It’s a common problem among non-profits and committees these days: not enough people to get the tasks done.
The Green Bay Snowmobile Association is now also calling out for help.
The call for more volunteers was posted to Facebook, and also to bulletin boards in Springdale.
The Green Bay Snowmobile Association is a group that maintains the local snowmobile trail system — placing signage, grooming and keeping wood in the warm up shelters. The group has been doing so for the past 14 years.
The post said the group works “for the betterment of all users, so the same love of the great outdoors that can be experienced by all that use our trail system with the convenience of a managed trail…”
From their post:
“The GBSA are looking for volunteers to come out and lend a hand in any form to do some maintenance that is done on [a yearly basis]. This may include minor repairs or restocking of dry wood for one of our three warm up shelters […] helper with grooming operations or any other task that may arise for our attention. Many hands make light work.
“We at the GBSA strive to achieve the best trail experience that the whole family can enjoy with safety and comfort as its main objective. So if you can lend a hand at any capacity please feel free to call any member of the Green Bay Snowmobile Association or watch for updates on our Facebook page.“
CLICK/TAP HERE for the Green Bay Snowmobile Assoc. Facebook Group