posted: February 20, 2019
By his own admission, Clint Brownrigg is a snowmobiling enthusiast. He’s also a member of the Lee River Snow Riders, and recently he made a major donation to the club.
Brownrigg donated a pallet of supplies to the club, including shovels, brooms, shop towels, toilet paper, garbage bags, , ice melt, among many items.
“It’s the least I can do for the club,” said Brownrigg, who operates Brownrigg Agencies. “I ride the trails every weekend. The work of the volunteers, groomers and club is very much appreciated.”
Lee River Snow Riders’ President Brad Wall said such donations are very much appreciated.
“Clint’s generosity was very much appreciated and much needed,” said Wall. “It’s this kind of ownership which makes our club one of the very best in Manitoba.”
Recently, it was announced the club had surpassed more than 300 members, which roughly translates into more than 600 individuals.
“Our club continues to move forward and grow,” said Wall. “Our goal is to enhance the snowmobiling experience of our members and the people who ride our trails.”