pick up after your dog, it’s becoming a health hazard for the animals, both wild and domestic.new doggy trail