Snowmobile clubs hope to keep winter around

Local snowmobile clubs hope they can help continue a season that has offered some of the best riding it has had in years. The weather has certainly helped with cold temperatures and a top-five snowiest February on record keeping groomers busy along the way. Kewaunee Moonriders President Tom Cherovsky says this has been the longest season they have had in close to a decade but reminds snowmobilers to make sure they follow the rules like following speed limits and staying on the trails.

The Kewaunee Moonriders receive some state funds to help maintain their trails but ran out a while ago because of the length of the season. A special guest of the Kewaunee Moonriders’ annual fundraiser this weekend is even more snow with three to five inches of snow expected by Wednesday afternoon and additional accumulation later in the week.

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