From President Kelly Rudolph:
Dear Sno-Bees Membership,
I hope this letter finds all our Snobees members and their extended families all doing well. With this unique time ahead of us we are forced to make some changes.
The Sno-Bees dance scheduled for March 28th at the Valley Bar has been postponed. I have spoken with the band and they are sending me their extended schedule and I have meet with Kellen and Courtney Swanson (New Valley Owners) to discuss a summer or early fall event. We will get that information when we make some firm decisions.
If you have raffle tickets that have not been turned in yet, expect a call from Dan. He will coordinate getting those tickets from you.
Our raffle boards all still have open squares, so if you are interested in purchasing some squares you certainly can and let your friends know also.
58-inch flat panel TV $10 per square (100 square board, 46 remaining as of 3-17-20)
Snowmobile lift stand$10 per square (100 square board, 68 remaining as of 3-17-20)
Processed Hog $10 per square or 3 $20 (2-100 square boards, 32 and 77 remaining as of 3-17-20)
If you are interested in any raffle squares the boards are at the Valley Bar. Currently the Valley is open for curbside food pickup, and you can ask them when you pick up your orders to sell you a raffle board square also. In addition to that option you can also contact me via text, call or email and I could get you signed onto some squares and meet with you for the money or arrange with you to send me the money.
Our April meeting is also postponed and will be held on May 1st, but it will only be the directors. They will officiate the raffle drawings and we will be videoing the drawing process. Our plan is to hold the raffle boards and raffle ticket drawing that evening.
As I mentioned earlier the Valley is currently still offering curbside pickup for food. Check out their Facebook page for the latest on hours and menu.
Don't forget about your other local restaurants during this time, many are still offering curbside and delivery services.
Remember everyone's membership expires on June 30th.
We will do our best to keep you informed of any additional changes.
President Prescott Sno-Bees
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A big shout out goes to all of those who made it happen with the vintage show on Sunday January 12th, 2020! From the volunteers working to all of the contestants and spectators, THANK YOU! It was a success with over 70 displayed snowmobiles, meat raffles, turkey bowling, and even a ride on a couple of nearby landowner properties despite the marginal snow. More details and pictures available on our Facebook page.
Thank you for visiting our website. We are an Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs and Pierce County Snowmobile Council affiliated club and are dedicated to the sport of snowmobiling. Prescott Sno-Bees is a family oriented club and works hard at maintaining snowmobile trails in a cooperative effort with many landowners. We are excited for the 2019/2020 season. Please check back periodically for updates for the club and trail conditions. Thank you!
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We are located within Pierce County, in the city of Prescott Wisconsin amongst the beautiful St. Croix River and Mississippi River Junction.