December 4, 2006
November 6, 2006
Cascade County 4 wheelers and Santa will be at Full Throttle Performance and off road Sat Dec. 16. We will be there from noon to 3 pm takeing pictures. bring your ride and get Santa Picture for only $10 and a can of food for the food bank. Bring your 4 X 4, hot rod, toy, racer, or little red wagon. Kids are welcome too along with your Wife and,or husband. Full Throttle is located at 2 15th street N.W. Just off I-15 at central ave exit, Enter from 1st ave N.W.
See you there.
For those of you living under a rock (or enjoying a trip to Baja Sur for the Mil).. the first Saturday of December is just around the corner - less than a week away!
The Lampings have offered to let us cut a few trees on their property in the Elkhorns again, so no need for tree permits.
I've volunteered to make a pot of chili again - I'm going to brave the crowds at Costco sometime this week to see about buying half a cow..
Post-up In the Forum with an RSVP and who wants to bring what as far as anything / everything else.
Cascade County 4X4
PO Box 222
Black Eagle, MT.
Leonard Nelson 406-965-3337
RVP Bud Wheeler 406-388-0048
Frontier 4 Wheelers
140 Susan Ct
Helena MT 59602
Tom Mandera 406-458-6580
RVP Joan Lewis 406-227-6446
Continental 4WD Assoc
PO Box 4124
Butte, MT. 59702-4124
Al Smith 406-491-2902
Jim Young 406-490-7011
Magic City 4 Wheelers
PO Box 21241
Billings, Mt. 59104
Joe Combs 406-861-8788
RVP Les Hergenrider 406-652-0974
PO Box 951
Bozeman, MT 59715
Mike Jongeling 406-586-4103
RVP Mike Nunn 406-388-0048
P.O. Box 361
Billings, Montana 59103
Mike Russell 406-252-3743
RVP Les Hergenrider 406-652-0974
PO Box 1416
Polson, MT. 59860
Rob St. Clair 406-883-1110
Ken Koopmans 406-883-8096
RVP Nancy Hines 406-883-2851
Come join the Bozeman Mountaineers 4WD Club for a fun family christmas tree run & BBQ in the beautiful Gallatin National Forest. We will be meeting at 9AM on Sunday Dec 3rd @ Mikes Off Road 4WD shop in Four Corners. All you will need to bring is your family, your 4WD, and your GNF Christmas Tree Permit. Stock 4WD's welcome.
Contact Rob @ 579-9073 with questions.
Magic City 4 Wheelers Meeting Minute: October 2, 2006
The new Montana license plate is here!
THE PROCEEDS WILL BE USED TO PROMOTE YOUR CONTINUED ACCESS TO OUR PUBLIC LANDS!
The plate is sponsored by the following groups:
CITIZENS FOR BALANCED USE
FAMILIES FOR OUTDOOR RECREATION
MT 4x4 ASSOCIATION
MONTANA SNOWMOBILE ASSOCIATION
MONTANA TRAIL VEHICLE RIDERS ASSOCIATION
For Immediate Publication
For more information contact:
Fred Hodgeboom, President
Montanans For Multiple Use
Kerry White, President
Citizens for Balanced Use
Approximately 100 members of grassroots associations gathered at the Montana State Capitol on Saturday. Present were: representatives of U.S. Senator Conrad Burns and U.S. Representation Denny Rehberg; Montana Public Service Commissioner, Doug Mood; Montana State Senator Jerry O'Neil; and Montana GOP Legislative Campaign Coordinator Larry Grinde. Forest use groups present were: Citizens for Balanced Use, Families for Outdoor Recreation, Montana Trail Vehicle Riders Association, Montana Snowmobile Association, Montana Four Wheel Drive Association, Montanans For Multiple Use Association, Montana Property Rights Association, and the Treasure State Alliance.
At the front steps of the Capitol, these groups presented Hal Harper, Governor Schweitzer's representative, with petitions signed by over 7800 Montana citizens. These petitions stated:
We the undersigned wish to voice our opposition to the 2001 Clinton Roadless Rule and Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath's continued support for this rule. We the undersigned furthermore ask Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer not to make any petition to President Bush asking these lands be further studied or preserved as roadless areas for future wilderness.
* to having our access to our National Forests restricted;
* to the gating and destruction of our forest roads;
* to having our National Forests mismanaged and reduced to fire fuel;
* to being subjected to arbitrary restrictions concerning our preferred activities while on our National Forests.
We are the people who live, work, pay taxes and vote in this state.
These groups submitted for Governor Schweitzer the election results from Mineral County and from Flathead County. In Mineral County 73% of the voters approved motorized recreation and roaded timber management as part of multiple use on their local forests. In Flathead County 63% of the voters voted for the forests to "be managed by the Forest Service for multiple use purposes including motorized recreation and roaded timber production."