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Eastman ATV 2019 Trail Rides & Events – Revised

April 20: Season Opener Eastman Trail

May 18: FREE LUNCH RIDE Meet & Greet Eastman Trail to Whitemouth River

June1: Ride for Mom. Check out atvrideformom.com

June 15: Seddons Corner

July 27: Mars Hill – Revised Date

Aug 17: Woodridge, Piney, Vassar

Sept 21 SUPPER RIDE! Stead

Oct 19 Eastman Trail to Woodridge

Nov 2 Bud Spud & Steak, 50/50, Silent Auction Dawson Trail Inn Lorette, Mb 6pm-9p

Rain dates following Saturday

(locations subject to change)

Visit our Events for Details or Contact: Roland 204-771-7269 or Greg   204-797-4989

CFMOTO Demo Days

Come join the Credit Guys on their Demo Days at the Sunova Center in West St Paul MB 48 Holland Road. Start June 3 PM till June 8 11 AM. Check them out on Facebook

CFMOTO will be letting the public tear up their machines in the fields! Come see their experienced CFMOTO reps putting on this special event. Learn about the machines and put them to the test!!!!!

Get Ready to Ride Eastman ATV

Members

Welcome to another season with Eastman ATV 2019, hopefully spring is just around the corner and we will be out riding the trail soon. It is that time of year again! It is membership renewal time with Eastman ATV.

Please consider renewing your membership today and continue your support for sustainable trail development and trail riding within the province of Manitoba. With your membership you show support for responsible riding and trail development in the province of Manitoba. Did you know by having a membership with our club you can get a 10% discount on your insurance from Got Toys Insurance just ask your insurance broker and they will sure to be able to help you out with a discount with your membership.

Renew Your Membership TODAY

Important date to remember; 
April, 7th AGM
June, 1st ATV Ride for Mom

Alfred Dancho

The Executive and Members of EastmanATV where saddened to hear of the sudden passing of Alfred Dancho last week.  Alfred was an active member of EastmanATV and his friendship will be dearly missed.

Our sincere condolences to his Family

Gary Greenaway, Dave Lee and Greg Gowryluk

 

Motorized backcountry Travel Restrictions “REMAIN IN PLACE”

Manitoba Media Bulletin

May 18, 2018

FIRE BULLETIN #3

Manitoba Sustainable Development advises that recent rains and an improved weather forecast has allowed some burning restrictions to be lifted in southeast Manitoba, while some other restrictions still remain due to the high risk of fires.

For the eastern region, from PR 302 to the Ontario border and from the Trans-Canada Highway south to the U.S. border the daytime campfire restrictions have been lifted.  Motorized backcountry travel restrictions remain in place.

In addition, backcountry travel restrictions have been added to the Porcupine Provincial Forest as well as the area bordered by Lake Winnipeg and Poplar River, east to the Ontario border and south to the Wanipigow River.

Campfire restrictions have been lifted in the south Whiteshell Provincial Park campgrounds (Caddy Lake, Falcon Beach, Falcon Lake-Lakeshore, Falcon Lake-Toniata Beach and West Hawk).  Campfires in north Whiteshell Provincial Park campgrounds (Brereton Lake, Dorothy Lake, Nutimik Lake, Opapiskaw, Otter Falls and White Lake) are still restricted to burning between 8 p.m. and 8 a.m.  Be sure to check with the local campground office for the latest information.

All other travel and fire restrictions remain in place.  A list of parks with campfire restrictions can be found at www.manitobaparks.com.  Visitors to provincial parks should check with park staff for the most up-to-date information.

A map of the areas affected and a detailed description of the provincial fire and travel restrictions can be found at www.gov.mb.ca/sd/fire/Restrictions/index.html.  Local municipalities may also implement burning bans or fire restrictions.  Check with local municipal offices or visit www.gov.mb.ca/wildfire/burn_conditions.html for more information.

For further general information on fire status, maps, burning permit cancellations or other restrictions go to www.gov.mb.ca/wildfire or follow the Twitter account at www.twitter.com/mbgovnews.

For additional information on these restrictions, contact the nearest Manitoba Sustainable Development office.  To report a wildfire, call 911 or the toll-free T.I.P. line at 1-800-782-0076.

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**TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE SOUTHEAST**

Manitoba Media Bulletin

April 30, 2018

FIRE BULLETIN #1

Manitoba Sustainable Development advises that a number of travel restrictions have been put into place and burning permits remain cancelled for the eastern and central regions of Manitoba due to dry, windy conditions and the high risk of fires.

Travel restrictions are in place for much of southeast Manitoba, from Lake Winnipeg and the Wanipigow River south to the U.S. border, and from PR 302, PTH 12, PR 317, PTH 59 and PR 319 all the way to the Ontario border.  Restrictions are also in place in the Mars Hill Wildlife Management Area.  Back-country travel in these areas is only allowed between 8 p.m. and 8 a.m.  Any essential required travel outside of these hours will require a permit until further notice.  Burning permits are cancelled, but campfires in approved firepits are allowed, and propane or electric grills can be used for cooking.

Local municipalities may also implement burning bans or fire restrictions.  Check with local municipal offices or visit www.gov.mb.ca/wildfire/burn_conditions.html for more information.

For further general information on the fire status, maps, restrictions, burning permit cancellations or other restrictions go to www.gov.mb.ca/wildfire or follow the Twitter account at www.twitter.com/mbgovnews.

For additional information on these restrictions, contact the nearest Manitoba Sustainable Development office.  To report a wildfire, call 911 or the T.I.P. line (toll-free) at 1-800-782-0076.

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For more information:

  • Public information, contact Manitoba Government Inquiry: 1-866-626-4862 or 204-945-3744.
  • Media requests for general information, contact Communications Services Manitoba: 204-945-3765.
  • Media requests for ministerial comment, contact Communications and Stakeholder Relations: 204-945-4916.


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