Dodge County Rep: Scott Gmeinder


        Favorite part about being a part of this organization:  I enjoy hanging out with the people in the club at all the club functions, whether it is meetings or working on trails together.  I also love how we all come together to do this. It is extremely awesome to me now because my niece and nephew (5 and 8) love coming to out to help on trail stuff with me.  I don't dare go out and do it and not take them, if they know I am going out to work on something for the snowmobile club, they always want to come along!

        Favorite place to ride: I like to ride in our own area, because I know all the work that goes into it.  I love getting to ride on our own trails, because you get to see all your hard work pay off.  It is especially great when other people comment on how great, and how much work has gone into your trails.  If we are not fortunate enough to get sufficient snow in our area, I enjoy ridding in Michigan's UP.

Columbia County Rep:  John & Norri Brozek

Club Treasurer: Norri Brozek


​        Favorite part about being a part of this organization: Their favorite part about being in the Sno Blazers is that we work hard, but we also have fun while working.  They also love that they have gained so many great friends through this organization and sport. 

​        Favorite place to ride: They enjoy riding in our area but if weather and snow does not allow they like riding in  Medford, WI.

Club Officers

Website Coordinator: ​Kendra Minick

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         Favorite part about being apart of this organization:  My favorite part about being in this snowmobile club is the opportunities it opens you up too.  First, it gives you this huge group of people you can ride with and whom become a family to you.  Second, it gives you chances to give back to the community and present snowmobiling in such a positive image, like for example, our White Elephant in January, where we raise money for different charities in the community.  Finally, I love how you get to work with such a diversity of people.  You have members who have been here since the start, you have young adults, children and even babies, who are all apart of one group with one focus.

         Favorite place to ride:  I love riding around all our local trails, but if I had to choose my favorite day ride it would be up to Green Lake and grabbing a meal on the lake. 

Club Membership Chair: Carol Jones



            Favorite part about being a part of this organization: My favorite part of being with the Columbus-Fall River SnoBlazers is spending time with friends and family.  It is great meeting with members and socializing.  I really enjoy helping with raising money for the club.  The best thing with the club is we give money to local charities in our area.  Our annual Pancake breakfast in June & July at Silver Springs is great time to be with members and campers.

            Favorite place to ride: My favorite place to ride is anywhere you can find snow!  I like to ride both local and up north in the St. Germain area.  It is great to just hop on the trail with my husband and step-daughter to go for a ride.      

Columbus Fall River Sno-Blazers

Secretary: ​Cindy Humpry 

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         Favorite part about being a part of this organization:  My favorite part about being apart of the snowmobile club is the friendship and the get together's with all the other members of the club. I also look forward to snowmobile club functions that are money raisers for the club.  It is so great how everyone works together.  I think it's great what the club does for the members that are ill or that are passed.  It shows we are very caring people. 

Vice PRESIDENT: ​Lori Schwoerer


           My favorite part about being a part of the Sno-Blazers is that I enjoy socializing and working with others with similar interests to promote snowmobiling and our Club in our area.  Our Club members not only work hard to keep our trails prime for snowmobiling, but also to give back to the community in many ways including donating their time and fundraising for local charities. I am proud to work with them and be a part of a great organization.

            My favorite place to ride is right here on the Columbia County trails that the local clubs work hard to maintain!  It is nice when you can leave your house, and just jump on the snowmobile and go.  I enjoy the rides through the woods the most, they are beautiful in the winter with the snow covered trees and winding trails. In addition, there are many locally owned, small-businesses on the trails that support snowmobiling. Those are some of my favorite places to stop return the support in return.

President: ​Erin Jones



           Favorite part about being a part of this organization: My favorite part about being a part of the Columbus -Fall River SnoBlazers is spending time with family, and meeting new and old friends who share the same passions. Not just a passion for snowmobiling and the winter season, but for helping others in need by raising money, lending a hand, or sharing ideas to make our club and community more enjoyable for everyone. It is an optimistic group of people that wish for enough snow every year just so we can get together to share some laughs, take in the scenery, and enjoy the sport of snowmobiling. Even the seasons with little to no snow fall, the work is still put in, just in case there is just one weekend we can hit the trails.

​        Favorite place to ride: My favorite place to ride is anywhere with snow! But it is always best when you can grab your gear, jump on your sled and start right from home. The time and effort that goes into the trails from the planning and the marking, to the generosity of the landowners that grant permission year after year makes one really appreciate the trails we have in the Columbus-Fall River area. Ultimately, my favorite local loop is on Christmas Day when my husband, family, and I go for nice long ride and grab dinner in Cambria before heading back home. However, when we have to go searching for snow, the north woods area of St Germaine or the UP of Michigan offer spectacular views and plenty of challenges to see just how far many miles we can go in a day.