Presidents Message

Don Winsor has done it again!! Over 36 members attended a week of fun in Moab due to Don Winsor's meticulous planning of a magnificent week. Don recruited Ellen Sherk, Sheree Anshel, John Miller, Bob and Sue Johnson, and Lisa Hunter to make sure that there were hikes and bike rides that everyone could enjoy during the week. Thank you Don and all the leaders for another extraordinary week of enjoyable activities and camaraderie in Moab this May.

Now that the snow has receded from the mountains and valleys surrounding Park City, a natural playground of over 350 miles of trails has emerged. Hopefully the “Save Bonanza Flat” initiative will succeed and add another 1350 acres to the trails available within the Park City vicinity. During the spring and early summer we need to be mindful that the less impact we make, the longer we will be able to enjoy our trails. Staying on trails protects wildlife and their homes, while shortcutting trails causes erosion and damages trailside plants.  If mud is sticking to your heals or wheels, PLEASE, just turn around. Ruts Suck!

Don’t forget to mark your calendars for the annual Dog and Suds Summer BBQ, June 16th in City Park. Judy Peterson, Paddy Mollard and a team of volunteers are sure to make this a fun evening of socializing. The volunteer chefs produce the extraordinary food that draws our members. The cost is $10 and the club provides all the food, water and lemonade. Please purchase your tickets early, so we can order enough food and please leave your dogs at home. For more information, check out the calendar.

Club members can't have fun without the hard work of all our event leaders. I appreciate and thank all of them for what they do for PCMSC. Volunteer leaders are still needed to fill in more activities for all to enjoy.  All activities require leaders, so now is your chance to step up and offer to lead.

Don’t forget to check out the calendar and club web site for information on upcoming events. Hope to see you at a club event in the near future.

Jeri Brooke
President