Steve is originally from Vermont, but made the move to Cedar Pond in Milan a few years ago. Steve and his wife Mary love riding the trails but Steve is also an active volunteer for the club using his John Deere tractor for many different projects. Steve is one of those people you can always count on for the last minute projects that seem to pop up without any notice.
Sue is from Deerfield, NH and works at a local hospital. She and her husband Wayne have a camp in Stark and they love riding the trails with their dogs.
Janet was a co-owner of Gord's Corner Store in West Milan from 2010 until 2022. Her finance background was a perfect fit for the club and she has done an outstanding job in taking care of the club's books.
Lauren is an ATV rider who along with her husband and three kids have a camp in Milan on Cedar Pond. Lauren is an office manager with great organizational and computer skills. She has been instrumental in getting the new online membership program up and running and does a great job organizing the club's paperwork.
Larry has been a snowmobile rider since the mid-1980's has been heavily involved in trail development in the Groveton, Stark, Milan and Berlin area since 1998. When the Milan Trail Huggers club formed in 2014, Larry was asked to become trail master for the club because of his past trail experience and landowner contacts. Larry has a John Deere tractor that is often used to maintain the club's in-the-woods trail he uses an Arctic Cat ATV for riding and trail work.
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Steve is a contractor with over thirty years in the industrial flooring industry. He and his family have the distinction of being the first official campers at Jericho State Park and currently have a vacation home on Cedar Pond. Steve raced dirt bikes in his teens and later as his children became interested, he transitioned over to ATVs and then most recently a side-by-side. Steve is also an avid snowmobiler and is happy to help out with and support the club in their efforts to maintain existing and develop new trails.
Trisha is a local real estate agent so she knows a lot of people in the area which is very helpful when we are trying to get new trails across private land. Her and her husband are also active side-by-side riders.
Mike and Dana are avid ATV riders and they are always willing to help out with club related projects. Every year that are part of the crew that puts up (and takes down) trail signs along the road trails. They also have participated in most of our bridge building projects over the past few years.
Bob is an active ATV and snowmobile rider. He enjoys working on club projects and keeps an eye on local town politics.
Rich and his wife Rebecca are entrepreneurs who run several businesses. They and their family have a house in Stark and love riding snowmobiles in the winter and ATV's in the summer. Most of their businesses are located in central New Hampshire, but they just opened a new repair center for cars and ATV's in Berlin. Rich is always willing to help with projects and his mechanical background and stash of tools makes him a sought out resource for many club projects
John is a retired construction supervisor with extensive experience in large building projects. He has a side-by-side ATV that he likes riding on the trails with his wife Jane. John is a frequent participant in trail projects and his construction experience is a great asset for club projects.
Kevin is a past president of the club. He and his wife Karen have been board members for several years and they own a Lodge in Stark that serves ATV and snowmobile riders. Kevin is a master carpenter and is one of only a few craftsmen trusted to work on the Stark Covered Bridge. Karen has an accounting background so they both bring great skill sets to our board.
Andy is a life-long snowmobiler and a retired state police officer. He became involved in ATV riding in 2012 and since then has put thousands of miles on his 2-seater and 4-seater side-by-side UTV's. Andy has a vacation house on Cedar Pond which is on one of the club's road trails and has been an active volunteer with the club since it started. No matter what the problem is, Andy will find a way to solve it and we welcome his "can-do" attitude as one of our board members.