Waumbek Methna Snowmobile Club

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Club Officers


President –Gil Finch

Vice President – Jim Riendeau

Treasurer – Joyce McGee

Secretary – Lisa Riendeau

Membership Director-

Sherry Finch

Trail Administrator –

Bruce Cameron

Trail Master - Jeff Heath

Sign Master –

Marty Cameron

JR. Sign Masters-

Hunter Heath

Owen Riendeau

Reporter – Debbie Dubois

Web-Master – 

Sherry Finch

Lisa Riendeau


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Our Club House is located on Route 2 (116 Presidential Highway) Jefferson, NH also accessible from Corridor 5 Trail.

The trails map will be available for sale at the Old Corner Store, the club house, and other locations in town.



Waumbek Methna Snowmobile Club's first meeting of the 2017/2018 snowmobile season will be September 10, 2017

It will be held at the club house at 6pm, followed by a Pot Luck Supper

Hope to see you there!



 Waumbek Methna Snowmobile Club

would like to thank all that came out to support the club

It is greatly appreciated!



Our Clubhouse kitchen is now closed for the season.

Thank you to all that came in and supported the club. 




WMSC would like to Thank all the volunteers that help repair the Olsen's Bridge.

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Important Membership News

Notice Regarding NHSA Online Membership


The NHSA board voted to halt online membership purchases via the NHSA website effective August 13, 2017.  Online sales will not be available until concerns from a few clubs and individuals relating to anti-trust laws regarding a prior approved "unified dues structure" and "100% NHSA membership requirement" are resolved.


The NHSA has received opinions from lawyers that the uniform dues structure, voted on by a majority of clubs, would unlikely be violating anti-trust laws.  After a complaint in the late fall of 2015, a review by the NH Attorney General found that we would unlikely run afoul of violating anti-trust laws, providing we made the suggested modifications, which allowed for online sales to begin in March of 2016.  Despite this, complaints to the Attorney General continue.  Each complaint is seen as a new issue which must be investigated.  To continue this path is exhausting to our volunteers and financial resources.


It is clear that in order to move forward we must find a different path that will provide a permanent solution in respect to the grievances.  It is our goal to resolve this as quickly as possible by working with our legal counsel, the NH Attorney General's office, and all our clubs, taking whatever steps needed for a permanent solution.


PLEASE NOTE: This change ONLY affects memberships being sold online, directly to the public, through the NHSA Website.


CLUBS: Please continue to enter your memberships into club portals as you have in the past and remove any links from club websites allowing online membership purchases from NHSA.


We will keep you updated as we move forward.

The NHSA office





2017/2018 Membership Available July 1,2017 directly from the club


Our club will continue to offer Individual and Family memberships at our current rates.


You can print off an application on our website and mail it to us for processing.



The Waumbek Methna Snowmobile Club extends our sincere appreciation to landowners for their generosity in sharing their land with snowmobilers and other outdoor winter enthusiasts.




 Waumbek Methna Woodshed Project



A great group of volunteers arrived on Sunday November 9th 2014 to help in building our new wood shed for the warming hut. We also replaced the black stove pipe for the wood stove and the hut was cleaned in anticipation of the upcoming snowmobile season.


It was also stocked with wood !


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 WMSC would like to thank each of you for your help.    Looks great!


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Thank you for supporting our club.





Our club was founded in 1979 and has grown from the half-dozen families that made up the core group back then to the 250 families that belong today. Many changes have occurred over the last 35 years, not only with the sport of snowmobiling, but within the club. Grooming equipment has evolved from a converted sidewalk plow to the machines you see on the trails today. Meeting locations have moved from private homes to restaurants and meeting halls, to the present clubhouse. But throughout the purpose of the club has never changed, which is to promote the sport of snowmobiling and make it a safe and enjoyable sport for the entire family.