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Adopt-a-Highway
The club has adopted a 2-mile stretch of highway that runs through our area. We schedule three cleanup events each summer, followed by a debriefing at a local refreshment facility.
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Safety School
Our club runs several sets of snowmobile safety classes each year. Each set consists of three indoor classes of three hours each. These classes are held in Menomonee Falls together with the Menomonee Falls Recreation Department. The class is required by State Law for operators born after January 1, 1985.  Instructors are club members certified by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, and students who complete the course meet the State requirements. The certificate is valid for age 12 and up, students under 12 can take the class however their certificates are not valid until they turn 12. 

We also offer a special one-day class at the Milwaukee Snow Show.

Sessions scheduled for 2018-2019:
Classes are three evenings, with a written test at the end of the third night.
You must attend all three nights to be certified.
  Cost is $10 total, per student, covers all 3 sessions.
Dates Location call to register
October 13 2018
Saturday
10:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
One-Day class at the Milwaukee Snow Show, State Fair Park
Special Conditions apply, must be prepaid so you can have materials to study in advance of the class.
finished for this year
January 9, 16, 23  2019
Three Wednesdays
6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Community Center (Riverside School)
W152 N8645 Margaret Rd

Menomonee Falls, WI  53051
sign up online
https://gowild.wi.gov

or call instructor
414-442-4279

Click here for a Statewide List of Safety classes, by county.
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Emergency Services
We have an emergency services co-ordinator and a team that is on-call by the County Sheriff for assistance when required. We have also supported the Red Cross (using 4-wheel drive vehicles) by providing transportation for clients to a shelter during a weather-related emergency.