Organized snowmobiling may be
"Powered by Permits" but it is
driven by volunteers.
To those of you who have so generously
donated your time to provide riders in
OFSC District 10 with the opportunity
to ride a top notch trail system, we Thank You!
Thinking about becoming a volunteer with one of our member clubs? Volunteering can be a very rewarding experience and gives the opportunity to make new friends and trail companions not to mention a perfect way to spend time with your family. It's been shown that children who have parents that volunteer are likely to become volunteers themselves. Our volunteers help keep the cost of snowmobile trail permits affordable and preserve the sport for future generations.
If you are interested in volunteering please take a moment to fill out the form and one of our volunteer coordinators will be in touch with you soon!
Everyone Counts...we have all kinds of volunteer projects that need to be done, from outdoor tasks to office work to assisting with social activities or fundraising. Whatever your skill or interest, we will strive to make your investment with us productive, rewarding, and most of all, fun.
You don't have to be a snowmobiler. Anyone who wants to contribute to the betterment of our community can help out.
Below is an excerpt from the OFSC web page on volunteering:
Club Volunteers are the cornerstones of organized snowmobiling.
An army of dedicated club volunteers built the OFSC snowmobile trail system by connecting existing local networks. Many volunteers from urban areas join out of town clubs to enjoy the camaraderie of community involvement. Today, volunteers continue to ensure that local trails are properly opened, maintained, groomed, signed and closed. All OFSC Trail Wardens, STOP Officers and Driver Training Instructors are volunteers.
Economic, social, health and recreational benefits associated with snowmobiling flow from quality snowmobile trails. So does a whole lot of family fun and exciting winter recreation!
There are non-profit snowmobile clubs in over 240 communities across Ontario. Thousands of volunteers, male and female, of all ages and from all walks of life, run these clubs. They share a common goal, to improve snowmobiling and the opportunities it provides for their home communities. They belong to one of the most respected and progressive volunteer organizations in Ontario.