The August 16, 2016 Club Meeting will be held in Dunbar at the North Country Inn beginning at 7:00 p.m.
After the Club’s Annual Meeting and Elections on July 19th, this is a list of the current officers and directors.
President: Pat Mullarky; VP: Kevin Rocque; Treasurer: Dave Schultz; Secretary; Patti Mullarky
Board of Directors are:
Bob Kuehn, Mike Dashnier, Ed Fry, Joe Stoll and John Criel.
Thank You to Bill Ackley for the time he served as a past director. We appreciate your involvement in the club and your willingness to lend a hand when needed.
This has been a busy summer for the Dun-Good Rider’s volunteers as they tackled several large tail projects. Two major water holes have been repaired, one along Marinette County Highway U by Spur Lake Road and one on the south trail to Goodman. This will eliminate getting ATV’s (and groomers) stuck in these areas. A major renovation on the Dun-Good Riders trail section, going east out of Dunbar toward Pembine, is about 90% complete at this time. In addition to these big projects, our volunteers still get the trails groomed once a week! Thank You Volunteers!! Weather looks amazing, trails are in great shape and we’re all looking forward to your visit. We hope you’ll enjoy the ride! Make plans to come back and visit for our Annual Open House on September 24th at the Club Building in Dunbar.
We hope our web site will help you when planning your visit to our area. If you need more information, please contact any of the people listed under “contacts” and we’ll try to help.
An ONLINE TRAIL MAP is available by clicking on the “Trail Map” button at the top of the Home Page on the far right side. Click on the map to zoom in. It’s a year ’round map, showing snowmobile trails and the ATV-UTV trails. The Dun-Good Riders maintain snowmobile & year ’round ATV/UTV trails in the Dunbar & Goodman areas of Northwestern Marinette County.
Tickets are now available for the Dun-Good Riders “Smooth Trail Fund Raffle”! First prize is that fun, sharp looking 2016 Polaris RZR Trail 570 pictured at the top of the page! The RZR also comes with a black canvas top and back window that aren’t shown in the picture. Second place prize is the 8 x 10 Aluminum trailer it’s sitting on. All together there are 8 prizes. See the list below. Tickets are $10 each. The drawing will be at the club’s Open House on Saturday, September 24th at 5:30 PM. Need not be present to win. Winners responsible for tax, registration and insurance. Please click on “News-2016 Raffle” for additional information.
PRIZES ARE: 1st) Polaris 2016 RZR Trail 570 purchased from Cozzy’s Polaris, Marinette: 2nd) Triton 8×10 Aluminum trailer purchased from Cozzy’s Polaris: 3rd) Savage Axis II XP 270 Winchester, donated by Rocque’s 8-HI Club and purchased at Northwoods Sporting Goods: 4th) Steele 3250 Watt Generator: 5th) $250.00 donated by Lischka Roofing & Seamless Gutters, Pembine: 6th) $150.00 donated by Gruetts Inc., Potter & New Holstein: 7th) $150.00 donated by LaFaive Oil BP Stations, Norway MI: 8th) $100.00 donated by Beaver Machine Inc., Coleman.
“Smooth Trail Fund Raffle Tickets” are available now and may be purchased from club members or at these area business sponsors:
Rocque’s 8-HI Club and The White House, Goodman; Greenshack and Blue Roof Saloon in Armstrong Creek; Richards’ and North Country Inn in Dunbar; Wanek’s Paris in Pembine Supper Club and Pembine Sport & Lawn in Pembine and Northwoods Bar on Benson Lake Rd, Athelstane and Cozzy’s Polaris in Marinette. Tickets are also available at Green Acres Golf Course and Bar on Hwy. Z in Beecher. The trail goes right thru the golf course so stop in on your atv’s & utv’s or go by car. Atv’ers are always welcome at Green Acres! Your dust won’t bother them so go on inside and enjoy cold beverages, a great Friday night Fish Fry and 1/2 price pizzas on Sundays, all in a casual, fun atmosphere.
A BIG Thank You to all the volunteers who came out to help work on the trail on Saturday, April 23rd. What a great team! A lot got done! The project isn’t complete yet so stay tuned to hear about more work days. Now that the trails will open on April 30th, most of the work will have to be done on week days to avoid the traffic on the trails. Volunteers brought their tools and equipment and strong backs and the willingness to put in a long day. The Dun-Good Riders truly do appreciate your help! Thanks again to all.