May Meeting: Our May meeting will be next Thursday, May 17th at the Fire Station #3 in West Laramie, 2374 W Jefferson St starting at 6:30pm. At this meeting we our main focus is to see what interest there would be in starting a UTV/ATV/Motorcycle group. With more and more roads and areas being closed to motorized users, we want to create a organized group to help fight this. The main goal will be access, not dues or pot lucks! Everyone is welcome!
Officer Elections: We are still looking for someone to take over the Secretary/Treasurer position. We will have elections at our September meeting. If you or anyone you know is interested in helping out, please let us know.
Highway Clean Up: With WYDOT working to get HWY 130 over the Snowy Range open, we need to get up to Green Rock parking lot for a highway clean up on our adopted highway section. We are looking at Saturday June 2nd or Sunday June 3rd for our first clean up day. We will send out the exact date and time when it gets closer.
Hut Maintenance: This summer we plan to replace the floors in both safety shelters and do a lot of other much needed maintenance on them. We are hoping to be able to haul the shelters to town to do this, but we are waiting on the ok to do so. Once we know where we will be working on them, we will set a date and let everyone know.
Youth Camping: Our Youth Club will be hosting a “Leave No Trace” camping and clean up trip in the Snowy Range August 4th and 5th. Any youth or adults are welcome to attend. For more information, please contact Cameron Olsen at 307-399-9994.
Wood Cutting: We want to get all of the wood cut for the shelters before the snow starts to fly this year. The weekend of September 15th and 16th we plan on cutting wood for both shelters. We hope to turn this into a overnight camping and 4-wheeler trip also.
As always, if you have any questions or would like to sign up for any of the summer events, just shoot us a email.
We hope to have a great turn out at the meeting next Thursday. Invite your friends and family. Summer motorized users need to have a voice!