Become a Member
By becoming a member you be contribute to the growth and development of recreational snowmobiling in Saskatchewan.
Take a safety course. With both online and classroom options available, it’s never been easier!
The SSA is dedicated to providing strong leadership and support to members and member clubs, to establish and maintain quality snowmobile trails which are to be used in a safe and environmentally responsible manner, to promote snowmobile safety and training, and to further the enjoyment of organized recreational snowmobiling.
All week long we’ll be posting Snowmobile Safety Tips and information on our Facebook page! Be sure to Like Us, follow along, and share your own safety tips with those you care about. Be safe and have fun!
Hudson Bay 100 Rally, Valentine’s Supper, and Social!
Saturday, February 11, 2017
Entry fee is $20 and includes your First Chance and Trail lunch! Extra chances are $10 each.
Cash & Great Prizes
- Best Three (3) hands
- Riders carrying winning hands
- Rider selling the most ghost hands
- Plus Raffles and Silent auctions!
- 9:00am – 11:30am | Registration and Departure from Brooks Hall
- 4:00pm to 7:00pm | Supper at Brooks Hall
- 7:00pm to End | Midnight lunch, Social, and music by “James Williams”
Proceeds for the Trail System and Grooming Equipment.
For more information contact:
Hudson Bay Tourism: (306)865-2263
Rick Watt: (306)865-2462
Rick Dolezsar: (306)865-2261 or (306)865-2113
Please don’t drink and ride.
The Easter Seals™ Snowarama is a family-oriented fundraising event held in Yorkton that combines winter fun and community spirit in support of Easter Seals Saskatchewan. In 2016 over 160 snowmobile enthusiasts rallied for a great cause and raised $133,500. A HUGE thank you to all of our supporters, riders, volunteers and sponsors. Snowarama would not be possible without your continued support!
Funds raised from the Easters Seals™ Snowarama support programs that are offered and operated by the Saskatchewan Abilities Council such as Camp Easter Seal, Summer Fun, and Adaptive Technology Services. These programs provide recreational opportunities for children with disabilities in Saskatchewan and aim to enhance their self-confidence and independence.
John Denysek, Regional Director, Yorkton Branch.
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