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Friends gather for a good time and great sledding
One of our trail groomers
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Smooth and wide trails
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Goshen Snowmobile Club makes it easy to go snowmobiling. We set the standard for well-marked trails, readable maps, easy access to fuel stops, food and accommodations. And all it takes to snowmobile is a simple trail pass and a valid Provincial registration.

The Goshen Snowmobile Clubhouse will be open Thursday afternoons through to Sundays during the snowmobile season.  A fully licensed restaurant and fuel pumps make it a great destination for a day out on the trails.  Located at 11618 Route 114 on the Fundy Park Road and on Trail 852.


 Due to the unfortunate lack of snow the clubhouse will be open limited hours this weekend. Wing night Thursday from 4-10 with the same hours on Saturday, 4-10. So if you need your snowmobiling social fix make sure to stop by the clubhouse for some great food and good times. - Jan 28 and Jan 30.


We have generously received a generator as a donation item to be raffled off as a great fundraiser for us. This generator was donated by TWO BOYS LAWN CARE and we will be selling tickets on it at the clubhouse all season long. Tickets are $10 each or 3 for $25. We will draw for this item at our year end party in April. (the only info I have as of now is that it's a 9000 watt generator and will update when I know more). We really appreciate all of the support we get from individuals and businesses - your support, donations and contributions really go a long way in helping us with grooming expenses and the operations of running the Goshen Snowmobile Club


NBFSC 2016 provincial lottery tickets are now available at the clubhouse (and from most board members) for a cost of only $10 with the grand prize being $10,000 cash. There are 7 prizes to be won in total (prize descriptions are available on the tickets). This is a great way for the clubs to raise some money as $7 of every $10 ticket sold stays directly with the club. Draw will be held March 15


The Goshen clubhouse will be open for the season starting this Thursday (January 20) - full kitchen menu will be available along with fuel during the hours the kitchen is open. Hours of operation for the season will be: Wing night Thursdays from 4 to 10; Fridays are noon to 10, Saturdays are from 8 to 10 and Sundays are 8 to 4. Lets hope for another successful (snow filled) season. Reminder of our poker run scheduled for Saturday, February 27 with details to follow closer to the time.


Replacement, day and weekend passes can be purchased at the following locations for anyone looking for one:

Goshen Clubhouse (11618 Route 114 on the Park Road) once the season is underway
Danny McCully in the Petitcodiac area at 756-0414
Adair's Wilderness Lodge at 432-6687
Greg Taber in the Sussex area at 434-3114
Vicky Gaunce in the Sussex area at 432-5465


Goshen cash draw fundraiser update:  We had such a successful night with selling 725 tickets and support from everyone.  We want to thank everyone involved in helping make this night as successful as it was and we thank you for supporting the Goshen Snowmobile Club.  
Prize winners are: $500 tickets - Dana Hicks, John Grass, Roy Kaye, Dwayne Armstrong, Kevin Goddard, and a group executive meeting oct 14 ticket. 
$1000 Winner John Hovey.
$2000 winner Scott Blackett.
$4000 winner Vernon Reicker.
$10000 grand prize winner Bryan Keith.

Thank you again to everyone involved.  


 The 2015-2016 Goshen executive members are as follows:

President - Adam Alward
Vice President - Les Sherwood
Treasurer - Danny McCully
Secretary - Shawn Leonard
Past President - Dave Dunston
Directors: Dennis Richard, Vicky Gaunce, Greg Taber, Darren Bannister, Dave Demerchant, Bill Ford, Peter Taylor, Craig Nowlan, Roy Kaye, John Teakles, Jeremy Lewis and Rob Antworth









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