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Golf outing is this weekend and we are still looking for 2 teams of 4 and two players to join another twosome. This yearly event will be held at Chautauqua Point on June 6th @ 1PM. This is a 4 person per team 9 hole event that costs $130.00 per 4-some. Price includes Golf, Cart, Beverages, BBQ Lunch and prize tickets. We are also looking for sponsors for each hole! Please contact Marcus at clscevents@chautauquasnow.com ASAP if you would like to book a spot or sponsor this event. Local business as well as businesses from other locations always welcome as sponsors.

Mark your calendars! The yearly golf outing at Chautauqua Point will be held on June 6th @ 1PM. This is a 4 person per team 9 hole event that costs $130.00 per 4-some. Price includes Golf, Cart, Beverages, BBQ Lunch and prize tickets. We are also looking for sponsors for each hole! We already have 4 spots filled, please contact Marcus at clscevents@chautauquasnow.com if you would like to book a spot or sponsor this event. Local business as well as businesses from other locations always welcome as sponsors. We will post more details about this event as we have them...

Thank you for a wonderful season and to all those who elected the new officials. Below are the election results for the 2015 - 2016 season, please support anyway you can as we look forward to next year!

President: Andy Szewczuk
Vice-President: Rodney Sandberg
Secretary: Paul Weatherlow
Treasurer: Bob Perry (Clymer)
Activities Coordinator: Marcus Maloney
Membership Coordinator: Matt Terrill
Fund Raising Coordinator: Jeff Richards
Landowner Coordinator: Kelly Perry
Safety Coordinator: Scott Shapert
Board of directors: Jeff Richards, Mark Kawski, Rick Syper, Chris Jaynes, Steve Burmaster, Rick Barnes and Jason Donato




Trails are closed at this time do to warm temperatures and rain. Forecast doesn’t look good for the rest of the season because of the ground softening. It has been a great season with over a month of outstanding riding conditions. Thank you to all the members for supporting the club over the year and the volunteers who donate their time to keep the trail system open and functional. We also appreciate the landowners for being so gracious and letting us use their land each year.

Well this weekend turned out to be a great one for riding! 40 degrees and slushy snow made for some great trails in spots and not so great trails in others. We were out grooming where we could but with slush it gets beat up very quickly with traffic. We heard of multiple groups getting 200+ miles on their final day of riding which is outstanding for being so late in the winter. All in all, a very good last day of riding for most of us. We will continue to monitor the trails and close them down after the warm weather this week eats away at the base. Please keep an eye on the website/facebook/twitter for the trails to close as it can close at any time.

Trails are still in great shape after the warmup early in the week. The expected rain fell south of our area and we are still setup with colder temps going into the weekend. Temps will get near the above freezing mark this weekend and climb north next week. This could be the last real good weekend for riding so be sure to get out enjoy while we still have base! Because of some thawing, corners may be icy so use caution this weekend. There will be lots of newer people on the trail system because of the registration free weekend.

Trails are open and in very good condition with an outstanding base over most of the trail system. Groomers are working very hard to keep everything groomed and the equipment running. We have had multiple groomers break down over the busy month, but things are finally getting back to normal. Temps are forecasted to stay cool for the foreseeable future so get out and ride and stay safe!

Trails are in great condition with good base and drifting snow in places. The colder temperatures are keeping the base around but do not allow for the groomed trails to freeze how we’d like them. Below normal temps are expected through this week and we will be out grooming to smooth things where we can. Once the temps warm up a bit the groom will hold a little longer and conditions will improve in the rougher locations. Some trails around Mayville can be rated a 10 so get out and ride and enjoy!

While CLSC holds a position of never riding on the lake due to unforeseen dangers, there has been an advisory issued for all sleds to stay off the lake. Due to the heavy amounts of snow, ice conditions are poor in spots with very deep snow and slush. We have already lost multiple sleds so please don’t let it be a life we lose next!

Trails are in GREAT shape and the colder temps are back and expected to last through the weekend. We have a good base with more snow in the forecast and some icy spots so use caution around corners as it will be a busy weekend.

This weekend we are having our annual Spaghetti Dinner at the clubhouse from 12-6PM on 2/14 which is the same weekend as the Chautauqua Winter Festival, be sure to stop by for this fun event! We are always looking for volunteers to work the parking lot, if interested please contact us to setup a time. We will also be selling 50/50 at the clubhouse on 2/14. 1 for 2, 3 for 3 and 8 for 5. Winner does not need to be present to win!

The annual poker run benefiting StartFlight will be held on Sunday 2/15 with registration starting at 11AM. Check out our website for a flyer as well as starting locations.

Trails are still in good shape following the warmup with temps in the 40’s and some freezing rain. Grooming will be more productive once the temps go back down later this week. Temps are expected to be cold and a few snow days are in the forecast so conditions should improve once we can smooth things out again and get a little fresh snow. Use caution around corners as they may be icy.

This weekend we are having our annual Spaghetti Dinner at the clubhouse from 12-6PM on 2/14 which is the same weekend as the Chautauqua Winter Festival. We will also be selling 50/50 at the clubhouse. 1 for 2, 3 for 3 and 8 for 5. Winner does not need to be present to win!

The annual poker run benefiting StartFlight will be held on Sunday 2/15 with registration starting at 11AM. Check out our website for a flyer as well as starting locations.

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