1993 started out great with a lot of snow and Headwaters out grooming the trails. Congratulations goes out to Rachel Tomlanovich on being selected Miss Sno-Eagle for 1993.


The Derby Fling dinner dance & fundraiser is scheduled for January 16. Thank you to Les & Arlene Kadlec for hosting the Pizza Party and Poker Run at Twelve Pines as it was a lot of fun. Elmer Jensen, John & Audrey Stearns and others are planning the weekday guided rides this winter.

The club welcomed some new members for 1992-93 season. A few notable members are Audrey and Dick Decker, Tom & Holly Tomlanovich, Jonnie & Jacque Petreikis, Walter & Shirley Spiess and Gary & Eileen Case to name a few. The club is looking for ideas for a club pin.

John Stearns did a great job leading the Weekend Away and of course Sally brought up the rear. Thanks to John & Audrey. The Spring Fling appreciation dinner is set for May 8 at Hiawatha Supper Club. Snowmobile Trails closed Mar. 31 as it was a great year. In March the club received a check for $8,860 for grooming our 44.3 miles of funded trails.

Headwaters Trails elected Leon Kukanich President, Pat Freeman VP, George Hallis Secretary-Treasurer at their May meeting.

June 1993 brought some big news to the club. The DOT announce that there is no provision for a snowmobile lane in the design of the new bridge near the White Spruce. Provisions for a snowmobile bridge-lane will have to come from another source. A public meeting July 15 at Town of Lincoln is planned All should come.

Summer activities are being planned. The Weekend Away planned by John & Audrey Stearns for February 1994 at Hurley, WI is set in motion. The Annual Hayride is scheduled for September 25 leaving the Kukanich house and going to… only Leon knows where.

Notable new members for 1993-94 are Glen & Donna Miller from Conover. Elections were held in October 1993, with Jim Ayers elected President, Joe Rose VP, JoAnn Krusick Treasurer, Peggy Gaszak Secretary. Pam Harmann and Randy Walker were elected Directors.

The club did not have any contestants for Miss Sno-Eagle and Rachel Tomlanovich was asked to be Miss Sno-Eagle for 1994 which she accepted. Congratulations Rachel.
The club Snowmobile Safety Course is planned for December 3-4 at Lake Forest Resort. Mud Creek Saloon is congratulated for hosting the chili cookoff again this year.
Because of the early snowfall, the trails opened December 10, 1993. Be careful as ditches and swamps are too wet.

The Sno-Eagles will again participate in the Torch parade at the Derby January 16th with President Jim and First Lady Sally carrying the torch for the Badger State Games. The Olympic style event is sponsored by GTE & Ski-Doo. It will kick off on the steps of the State Capitol in Madison on January 7 with specially set up snowmobiles with wheel kits and lubrication systems. The month long event will stop at 40 Wisconsin communities finishing its journey at the Badger State Winter Games opening ceremony in Marathon Park in Wausau.

Snow-Goer magazine in January 1994 selected Northern Wisconsin as the Best Snowmobile Trails for Family riding and Best Signed Trails. Congratulations to all the clubs in Vilas county.