PHOTOS OF THE SECOND ANNUAL

FAMILY FIELD DAY

 

March 5 - The Preparation

What a great turnout to help get things set up for the Field Day!

As the guys looked out over the fields ....

... Gordon used the groomer tractor to push snow around to cover the sliding hill.  There'll be sliding, but it doesn't look too promising for the snowmobile games.

 

 

 

With all the help, in no time at all the Porta-Potties were set up, the picnic tables were in place, and the banner was flying high!
 

March 6 - The Day!

Louanne, Sally, Linda, and Janice appear very focused.

Wonder what the hot topic of discussion is?

"Uh, Dad, that's S-t-i-c-k-n-e-y.!"

 

     

The Poker Run, in its various forms, was very popular with the crowd.

         

A few people did the Poler Run on snowmobiles,

but on this day most opted for the Poker Walk ...

... while others chose the Poker Stand!

Wait a minute, Ron .... Bob's got something wrong here!

 

 There ... Bruce has got it right!

 
The young and the not so young had lots of fun on the castle slides.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Gee, Chris, do you think you'll fit?
 

Another popular activity was the groomer rides.  Thank you Fern, Gordon,

Gene, and Robbie for all those trips up and down the hillside!

 

 
Once again, thanks to Diane, there were bubbles and balloons for the children!

And Goodie Bags too!
 

Ivan's bonfire was a welcome source of warmth throughout the day.

 
Oh, Oh!  It looks like this guy is seriously considering giving snowboarding a try!
 

The Second Annual Rumford Polar Bears Family Field Day

was a wonderful time for fun, food, family, and friends!

 
 

 
 

 

 

 

 
 
 

       

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 
   
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

The Day Ends

With many helping hands, everything was quickly taken care of.

 
Everyone is gone, the castle quietly remains to slowly melt away with the spring rains..

But the Polar Bears will be back next year, in some shape or form,

so be sure you come to the 3rd Annual Field Day to see what's in store.

 

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Rumford Polar Bears Snowmobile Club
President - Ron E. Russell
Treasurer - Bob Stickney
Vice President - John Blais
Secretary - Louise Stickney
Trail Masters - Tom Reed & Gene Knox

Email: info@snowmobilerumford.com
Phone: (207) 364-3848
Meeting Location: Sam's Restaurant
Time: 7:00pm
Date: 2nd & 4th Thursday of the month, September through April
2nd Thursday of the month, May through August

 

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