The Bear Point Sno-Cruisers was founded in the fall of 2009 as a social snowmobile club. Our mission includes supporting other snowmobile clubs and organizations, doing community service, generally supporting the sport of snowmobiling, and having a great time doing it.
The membership of the Sno-Cruisers grew quickly with 187 charter members signing up, and 20 charter business members. As of August of 2014, these numbers have grown to 197 members and 25 business members.
Many of our members are familiar faces. They also have memberships in other area clubs and have various roles in organizations like the Marinette County Snowmobile Alliance and the AWSC. We are an AWSC club.
Beyond the hard work of supporting the sport of snowmobiling, we have a great time. The Sno-Criusers are really a nice bunch of folks to hang out with. Usually meetings are followed up with a little social time, and fun is had by all. Fun oriented events include the Menominee River Float Trip in the summer and the fishing fun day in the fall.
We have a mission toward community service too. We started by adopting a section of Highway 180 east of Wausaukee. We run road clean-up twice a year, usually in May and October. There are likely to be many other community service events.
It is also not out of the question to find a few members over at the Bear Point Yacht Club on any given weekend. That is the HQ of the Sno-Cruisers, and snowmobiling is spoken there 365 days a year.
Pictured above: (standing left to right) Ron Rost, Gene Thomas, Ken Boren
(Seated left to right) Slug Radtke, Andy Malecki
Now in our fifth year (2014), we are a 197 member social club of friends who snowmobile or like snowmobling as well as other out door activities like boating, motorcycling or just being out in nature every season of the year and who want to have fun. If you are interested in joining us, visit our membership page and download the membership form. Helping out clubs to better the sport is also on my mind so do what you can. Please.