At the January 1982 membership meeting for the Sno-Eagles, President Bill Stegmeyer announced that the club currently had a checking account balance of $1818.43 and savings balance of $1641.91 to start the year. The club also was told by the county that the club currently had 40.6 miles of funded trails.
March 1982 found the Sno-Eagles and Vilas County Alliance enforcing a rule to not allow 3-wheeled vehicles on snowmobile trails has worked well over the season.
During the April meeting President Bill Stegmeyer announced the Buckatabon bridge will need to be replaced during the summer and he was looking for volunteers.
The 1982-1983 Trail Guide had a wonderful article by Joyce Roxbury discussing the Flying Femmes which was the predecessor of Women on Snow today. To read this interesting article click on this link: https://snoeagles.org/wp-content/uploads/Flying-Femmes-article_jm2.pdf
Tom Berner and Joyce Roxbury were put in charge of organizing the Annual Sno-Eagles Carnival to be held in August. Jeff Miller, Walt Monheim and Dennis Krusik were elected directors of Headwaters Trails.
At the July 1982 meeting Joyce Roxbury reported selling $11,000 worth of ad space in the annual 4-seasons area guide for 1983. Lumber for the Buckatabon bridge will cost the club $1500 and so far, Conover has not offered to help pay costs. Headwaters Trails reported they had $2082.00 left over from the last season after all bills were paid.
The August Carnival had 3 large raffle prizes: a portable TV, a microwave oven, and a small camera. At the September 1982 meeting, Rudy Spiess announced the club will finally use the old Railroad right of way as a snowmobile trail through town. Elections were held with Bill Stegmeyer, President, Ace Roxbury V.P, Jack Haase Treasurer, Marilyn Schoessow secretary.