BRUCE STATION HALL
REGISTRATION: 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
10 Clarissa Street, Iron Bridge
LUNCH HOURS: 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
TO RECEIVE A FREE BREAKFAST, FREE LUNCH, $25 GAS CARD AND BALLOT OR LOCAL PRIZE DRAW, YOU MUST RAISE:
• $100 MINIMUM: Participants 12 to 25 years of age, OR
• $150 MINIMUM: Participants 26 years and older.
Fundraising can now be done online!
Register at snowarama.org and you can have family in Vancouver and friends in Newfoundland help contribute to the cause.
BRING YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS:
We ask that a passenger raises an additional $50 if 13 and over, and $20 if 12 and under to receive both meals free.
Will be run in conjunction with the Sno Glyders poker run. For more information, contact: email@example.com
PRIZES! PRIZES! PRIZES!:
The George Willis Trophy, named in honour of the St. Joseph Island resident who consistently brought in the most donations to Snowarama for many years, will go to the rider who turns in the most money on the day of the event. Last year’s top fundraiser: Robert Carricato who raised $5,700.00
LOCAL PRIZE DRAW:
When you turn in $150, the rider receives one ballot to win great prizes from Black Creek Outfitters, Home Hardware Echo Bay, June Dipasquale West, Limberlost Lodge, North Shore Sports, Pine Ridge Services, Pit Stop, Wolseley Canada, Woody’s Wheels, and 2426 Storage. For every $50 over the $150 amount, you receive an additional ballot
1. Meals will be takeout unless we are out of Step 2 of the Roadmap to Reopen.
2. Masks are mandatory and must be worn the entire time while indoors at both the Bruce Station Hall and the Lions Club in Iron Bridge. Riders will be allowed inside (according to capacity limits) to use the facilities and to pick up their meal.
3. The vaccine passport is in effect - Proof of second vaccination is required at registration. If you are not double vaccinated and wish to participate in the event, please contact the Rotary office, 705-945-1279.
4. Physical distancing is in effect. Please ensure that there is a 2-metre distance between yourself and all other individuals (not in your household) at all times.
PLEASE NOTE: Because of the new system for Special Event Permits, Snowarama can unfortunately NO longer provide permits. ALL RIDERS must acquire a permit (season’s pass, multi-day, or a special event) and affix it to the sled to participate in Snowarama. Please go to https://permits.ofsc.on.ca/ to purchase the type of permit you wish. If you will be purchasing a special event permit, wait until the week of the event as refunds are not possible.
109 Station Rd
We are neighbours, community leaders, and global citizens uniting for the common good. Rotary’s impact starts with our members – people who work tirelessly to make the world and their communities a better place. Our motto is “Service Above Self” and our primary charitable mandate is to offer support to children with physical disabilities. This is done primarily through our close partnership with Easter Seals Ontario and with THRIVE Child Development Centre through fundraising projects.
For 100 years, the Rotary Club of Sault Ste. Marie has fostered service, leadership, and good works in our community. Founded in 1918, our mandate to support children with physical disabilities has been the heart behind the hard work of hundreds of Rotarians spanning generations.