IPA CLUB NEWS
Friends, IT’s THAT TIME OF YEAR WHEN WE REACH OUT TO ALL TRAIL BLAZERS TO RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP WITH THE IDAHO PATHFINDERS ASSOCIATION. YOUR SUPPORT MEANS: Representing a strong voice for citizens, residents and visitors to the Nezperce Clearwater National Forest to enjoy the bounties of our public lands. Also, in lieu of issues that
Date: January 09. 2019 Location: Pizza Factory, Grangeville Meeting Started at 6:06pm President Todd Stenzel opened meeting with everyone reciting the Pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag affixed to the wall. Minutes of the previous meeting December 05, 2018 were read by Todd Stenzel. Sponsors: Mention and Big Thank You’s for contributions in 2018 by Idaho Pathfinders ATV Club Sponsors:
Don’t forget our very important meeting tomorrow night, for the election of IPA’s officers for 2019. Please plan on attending WEDNESDAY, 01/09/2019 at * 6:00 pm at the Grangeville Pizza Factory Meeting Room. See you then.
Happy New Year! Hope you had a wonderful Holiday Season and all your wishes came true! A BIG thank you to our 2018 sponsors: Central Idaho Properties Real Estate, Grangeville; Swiftwater RV, White Bird; Bud’s Powersports Cottonwood, PJ Walker, and Gosselaar Power Sports, Grangeville! We hope you’ll sponsor us again in 2019! Don’t forget to
Hey Members! This is a Reminder: IPA meeting this Wednesday 11/07/2018 at 7:00 pm at the delicious Pizza Factory in Grangeville. Please join us. Also, if you’d like to get in on the ATV Raffle for Senior Safe Night, Brenda will have raffle tickets available at the meeting. Lets show our support for Dean
Wanting a new ATV? The GHS Seniors are selling tickets for a 4-Wheeler (you can upgrade if you win) for Safe and Sane Senior Fun Night. Great odds; 1 in 150. Bud’s Powersports in Cottonwood is the dealer that is making this happen! Tickets are only $100 each. You can contact Marie or Brenda Heckman
Idaho Pathfinders ATV Club has been unsuccessful putting a ride together for this weekend – September 15th and 16th. Please understand this is a club effort and it just takes more then a few to organize and plan. Working for the public to keep trails open is a monumental task and can be challenging,