The NHSA Annual Meeting is a celebration of the past season.
In addition to the traditional New Hampshire Snowmobile Association business, officers are elected, volunteers are honored, scholarships announced, and hundreds of snowmobilers gather from all over NH to reflect and socialize over a meal. Nominate a volunteer for an Annual Award.
2021 NHSA Annual Meeting
The NHSA Annual Meeting is scheduled for June 5, 2021 at Mohawk Falls, 1478 Route 26, Colebrook, NH.
All members of the NHSA are welcome to attend.
Coffee and donuts available in the morning.
Meeting should last approximately two hours.
10am REGISTRATION OF DELEGATES
11am CALL MEETING TO ORDER
Salute to the Flag
Roll Call of Counties and Delegates
Introduction of guests
Introduction of NHSA Past Presidents
Introduction of NHSA Board of Directors
Introduction of NHSA Office Staff
AWARDS FROM OTHERS
New Hampshire Bureau of Trails
New Hampshire Fish & Game
Easterseals of New Hampshire
Easterseals Ride-In for Camp Sno-Mo Announcement
Election of Officers
10 Minute Break
INTRODUCTION OF 2021-2022 OFFICERS
2021 NHSA Elections
Elections will be held June 5 at the NHSA Annual Meeting.
The slate of nominated officers as of 3/5/21 are:
- President: Chris Runnals
- Vice President: Tom Willand
- Secretary: Lisa Charrette
- Treasurer: Steve Kiander
Submitted by Kim Bergeron, Chairman NHSA Nominating Committee.
Elections – At the Annual Meeting there shall be an election of officers by the delegates present. A nominating committee appointed by the NHSA Board of Directors will present to the membership no earlier than ninety (90) days or later than sixty (60) days prior to the Annual Meeting, a slate of candidates for Executive Officers. Other candidates may be nominated by petition. All nominations by petition shall be presented on NHSA form P-1, and shall contain twenty-five (25) or more signatures of New Hampshire Snowmobile Association members in good standing on or before March 1st of that same year, shall be accompanied by a letter of acceptance from the candidate, and shall be filed at the NHSA office no later than 4pm on March 1st of the same year. A majority of fifty percent (50%) plus one (1) of the votes cast will be necessary to win. Run-off elections may be necessary to establish a majority. In the event that there are more than two (2) candidates, the candidate(s) who received the fewest number of votes shall be removed from tallying for the run-off election. The newly elected officers will be presented to the membership at the Annual Meeting.
If you are interested in becoming an officer contact Kim Bergeron for further information.
County Directors – Each County Director shall be a resident of the state of New Hampshire, a member in good standing in NHSA as defined in the NHSA Rules of Business as described in Article VIII below, and a member of a club within the county he represents, and the club shall be a member of the NHSA. County Directors shall be elected by member clubs from their respective counties for a two-year (2) term at a county meeting held no later than thirty (30) days prior to the Annual Meeting of the NHSA. Directors will be elected every 2 years. Odd Years: Belknap, Carroll, Cheshire, Coos, Hillsboro. Even Years: Grafton, Merrimack, Rockingham, Strafford, Sullivan.
Photos from NHSA 50th Anniversary Gala