Safe Rider Classes, Expo & Spokane
Posted09/27/16 at 07:07 AM

This just in from the Winter Recreation Program. These classes are a great opportunity to educate the next generation of riders, don't miss out!

 

Good morning,

Although we have been working on getting the word out about Safe Rider Classes, we currently only have one student registered for the Puyallup show and none for the Spokane show.  I know that it’s early and that folks tend to wait until the last minute, however, it would be very helpful and appreciated if you could help spread the word. 

 

We will have our normal class during Expo, however, unless we have 8 to 10 children pre-registered for Spokane, we won’t be able to schedule that class…..it’s just not cost effective to bring both our LE officers over from Lake Chelan and have an empty class room. 

 

We are sending out tweets every other week until the time of the shows (the last tweet was sent Monday, September 12).  The registration forms can be found on our web site – www.parks.state.wa.us/winter  

 

2016 Washington Snowmobile & Power Sports Expo and Swap Meet

Puyallup Fairgrounds

Safe Rider Snowmobile Seminar for 12-16 year olds to earn a Snowmobile Safety Certificate

Saturday, October 15

Class begins at 9:00 a.m. and concludes at 3:00 p.m.

WHAT TO BRING:

ALL Students need to have their parent or guardian bring them to the classroom and pick them up at the classroom

ALL Students need to bring their own lunch (snacks and bottled water will be provided)

Students need to bring their registration form AND their parent or guardian with them to the Blue Gate by 8:45 a.m.

 

36th Annual 2016 Snow & ATV Show

Spokane County Fair & Expo Center

Safe Rider Snowmobile Seminar for 12-16 year olds to earn a Snowmobile Safety Certificate

Saturday, November 12

Class begins at 9:00 a.m. and concludes at 3:00 p.m.

WHAT TO BRING:

ALL Students need to have their parent or guardian bring them to the classroom and pick them up at the classroom

ALL Students need to bring their own lunch (snacks and bottled water will be provided)

Students need to bring their registration form AND their parent or guardian with them to the Main Gate by 8:45 a.m.

 

Thanks for your help in getting this information out to our young riders

 

Pamela McConkey, Manager

Winter Recreation Program

Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission

 

 



 

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