The season has concluded, unfortunately with some rained out events at the end
Thank you all for supporting SWOTPA and we look forward to seeing you all next year
2019 SWOTPA Banquet
DATE: Saturday, November 30th
PLACE: Inwood Fire Hall
PRICE: $25/ticket – payable at the door
To order tickets, please notify Kendra Peart either by phone, text or email
(519) 918-8435 | email@example.com
Any and All Welcome
VOLUNTEER TO WORK AT A PULL
If you are interested in volunteering with the SWOTPA, please contact any of the executive team or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDENTS TO GET COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS
The tasks would consist of:
Helping in the puller registration booth
Working with the announcer and recording the puller distances
Runner between Registration, Announcer Table, Pullers, etc
The SWOTPA Executive is looking for suggestions from our pulling family-YOU.
Please feel free to speak to any member, executive or send suggestions to: email@example.com
QUESTIONS OF THE WEEK
Question: I think my group would be interested in hosting a pulling event. How do I find out more about what is
Answer: If your organization is looking for information on hosting an event, please speak with our president
Rob Rodger or our vice-presidents – Connor Cook or Anson Bailey – who will be able to provide you with more information.
Question: What order will the classes be pulling in??
Answer: This is given to the drivers when they register and is always subject to change based on track conditions, noise bylaws in the municipality, etc.
Question: I’d like to start pulling. Where would I find out more information?
Answer: The rule book for SWOTPA can be found on our web site. Pullers are generally a very helpful bunch and enjoy helping someone break into the sport. You can contact our president, vice-president or head tech official (names and phone numbers are on our web site) for more information.
Question: A pull was rained out – will there be a reschedule date?
Answer: SWOTPA does not reschedule events the majority of the time. Most events are planned for several months in advance and there are so many variables to coordinate.
Question: I was at a pull and it was rained out half way through and I didn’t get a refund. Why not?
Answer: Gate refunds are not a decision of SWOTPA but of the host organization. These organizations for the most part put the funds raised after expenses are used for community projects but they also have expenses that are involved with hosting the event that are fixed costs.
If you have a question – just ask – things such as:
Welcome Kendra Peart to the SWOTPA family as our New Secretary – for bio click here
Thank you: Many thanks to Margaret Ann Wright (aka – MAW) for her dedication and hard work as SWOTPA secretary from 2013 to 2018.
Volunteers Wanted:SWOTPA is looking for volunteers who would like to help at the Registration Trailer and/or as a Distance Recorder. This volunteerism is open to the public (adult/student). SWOTPA is recognized as a valid avenue for students to collect their volunteer credit hours. If interested, please contact any member or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Drivers – Please check all website information regarding your tractor/truck, pulling team and profile information. If any information is incorrect, please contact Deb Tetreault.
RULE CHANGE – The Light Hot Farm class has made an interim rule change in the cubic inch of the motor from 410cu to 360cm. For any questions or concerns, please contact the association President, Rob Rodger or Class Representative, Huey Levasseur RULE LINK
SWOTPA Teams and Followers– if you would like to see something added to the SWOTPA website, please see any pulling team or executive member. We THANK YOU for all your support!