Volunteers make us a successful snowmobile club!
Volunteers are the most critical element of our snowmobile club. The Sno-Eagles maintains an extensive trail system. This comes with great cost. Fundraising is the main way to raise the needed funds. Volunteers enable us to fundraise.
It’s a year-round effort – from the summer brat and bake sales to our major winter fundraisers such as the Groom to Ride raffle. From committee planning to the people that arrive early and leave late working the events, these are the folks that make it happen!
Please consider volunteering for any of our programs to help us continue raising the needed funds so we all can enjoy snowmobiling here in the Eagle River area.
Volunteers are the power behind the Sno-Eagles!
NEW Volunteer Opportunities
Due to our expanded fundraising role in the community we’re seeking individuals to fill several positions.
Rather than having one event coordinator for all our events, having individual coordinators for each event may be more realistic. Therefore, we are seeking event-specific coordinators for the following events:
- Pond Hockey – February 2024.
- Cranberry Fest food booth 2024
- Cash Raffle – Labor Day Saturday, 2024
- Groom to Ride Raffle – 2024
- Downtown food booth Labor Day Arts & Craft Show 2024
- Brushing Days lunches – October 2024
- Christmas Party/Dinner – December 2024
The event-specific coordinator oversees the event ensuring the event runs smoothly. Activities include securing and preparing all items needed for the event.
Some typical tasks for the event-specific coordinator may include ordering supplies, food, tables, chairs, etc.
Volunteers to work the event will be recruited through our usual electronic signup, Time To Sign Up. You will not need to find volunteers.
Please consider volunteering to coordinate any of these events. We’ll provide support, mentoring, and all the help needed. You won’t be alone!
Plus, it’ll be a fun and rewarding experience!
For more information, contact Volunteer Coordinator Sandy at (319) 360-3988 or email here
2022-2023 Volunteer of the Year
It is with great pleasure that we recognize Kathy Rockafellow as the 2022-2023 Sno-Eagles Volunteer of the Year.
Kathy has selflessly given her time and talent over many years. She’s managed the 50-50 Raffles and Brat and Bake Sales for years and coordinated the Weekend Away three times.
She’s worked the concessions at the Derby, the Eagle River Arts and Crafts Show, and pitched in for the Cash Raffle and the Shotskis World Record event.
Kathy’s example is an inspiration to others. She is a wonderful asset to our club and truly exemplifies the Sno-Eagles Volunteer of the Year.
Thank you, Kathy, for your extraordinary service and dedication to the Sno-Eagles.
2022-2023 Groomer Operator of the Year
It is with great pleasure that we recognize Mike Knier as the 2022-2023 Sno-Eagles Groomer Operator of the Year.
Mike has been a groomer operator for several years and can be counted on to take on any challenge, any route, any time, any day. He is passionate about his grooming routes, making sure nothing is missed.
He donates his time grooming our trails.
Mike is an outstanding mentor, teaching other operators his techniques and routes.
While not grooming, he offers his time working as Lead Brusher on the Anvil Lake Route.
Mike can often be found in the shop working on the machines ensuring they’re ready to roll at sunset.
Mike’s passion for grooming excellence has passed on to the entire grooming team!
Thank you, Mike, for your extraordinary service and dedication to the Sno-Eagles.