2013-01-31 / Top News

Dan Tveito re-elected to Snowmobile N.D. Board


Beaver Valley Sno-Goers Officers who attended the Snowmobile North Dakota Convention in Rugby were back row, left to right, Treasurer Karen Hulm, Trail Coordinator Dennis Hulm, President Dan Tveito and Secretary Melissa Wolf-Tveito. In front is Vice President Randy Zacher. Beaver Valley Sno-Goers Officers who attended the Snowmobile North Dakota Convention in Rugby were back row, left to right, Treasurer Karen Hulm, Trail Coordinator Dennis Hulm, President Dan Tveito and Secretary Melissa Wolf-Tveito. In front is Vice President Randy Zacher. Dan Tveito of Linton was re-elected to the Snowmobile North Dakota Board of Directors during the annual Snowmobile North Dakota Convention, held Nov. 30- Dec. 1, in Rugby.

Snowmobile North Dakota (SND) consists of five regions, and Tveito, who also serves as President of the Beaver Valley Sno-Goers, was re-elected as a Director for Region 4, and he is serving in his third 2-year term. Tveito also serves on the Equipment Committee, Employee Review Committee, and the Legislation, Bylaws, Enforcement and Safety Committee for the SND.

Also attending the SND Convention were Beaver Valley Sno-Goers officers Randy Zacher (vice president), Karen Hulm (treasurer) and Melissa Wolf-Tveito (secretary); and BVSG Trail Coordinator Dennis Hulm.

Snowmobile North Dakota (SND) is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization that oversees the recreation of snowmobiling across the state. It is contracted by the North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department to manage the state snowmobile trail system.

Dan Tveito

Snowmobile North Dakota is made up of snowmobile clubs, and individual/family and business memberships. Together these clubs and members make up 14 trail associations in North Dakota.

The state trail system consists of over 2,800 miles of groomed trails. The trail program receives contract dollars from the North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department to assist with the operation of the state snowmobile trail system. The organization also relies heavily on support from volunteers.

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