Cooper Snowman Awarded the 2024 Youth Snowmobiler of the Year Present by Chris Ring

I n our great sport, it’s clear that we are very blessed to have so many hard working and dedicated volun teers that make it all possible. But another thing is apparent too when you look around at many of our clubs’ meetings and work days, none of us are getting any younger! That’s one of the reasons why I think this particu lar award is so important… We should all take every opportunity to welcome newcomers, young and old, to our club’s ranks, and recognize excep tional efforts whenever we can. New members, particularly young ones, are the future of our clubs and the MSA.

Cooper Snowman, from clearing brush to even training new groom ing operators, has proven himself to be a valuable asset and a true leader within the club. His commitment to safety and responsible riding prac tices sets a commendable example for his peers and contributes to fos tering a culture of stewardship within his local snowmobiling community. Moreover, Cooper’s innovative contributions to club promotion, including a successful social media campaign, known as “Cooper’s Cor ner”, highlight his forward-thinking approach and adaptability. His efforts have not only benefited the St. Albans

Sno-Devils but have also helped to promote and grow the snowmobiling community in our region. In recognition of his outstanding achievements and contributions, it is my honor to present, 16-year-old, Coo per Snowman with the ‘Youth Snow mobiler of the Year’ award from the Maine Snowmobile Association. Let us applaud Cooper for his dedication, leadership, and passion for snowmo biling, and hopefully his example will inspire other young enthusiasts to actively contribute to the well-being and growth of snowmobiling clubs throughout our beautiful state.


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