Archive for May, 2015

postheadericon 2015 ATV Trails Opening

The trails maintained by the Flagstaff ATV Club are scheduled to open on May 29th!

postheadericon Flagstaff Area ATV Club Meeting Minutes May 17, 2015

Flagstaff Area ATV Club Meeting Minutes May 2015

May 17, 2015,        24    guest and members were present.

Meeting was brought to order at 10:00a.m. By President Don Plante with the pledge allegiance.

Welcomed all Guest and Members

Treasurer Report: Elaine Marcoux/

  • We have collected $1,165.00 from Maps, Clothes, Donations, Memberships and 40 postage stamps… We want to thank everyone for the support.   We have paid our Annual State Report fee $35.00 and Pine Tree Publishing Website work $350.00. We are higher by $2,500 then last year at this time.  


Presidents Report:  Don Plante

  • At the ATV Banquet, Don researched the insurance issue with the executives of the ATV of Maine. It was voted to stay with the ATV of Maine this year.
  • Oquossoc’s new ATV Club is excited to get started and is trying to build their system.
  • We will be arranging club rides to Tea Pond Lodge & Cabins and Tim Pond Camps this year.
  • We have set a date for our Landowners Picnic for Sept 12, 2015 at Cathedral Pines.
  • On June 20th Saturday we will be hosting the ATV of Maine monthly meeting at the White Wolf Inn. Meeting starts at 900a.m. followed by lunch at noon, and is open to all.
  • On June 27th Saturday is Family Fun Day’s Parade. Anyone wants to ride their ATV in the parade the theme is Storybook Characters. Meet at CMP Parking lot at 9:00. We need help from members to man our booths, contact Don or Elaine to help.
  • Made donations to the Sugarloaf Marathon 15k of $100.00. This run raises money for Franklin County Charities.
  • We donationed $200.00 to the Bikes for Books program supported by the Bungalow Lodge #202.



Vice Presidents Report: Sandie Isgro

  • No Report




Membership Report:  Elaine Marcoux

  • The ATV Packets will be mailed out May 19, with your map, stickers and ATV membership card.
  • Last year at this time we had 108 members, so far this year we have 109 members.. We got 2 new Business and three new Memberships so far this year. We also had 4 Business that is not renewing this year.
  • To be Associate member with this club and you live out of state your primary club has to be enrolled with ATV of Maine.
  • To be a Associate member as a state of Maine resident the primary club HAS to be enrolled with ATV of Maine first. If not we will have to pay for your enrollment with ATV of Maine, which is the 10 or 15 dollar you pay us. At that point you didn’t pay the full fee for this club membership.
  • Our 50 / 50 raffle was $15.00 going to Ray Charest.


Trail Master Report:  Joe Marcoux

  • May 5- Dick, Carl, and I went to Bingham to a Plum Creek meeting to talk about the do’s and don’ts on Plum Creeks trails.
  • May 5- Carl and I had to go check pole number for CMP that are on our trails.
  • May 15- Gordon Campbell and I went on the Cannon loop to check out a view on East Kennebago Mountain, we got the approval to add this to our trails.
  • Club voted on paying $150 for the permit to ride the Penobscott Nation Indians land.
  • Joe is looking into two other spots to try to get around the Indian land this season for our trail to contained to make a loop .
  • The Trails will open on May 29, Friday per AFM the landowners Rep. Please feel free to call if you would like to check and see if the AFM Rep changes the date. 



Next meeting is June 14, 2015 at 10:00a.m. Stratton Community Hall