Registration sticker information
New stickers are being issued with die cut word VOID. Read this info from DNR about the stickers.
A tale of two VOIDs: There will be a couple of times customers will question you on “Why do my new stickers say VOID?!?!” You can help them figure that out by asking a one question: “Is the word VOID printed in black ink below the year or does it look to be stamped or cut into the decal itself?”
If the word VOID is printed in black ink below the year, as in the 2018 example below, this indicates that customer transferred the vehicle without renewing. Regardless of what “expiration year” is printed on the decal, if the word VOID is printed in black ink, the decal is VOID.
If the word VOID appears stamped or cut into the decal itself, this is a safety feature to prevent someone from transferring the decal from one vehicle to another. You can see an example on the green 2019 decal below as well.
The Cross Country Cruisers Snowmobile Club would like to thank the following individuals and companies who helped make our “Open House” a success:
Chairpersons: Steve Wolfe, Sue Suchy & Jon Cooksey.
Sub Chairpersons: Kitchen – Sandy Mickle and Bob Rentmeester;
Beverages – Bill Lemke;
Bucket Raffles – Cyndi Olsen;
Raffles – Deb Wolfe;
Clothing Sales – Lori Wick & Gina Welch;
Ticket Sales – Lois Assmann and Jan Schenning;
Radar Run – Illinois Valley Sportsman’s Club;
Bikini Run – Sue Slominski;
Groomer Rides – Jeff Easterday;
Shuttle Rides – Northland Docks;
Lake Preparation – Fred Suchy;
Poster Distribution – David Assmann;
Bonfire – Don Schneider;
Cook – Chris Welch.
AND ALL the Volunteer workers who stepped up and gave of their time to insure that this major Cruisers event was a great success. .
Major Sponsors: Slo’s Pub; Heart II Bar & Grill; Preuss’s Pub; Stingray’s Bar & Grill; Deans Distributing and The Minocqua Area Chamber of Commerce.
Fast Times Sponsors: Wolfe Lawn Care; Curt Brostrom Insurance; Custom Caretaking & Landscaping, LLC; BSI Associates and Paul Bunyan’s Cook Shanty.
Raffle Prizes: All the area businesses and individuals who graciously donated all the gifts and Certificates.
Displays: Antique Snowmobiles – Jeff Schwaller; Ken Mueller. Also the Racing sled & Trailer – Matt Ritchie Racing.
Food and Beverage: TJ’S Butcher Block; Trig’s Foods; Kwik Trip; Dean’s Distributing and Pine Arbor Resort.
Property use: Mr. Joe Switerski
Advertising Sponsor: Lakeland Times
A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL THE MEMBERS OF THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES, FRIENDS AND MEMBERS OF THE CROSS COUNTRY CRUISERS FOR ATTENDING OUR “OPEN HOUSE” EVENT. THE NET PROCEEDS OF THIS EVENT WILL BE ADDED TO OUR GROOMER SAVINGS FOR FUTURE PURCHASE OF GROOMING EQUIPMENT. THESE PROCEEDS WILL HELP US CONTINUE TO PROVIDE THE BEST SNOWMOBILE TRAILS for OUR MEMBERS AND SURROUNDING COMMUNITY BUSINESSES.
Cross Country Cruisers Trail Report
Trails are closed. Have a FANTASTIC SUMMER. Let’s still think SNOW FOR THE 2017-2018 SEASON.
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