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It's a bit of work finding out who your State Legislative Representatives are...

But if you want to poke around try one of these links

List County Delegations

List District Towns

Maine State House... Find your Representative by Town

How about who is on any Committee???

Maine State Senate... Find Your State Senate Member

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Latest Updates

Get a sneak preview of our new website

It is getting some tweaks but it is going to be a complete makeover. Visit the all new site here.

We think you'll be able to find the information easier, and we know we'll be able to update more quickly. If you are a MSA Club officer make sure we have your correct information in the Office and please let us know when you find wrong information on the new site about your club.

Directors Meetings

The December Meeting will be Super Raffle Drawing Night. The meeting time and directions will be updated on the Members Page but it is at the Waterville Elks Lodge.

76 Industrial St, Waterville, ME 04901 click here for directions to the meeting.

Membership for the 2021-2022 season

Online version of The Maine Snowmobiler (September issue)

The 2021-2022 Season which started October 1st 2021 has cards pouring into the Office everyday as the Clubs are starting to meet. Contact your Regions VP to see where your Clubs packet is. If you are missing any items or need more supplies try this link. If you are missing pre-printed membership cards, we will try to get them to you when you send us a detailed email. There are any number of reasons why they are missing, and our sincere apologies for that. The process to reprint them or add them to the list to be printed is still a bit troublesome on our part so patience is a virtue....

Trails Workshops

The MSA Trails Committee will be scheduling other workshops. If you didn't attend the one at the show in Augusta you missed out on some very informative information. Don't worry.. the Trails committee will be publishing a list of additional Regional workshps very soon and we'll get them up here so you can find one. For information about a trails workshop in your area, contact MSA Trails Chairman Mark Chinnock. If you need signs for club trails contact DCAF and Mike Grass Sr. for ITS signs.

Deadlines for The Maine Snowmobiler newspaper

The deadlines for printing club news and articles for the December issue of the Maine Snowmobiler was Thursday November 25th. You may submit it electronically and it might get into the paper as time and space permits.

Super Raffle

Lots of great prizes for the Super Raffle -- this is an easy sell for the clubs to generate money.
If you have been following us on FaceBook you can see that the Clubs and the MSA Officers have been busy. The MSA Office may still have some tickets and posters available for pickup. Call them at 207 622-6983 and leave a detailed message. We'll return your call with information about how to get some for your club. The Drawing will be at the Waterville Elks Lodge on December 16th. Stay tuned for more information.


Purpose of the MSA

To educate its members and the general public in the principles of safety in the use of snowmobiles.

To act as a liaison between snowmobile clubs, landowners and the state agencies who are assisting or promoting the sport of snowmobiling.

To promote better understanding between snowmobile owners, and the general public as to the proper use of snowmobiles.

To encourage the use of snowmobiles and the establishment of snowmobile trails in a manner that will result in a minimum effect on the environment.

To promote among all snowmobilers a greater respect for the rights of landowners, and other winter sports enthusiasts.

To encourage among its members an appreciation of the natural and scenic areas of our state and the need to protect them.

To encourage the passing of legislation and regulations in the best interests of both snowmobilers and landowners.

To coordinate the efforts of its members in matters relating to the use and ownership of snowmobiles.


The online MSA store has clothing items or check out those really nice duffle bags. Make your friends envious and support our sport. We will have some merchandise at the show and you will be able to order online at a kiosk if we don't have what you want or the size you need
The 2022 calendars are going like hotcakes, and we'll have some available for purchase at the Fall Show.

Scholarships Awarded

The MSA is proud to help its member families in their pursuit of higher education. There is a scholarship application for qualifying students graduating next June on the this link page with instructions.
The Scholarship Committee ran 50/50 raffle sales at the Fall Snowmobile show and due to the generousity of the attendees were able to replenish some of the neeed funds for this worthy cause. 3 lucky winners at the show profited from their donations to the cause. If you think education is important or are lucky enough to have gone to college and now have a successful career please consider making a donation. Contact the MSA office and we'll get you the information to make a charitable donation to make a differnce for someone else.


Maine is open for Business. Some Executive Orders of the Governor are still in effect and changing almost daily.    See the latest official postings on a state website for COVID-19.

Take the time to review the Economic Impact study. You can download the entire pdf document here. (opens in a new tab or window)
An Economic Evaluation of Snowmobiling in Maine:
The magic number for the 2018-2019 season was in excess of
$606 Million dollars




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