TLTD strives to maintain a balance of social gatherings, activities, work parties, and events that meet the varying interests of the membership. Communication with our 375 members is accomplished with the publication of The TRAILDUSTERS GAZZETTE along with monthly membership meetings during the riding season and our website, traildusters.snowclubs.com.

We urge all active snowmobilers who live by, or travel on our trails to join the Town Line Trail Dusters Snowmobile Club today.

CLUB OBJECTIVES

  1. To promote safe snowmobiling as sport and recreation.
  2. To develop and maintain trails within the Boscawen/Penacook/Webster area.
  3. To provide good conduct, sportsmanship, safety and conservation practices.
  4. To coordinate local snowmobiling activities with land owners, Town Officers and State Officials to ensure maximum benefits for the enjoyment of snowmobiling.

About TLTD Board of Directors

President - Patrick Malfait brings a great bundle of expertise to our board. The owner of Contoocook Canoe Company Pat brings a great business sense to the club. Pat is a great delegator, listener, and mentor who strives for perfection at all he does.

VP - David Murray brings to the board a unstoppable energy (as long as it’s something he believes in) The co-owner of Murray Farms Greenhouse he also has a business sense, his most notable quality is to convince just about anybody to do anything. His passion is landowner relations, trail development, and bridges of all types.

Secretary - Vern John is back as secretary after a season long break, Vern brings good record keeping skills to the club and is a retired firefighter paramedic from the Concord FD A snowmobiler for many years he and his brother Wes are commonly found riding together "everywhere"

Treasurer - Peggy Pierce love of snowmobiling dates back many years, Peggy has worked in banking and finical services industry for a long time. Peggy and her husband David are on the Easter Seals ride-in committee. Peggy at times seams tight fisted with the club funds but that's a great quality to have, she is very qualified for her position.

Director- Andy Morrill at his tender age could be considered a rookie director, but his family farm background has shaped this rookie into a great listener with many talents including welding and the ability to fix anything with a piece of bailing twine. Having a practical approach to all he does and a willingness to pitch in whenever needed, even on Christmas eve!

Director - Scott Hill has been on the board for several years Scott’s passion for the sport has also been his lively hood having worked in the snowmobile industry in the past. Currently Scott’s work allows him weekend time to enjoy trail development and riding during the winter months. Scott is quick to offer his hand at anything to help the club out.

Director - Bill Marcotte a retired Captain from the Concord Fire Department Bill is a man that will easily leave men half his age in the DUST weather he is hiking, running, or clearing brush. Quiet spoken with a good poker face he is often roaring with laughter on the inside. Bill has a “leadership” quality that will complement the club in many ways.

Director - Jeff Morse is often found riding the "north country" he is deeply committed to our sport, Jeff enjoys trail work in the fall and brings to our club vast 2 and 4 stroke knowledge, active in a family business we are lucky to have Jeff with his business background.

Director - Corey Martin a "import" from the west coast Cory is new to snowmobiling, Corey by far is the "greenest" member of our board a beginner to say the least. Corey is as dedicated to or sport as anyone. He is always found doing anything possible to lend a hand on trail projects. Corey is a "listener" but also brings a great balance to the board

Trail Master - Scott Shibles, Scott is a guy who accomplishes LOTS, he works hard to make the most of everyday, and when it is a club event, Scott is always found in the thick of "hard work" Scott is a great asset the the TLTD board of directors. who enjoy's trail projects.

Trail Master - Reggie LaClair, Reggie come to the board with a valuable back ground, especially in truck driving, Reggie takes his job seriously and strives to make trails as safe and enjoyable as possible. He is commonly found in the Tucker groomer during the grooming season.

Trail Administrator - - David Murray stepped up for one more position as Trail Administrator

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