Author Archives: MSC Treasurer

M.S.C. THIS & THAT!!!

MSC RIDERS – If you have elected to move yourself up, you must notify the Registrar/PointsKeeper Amy Rutledge – 845-657-7259. HONDA CONTINGENCY from the rain out race on June 21st has been rescheduled for July 26th at Ace.  Please spread the word to your friends. South Woods Sportsmen – September 20th.  As previously mentioned, the

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MSC UPDATES

Hello, Good to see everyone at Practice Wednesday and Sunday. Coming up for April……..Practice at Ace, Saturday April 11th, MSC Point Race at Claverack, April 19th(Kawasaki Contingency), MSC Point Race, Kalamuski Farm, April 26th. If you have not renewed your MSC MEMBERSHIP, now is the time to do it!  Hopefully, you have not lost your

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MSC INFORMATION

Hello to everyone.  So good to see you Awards Night. Congratulations.                                       Thank you to all our Sponsors and the volunteers who assist us and make the magic happen.       If you were unable to attend Awards Night, your awards & prizes are available at the Claverack Track during the racing season, and alternate arrangements can be made for

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ATTENTION!

To all M.S.C. Members, June 22nd will be the 1st race of the season for South Woods at their new track……. Contingencies from Kawasaki and Suzuki.  We’re looking forward to a new track and a great day of  racing.  See you there!                                                                                                                                                                      Don’t forget there is an M.S.C. Schedule change………………..August 3rd………………….South Woods. The M.S.C.  is celebrating their  anniversary of

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MSC “Family Motocross”

October 22, 2007  Hello to Everyone. As our MSC RACE SERIES concludes, we look forward to our MSC AWARDS NIGHT, JANUARY 27, 2008.  Our new web site has been enhanced to meet the challenge of the future.  It includes: Home Page, Communications, Racing Schedule, Tracks, Faq, Rulebook, Applications, Contacts, Contingency, and MSC History……………..A big “Thank You” to John Nicholas

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