There are no photos and very little information for this period, as records were lost


At the January 1991 meeting the club thanked Sally Ayers, Bob Tallar, Pat Freeman and Don Hendrickson for conducting the Snowmobile Safety course which 21 young snowmobilers attended.

Due to the lack of snow Headwaters Trails has not groomed at all this winter.  Trails are open but not much snow in town just in the country.

Ace & Joyce Roxbury hosted an overnight ride to Hurley, January 29-30.  The Derby dinner dance and fundraiser was a success even though we did not have much snow.  In February the club shut down the trails due to warm temperatures and lack of snow.

The Annual Spring Fling dinner dance is planned for May 4 and Joe & Mae Rose will host.  Trails opened again March 15 because of the big snow dump.  Trail Heads were asked to check their section of trail for signs and trees.

During the April 1991 general membership meeting it was voted to not hold membership meetings during May, June and July of each year.  The bylaws will need to be changed.  The bylaw changes also include “a husband and wife shall not serve on the Board of Directors”, deletion of the sentence “No director or officer shall be elected for more than two successive terms”, “the Past-President shall sit on the Board of Directors for a period of one year”.

Summer activities July 4th parade, Annual Canoe trip and food vending all took place.  Trail map ad sales are going well.  John & Audrey Stearns have volunteered to host the Weekend Away, February 7-9, 1992 at Silver City, MI.

The Annual Hayride was held on October 11.  The group left the Kukanich home and on the trail Chief Sparse Feathers had an open fire with cream can dinner for all.

The winter of 1992 again had very little snow, but the Derby and Derby Fling dinner went on.  A chili cookoff went on at Mud Creek Saloon with proceeds going to the club.

The were no meetings over the summer, with elections for 1992 held in September 1992.  George Hallis was elected President; Leon Kukanich VP; Jim Gresch Treasure; Diane Hallis Secretary; and Elmer Jensen & Tom Montag were elected Directors.

The Annual hayride will be held again in October with departure from  the Kukanich home heading to the Buckatabon shelter for refreshments.  The club will have chicken on the BBQ.

The Christmas Party is planned for December 12 at Persian Paradise, hosted by Elmer & Diane Jensen.

John & Audrey Stearns are planning the 1993 Weekend Away for February 12-14, 1993 at the Lakeside Best Western in Baraga, MI.

The new Bombardier groomer purchased by the Sno-Eagles was delivered in late October 1992 and is getting ready for the snow season.

In December 1992 the club held the Annual Snowmobile Safety course with 3 adults and 56 kids attending.  Thanks to instructors Sally Ayers, Bob Tallar, Don Hendrickson, Pat Freeman, Ron Schoessow and their helpers.

To learn about trail conditions call Headwaters Trails phone 715-479-5185.  Elmer Jensen is planning a ride to the Prime n Pub for prime rib in January 1993.