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Campout Host Needed for this Summer
The ISSA is soliciting bids from its member clubs to host the 2019 Summer Campout, normally held in
July. As always, the ISSA provides $200 in incentive money to the host club, and as much as $600 in
expenses can be reimbursed through the ISSA.
Events can be as simple or as elaborate as desired. Last year, the Snow Pioneers of Region 5
stepped forward to host a fall campout, but wet weather thwarted those efforts.
If your club is interested in hosting this year’s campout, please reach out to your ISSA Region Director
or contact ISSA President Brian Carmichael at (319) 215-5006 or email@example.com.
Award Nomination Forms for 2019 Released; Applications Due July 1
The ISSA Awards Committee has announced changes to its lineup for the 2019 nomination year.
The Young Adult and Youth Snowmobiler of the Year awards have been merged into a Young
Snowmobiler of the Year, open to snowmobilers aged 15 to 21. Committee co-chairs Sally Carmichael
and Carol Nauman have also decided to drop the Female Snowmobiler of the Year Award, noting a
gender can be identified (if necessary) on the Snowmobiler of the Year nomination form.
"A snowmobiler is a snowmobiler regardless if they are male or female," explained Carmichael, who
noted female applicants had won the Snowmobiler of the Year Award prior to the creation of the Lady
Snowmobiler of the Year category in 2012.
The committee has also dropped the points system for grading the Club of the Year Award.
Nomination forms are available on the ISSA Awards page here. Applications are due July 1, extended
past the previous June 1 deadline.
Review and Selection Committee to Meet June 27 at Thompson
***Please Note Location Change***
The Review and Selection Committee of the Iowa State Snowmobile Trail Grant Program will meet
June 27 in Region 3 to award grant requests for the 2019-20 snowmobile season. The meeting will
start promptly at 1 p.m. now at 168 4th Ave W. Thompson, IA. See below for map as Google Maps will
take you to the wrong end of the large building.
"The meeting room is in the southeast corner of the building and can be accessed through the
Winnebago County Fairgrounds west entrance. It will still start promptly at 1 p.m.," noted RSC co-chair
Terry Durby. "Look for trail signs and groomers!"
Snowmobile clubs are encouraged to have one representative attend the meeting. For more
information or for any questions, you can contact the RSC at firstname.lastname@example.org.