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Poultney Winter Events

The torch-light parade is canceled for this year. The poker run and fun day is postponed to a later date. We will post the new dates as we get them. Too bad mother nature does not cooperate!

Poultney Pancake Breakfast

Remember that Poultney is having their annual Pancake Breakfast on this Sunday January 20th from 7:00am to 12:00am at the Elementary School. The cost is $7.00 and well worth it, it does not get any better! Hope to see you there!

Roy

Poultney Events

Barry sent us a list of dates for their winter events. Their pancake breakfast is Sunday January 20th at the elementary school from 7:00 12:00 am. The torchlite parade is February 1st starting from the East Poultney Green at 6:00pm. Their winter carnival is on February 2nd at Chestnuts on York Street Ext. {signs in town} from 10:00am to 3:00pm. There will be sliding,snowmobile rides and plenty of free food and fun! Also on February 2nd they are having a Poker Run to benefit the Poultney Food Shelf. It starts at Chestnuts at 9:00am and last hand out is at 11:30. It is $10.00 per hand and all hands in at 3:30. There truck and trailer parking on Rte. 30 at Quality Cooling. Good luck on all your events! It sounds like alot of fun times! read more

Remembering Arlyn Phillips Photo Gallery

The Chittenden Dammers are collecting comments about Arlyn Phillips. Use this link to go to their post, Remembering Arlyn Phillips Photo Gallery. If you remember some snowmobiling event involving Arlyn that you’d like to share, there are several ways you can do it. The Dammers have set up a photo gallery featuring Arlyn (there’s a link on the post) where you can add a comment to any of the photos. You can even use their upload link to add your own photos. Commenting directly in the post is another way to share your story of Arlyn. read more

A loss for all snowmobilers!

Arlyn Phillips and Dave Bowen, click for larger image

Arlyn Phillips and Dave Bowen, click for large image

Arlyn Phillips, trail master and main groomer operator for the Chittenden Dammers passed away unexpectedly on Wed. August 22nd. Arlyn was a good friend of mine and he was always ready to help us as a snowmobile club when asked. He brought us poles for our bridges and when our Tucker lost part of the steering he drove their Tucker all the way from Chittenden to the Stone House to help! One night he rode with me into the early morning hours grooming then he went and got into their Tucker and groomed some of their trails, that is dedication! The Dammers have some good members but they have some VERRY BIG SHOES to fill. Our heartfelt sorrow goes out to the family and the Dammers for their loss and wish them the best! read more