Snowmobile Club Looking for Help Installing Trail Signs 20 Nov 17

(KEYC/GAYLORD, MN) As the thought of snow creeps closer, the Sibley County Drift Dodgers are beginning to put up signs on the trails.

A variety of signs have to be placed to both warn riders of hazards and give them information to stay safe.

The snowmobile club began pounding in the signs Saturday and have till December 1st to mark all the trails.

Club president Brandon Ronning says they have over 130 miles of trail that they have to mark.

He says because they’re in the southern part of the state and they run a lot of ditches and fields, they have to put in and take out the signs every year. So, it’s a lot of work and the club is asking for help.

If you’d like to assist in the process, you can message them on their facebook page.