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New Hampshire Snowmobile Association to Host 50th Annual Ride-In for Easterseals New Hampshire and Camp Sno-Mo February 4-6

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Meredith Elkins
Senior Vice President
Marketing & Communications

New Hampshire Snowmobile Association to Host 50th Annual Ride-In for Easterseals New Hampshire and Camp Sno-Mo February 4-6

Since 1972, the NHSA Ride-In has raised over $3.5 million for Easterseals NH

WHAT:           Dozens of snowmobile clubs and their members from around the state will gather at the Town & Country Inn and Resort in Gorham, NH, the weekend of February 4 for the 50th Annual Ride-In to support Easterseals New Hampshire and Camp Sno-Mo. A packed schedule of events includes the following

·        Comedy with Juston McKinney – Friday 9 pm

·        Snowmobile Parade – Sat. 3:30 pm. Decorate Sled & Costumes: Cash Prize

·        Camp Ride-In for kids

·        Presidential Range Riders Radar Run, Saturday 10 am -2 pm

WHY:              The NHSA’s annual Ride-In is the biggest fundraiser of the year for Camp Sno-Mo, Easterseals New Hampshire’s summer camp for children, teens, and young adults with disabilities and special needs in Gilmanton Iron Works, NH. Proceeds from the Ride-In help offset the cost of hosting camp and subsidize tuition for individual families. Some have been sending their children to camp for over 15 years.

WHEN:           9 am Friday, February 4 – 9:30 am Sunday, February 6

Full schedule of events:

WHERE:         Town & Country Inn and Resort | Gorham, NH   


(with advanced request, participating snowmobilers may be interviewed/photographed)

                              Dan Gould, NHSA Executive Director, 603.273.0220, director@nhsa.com

                              Chris Ellis, Regional Director of Camping, 603.716.6353, cellis@eastersealsnh.org

About Easterseals New Hampshire

For more than 84 years, Easterseals New Hampshire has provided exceptional services to ensure that all people with disabilities or special needs and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work, and play in their communities. As a leader in social services for individuals with disabilities and other challenges, Easterseals New Hampshire employs more than 1,600 individuals and provides essential services and on-the-ground supports to more than 23,000 people each year with 11 core programs throughout the state. Visit easterseals.com/nh.


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