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Teresa Stoffle and family: Craig

I would like to recognize some of the Craig people who help out at the MSSR Snocross races. These people give eight to nine weekends a season to help make this a success. We are dedicated to the race program and how it promotes good family values and sportsmanship.

Phil and Heather Vallem put in endless hours of preparation. Phil and baby Isaac spent hours building the tracks, then tearing down the tracks. Heather does the paperwork and writes the checks. There is insurance to maintain and it just goes on.

Jim and Mac Vallem help set up and tear down. They also flag for cautions, deliver results sheets and their trailer always puts out good food.

Ray and Bredna Parfrey mainly come to see the new grandson, but they don’t get off that easy. They get put to work too.

Dave and Brenda Lyons come to support the racers and help out whenever possible, flagging and running results.

Michael Stoffle helps “tech” the sleds for safety, checks for general regulations and helps in the pit or on the track. Teresa Stoffle helps get the races started and keep things moving right along. Michael and Teresa also take care of the young racers in the 120cc classes.

Last but not least, Bo Lyons our chief starter. Bo is one of the track officials also helps “tech” all the racing sleds.

Bo is there to help in any way. He is also one who stays to tear down the track and get things picked up for the next weekend.

A big thanks goes to you, Bo. We couldn’t do it without you and your “Billy Bob teeth.”

Kelly Corson and Justin Wahls, thanks for running to get food and drinks for the racers when no concessions were available and for help counting laps.

Bobby Hankins, thanks for all the support and knowledge you bring to this sport. See you on the track next year.

Teresa Stoffle and family

Craig