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Saturday, 7 January 2012
my letter to the District and the OFSC
I writting this e-mail to inform you, that as of January 7th 2012, I am stepping down as club President and club member of the Club Alouettes Dubreuilville. This opening season has been hard with barely no help and I have been trying my best to open up the trails as quickly as possible. As well as trying to please everyone for the last 15+ years and trying to fight my way with locals everyday, I've come to the point where it's my time to move on and do other things. So with alot of thought and a hard time making the decision since I've put my heart and soul into snowmobiling, it's with great regret I need to step down. There comes a time in life when you realise that you are a volunteer and there is so much you can take and endure. I have always thought as the OFSC and the Club as my big family, therefore it breaks my heart to do this and I feel that I am letting my family down. I had big plans and lots of ideas that I wanted to do to help promote snowmobiling in our great province to help boost our sport and the OFSC. However, with being busy with club duties I never had the time to make them happen, I guess now they will only be a dream of the past.
I will miss you all and sorry for any inconvenience this will cause.
Former Club president and Club member
Club Alouettes Dubreuilville