WOHVA Monthly Updates
WOHVA Update September ‘13
Every month WOHVA provides our members and other motorized trail recreation advocates with this short synopsis of WOHVA’s efforts to assure that environmentally responsible OHV recreational opportunities are expanded here the Badger State.
Joining business professionals from Forest County, WOHVA attended the Regular Monthly Membership Meeting of the Forest County Chamber of Commerce in Crandon, Wisconsin
WOHVA’s recently completed video demonstrating safe winching techniques while reminding all that 4WD motorized recreation is an environmentally responsible, family recreation option enjoyed by millions across the country debuted on WAOW, Channel 9 in Wausau, Wisconsin. WOHVA partnered with Warn Industries and the BlueRibbon Coalition on this outstanding project.
Three Mole Lake Trail Days were hosted by WOHVA last month. Trail Days center on trail maintenance and development, but there is always some trail riding involved. If you’re interested in joining us in Mole Lake and becoming a WOHVA trail volunteer, visit our forums for information on getting involved.
Early last month, the Wisconsin Off-Road Vehicle Park (WORVPI) hosted a meeting to introduce their 10,000 acre off-road park project to major Forest County land managers and elected officials. WOHVA participated in this meeting and remains at the forefront in promoting this recreational venue which will be of huge economic benefit to northern Wisconsin at provide a long awaited motorized recreational venue.
WOHVA participated in the regularly scheduled Wisconsin Off-Road Vehicle Park, Inc. (WORVPI) Monthly Directors Meeting in Crandon, Wisconsin. Meeting agenda and other important updates can be found on the WORVPI Web Site.
The 6th Annual Great Northern Trail Ride was once again hosted by WOHVA at the Mole Lake Lodge & Conference Center. Thanks to all those dedicated volunteers who helped to make this event a huge success.
The WORVPI Board of Directors held their bi-monthly Directors Meeting at the Mole Lake Lodge & Conference Center in Crandon, Wisconsin.
WORVPI was invited to present their Park Project to the Forest County Supervisors Executive Committee. WOHVA was pleased to be invited to participate in the presentation and continue to work with WORVPI to create this 10,000 off-road park here in the Badger State.
The winners of WOHVA’s annual raffle fundraiser were selected as the raffle came to a close. Congratulations to 1st Prize Winner Mike Garvey of Kaukauna.
WOHVA was invited to participate in the Wisconsin Off-Road Vehicle Park (WORVPI) meeting to introduce their 10,000 acre off-road park project to OHV advocacy groups here in the Badger State. Groups invited included: AMA District 16, Badgerland 4X4, Damage, Inc., Forest County ATV Association, W4WDA, WATVA, WOHMA & WOHVA. Next month WORVPI will be inviting individual clubs to attend an informational meeting geared directly toward these clubs. Be sure to ask your club president if he/she received an invitation and urge them to attend.
“Remember, join and advocate (that’s) the two most important things that you can do!”
- Del Albright (April ’09, WOHVA’s 5th Annual Wisconsin OHV Enthusiast Workshops)
The Wisconsin Off-Highway Vehicle Association exists for the sole purpose of proactively assuring that public and private off-highway motorized vehicular recreational opportunities are expanded in Wisconsin for safe use by this and future generations