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MN DNR ATV Instructor and Trails Ambassador Training

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11-2008

Dear ATVAM member,

The following are class schedules for:

Certified MN Volunteer ATV Instructor (prerequisite for Trail Ambassador Program)

Volunteer Trail Ambassador Training

Nominations are being accepted until March 27, 2009 for Safety Instructor of the year. Please see below for details.

Certified Minnesota Volunteer ATV Instructor Clinic (Prerequisite for MN Trail Ambassador Program)

Class Date: 02/28/09

Class Time: Saturday 9am -12:30 pm

County: Cass

Location: Remer, MN

Class held at: Remer Soo Line Depot Building (Conference Room) Main Street Remer MN 56672

Pre-registration is required. There is no fee to attend. Participants must be at least 18 years old and pass a background check. Please bring a pen and your driver's license.

For more information contact: Lt. Todd Manley at 218-566-2268

DNR Enforcement

Safety Education Section

15011 Hwy 115

Little Falls MN 56345-4173

1-800-366-8917

www.dnr.state.mn.us/safety/instructors/index.html

Volunteer Trail Ambassador Training

Class Date: Saturday, March 21st 2009

Class Time: 9AM - 7PM

County: Cass

Location: Remer Soo Line Depot Chamber of Commerce Building Main Street Remer, MN 56672

Class held at: Depot Conference Room

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Class Date: Saturday, April 4th 2009

Class Time: 9AM - 7PM

County: Polk

Location: Thief River Falls DNR Area Office 246 125th Ave NE Thief River Falls MN 56701

Class held at: Conference Room

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Class Date: Saturday, April 25th, 2009

Class Time: 9AM - 7PM

County: Beltrami

Location: Minnesota DNR Regional Office 2115 Birchmont Beach Rd NE Bemidji, MN 56601

Class held at: Conference Room

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Pre-registration is required.

There is no fee to attend.

Individuals registering for this training must meet the following requirements:

Must be 18 years of age or older.

Must be a Certified MN DNR Volunteer ATV Instructor that is currently active. Must possess a valid drivers license.

Must complete the MN DNR ATV Safety Training CD.

(available for free 1-800-366-8917)

Must pre-study current Minnesota Off-Highway Vehicle Regulations booklet.

Please bring a pen and your driver's license. Other training materials will be supplied.

All individuals wanting to volunteer for the Trail Ambassador program must be sponsored by a local qualified organization.

Qualified Organizations:

Qualified organizations, or sponsors, (i.e. local OHV clubs) are required to be current members in good standing of one of the following:

Amateur Riders Motorcycle Association (ARMCA); All-Terrain Vehicle Association of Minnesota (ATVAM); Minnesota United Snowmobilers Association (MnUSA) Minnesota 4 Wheel Drive Association (MN4WDA).

Qualifying organizations must be willing participants in the Trail Ambassador grant program.

For more information contact: Lt. Todd Manley at 218-566-2268

todd.manley@dnr.state.mn.us

DNR Enforcement

Safety Education Section

15011 Hwy 115

Little Falls MN 56345-4173

1-800-366-8917

www.dnr.state.mn.us/safety/instructors/index.html

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