The local Sudbury area STOP Program wishes to thank the sponsors who help the STOP volunteers in making your Snowmobiling safe! Please support our sponsors!
In 1998, the Valley East Lions Club donated, $500 hundred dollars, for administration supplies for the local Sudbury Area, STOP Program.
In 1998, Polaris Grant in Aid Donated, $1,000.00. Sixty percent of this grant paid for the over costs of the 1997 season.
In 1999, Action Sudbury donated $1,000.00 to help defer the out of pocket expenses for the Sudbury Area Volunteers. The accompanying picture is with Sleepy Bear (Travel Lodge Mascot), Ron Roy, chair of Action Sudbury, Janet Depatie, O.F.S.C District 12 Governor, Spl Cst Bob Hulme,
Pictured here is O.F.S.C District 12 Governor, Ms Janet Depatie giving S.T.O.P. Spl/Cst Kelly Beaudon a chepue for $1,000.00. The money donated in 1999, will be used to purchase an emergency sleigh and equipment for the sleigh. The S.T.O.P. volunteers will use the sleigh when called upon to assist Police with search & rescues.
S.T.O.P. Spl/Cst Robert Chartrand, Thanking Lawrence of Falcon Communications. In 1999, Falcon Communications donated the use of two-way Radios & airtime. The radios also have phone patch capabilities. Thank you, Lawrence & Doug of Falcon Communications.
Marsh Canada Limited, in 1999 donated $250.00 towards the S.T.O.P. Program. Ms. Brenda Clark donates the chepue to S.T.O.P. Spl/Cst Robert Chartrand, missing from the picture Ms. Diane Suski. Thanks Diane for your support!
S.T.O.P. Spl/Cst Robert Chartrand, Thanking Dave Colquhoun & Norm of Northern Communications. In 1999, Northern Communications, Paging and Messaging Services, donated the use of pagers for the S.T.O.P. Volunteers. The donation allowed eight volunteers to carry pagers, allowing a faster response time to emergency call outs!
S.T.O.P. Volunteer Mark Zinger, Thanking Norm Hein for his donation of $300.00. The $300.00 will be used to purchase key fobs. The key fobs will be handed out on the trails at special functions, during the 1999/2000 snowmobile season.
Knights of Columbus, Hanmer donated $500.00 dollars to the local S.T.O.P. Program. Spl/Cst Mark Zinger & Spl/Cst Greg Giroux accepted the chepue on behalf of S.T.O.P. In the picture Greg & Mark receive the Chepue from Rolly (Knights of Columbus), also in the picture Cst Carl Hoeg from the Sudbury Regional Police Service.
Clarke Phillip Safety Supplies donated an Emergency Trauma Jump Kit to the Sudbury Area Volunteers. The Emergency Trauma Jump Kit will be stored in the Emergency S.T.O.P. Sleigh.
Canada Post Donated $500.00 to S.T.O.P. Sudbury Area, to help offset the volunteer expenses. Mark Zinger from Canada Post presented the chepue to S.T.O.P..
Cst. Norm Lamarche C.P.Police, presented S.T.O.P with a commercial printer for the computer. C.P. Police has been working with STOP in the Sudbury Area for a number of years.
Ontario Community Council Against
Impaired Driving (O.C.C.I.D) representative Ron Roy, presented a chepue for
$178.00 to Spl/Cst Gary Lamarche in Sudbury. The money was raised during the
Arrive Alive Bottle Drive, 2000.
Snowmobile Trail Officer Patrol Program (S.T.O.P.) Sudbury Unit, will use
the money to purchase equipment that is required when assisting their police
partners in conducting Sobriety Spot Check.
In 2000, Action Sudbury donated $1,000.00 to help defer the out of pocket expenses for the Sudbury Area Volunteers. The accompanying picture is with Ron Roy, Chair of Action Sudbury, Spl/Cst Greg Giroux, STOP, and Richard Riach, President of The Sudbury Trail Plan.
During the 2000/2001 snowmobile season, Staples Business Depot on Notre Dame Ave, Sudbury, donated environmentally friendly, Uni-GEL, RT, Gel Ink Pens for the volunteers!
Oct 2001, O.C.C.I.D., donated $212.00. The money was raised during the Arrive Alive Bottle Drive, 2001. Snowmobile Trail Officer Patrol Program (S.T.O.P.) Sudbury Unit, will use the money to purchase black cargo pants.
Nov 2001, Action Sudbury donated $1,000.00 for the Young Snowmobilers Ride, sponsored By S.T.O.P. Sudbury Area. The event will be held on February 3, 2002
Dec 2001, Sudbury Community Focus Group donated $500.00 to train the trainers. The funds will be spent on training Two Sudbury Area STOP Officers as First Aid & C.P.R. Instructors. The STOP officers will annually train the Sudbury Area S.T.O.P. officers. The STOP officers will also train Trail Wardens, Club Executives, Club Volunteers and Snowmobile enthusiasts. The course will be targeted to snowmobiling.
Jan 2002, Northern Communications, Paging and Messaging Services, donated the use of pagers for the S.T.O.P. Volunteers. The donation allowed the volunteers to carry pagers, allowing a faster response time to emergency call outs!
Sudbury Kids Injury Prevention Coalition, co- sponsored the 4th Annual Young Snowmobilers Ride. S.K.I.P. purchased radio advertising to promote the event. Purchased specialty designed first aid kits, which were distributed at the event.
May 2002, O.C.C.I.D., donated $410.00. The money was raised during the Arrive Alive Bottle Drive, 2002. Snowmobile Trail Officer Patrol Program (S.T.O.P.) Sudbury Unit, will use the money to purchase supplies and pay the over costs of the first aid instructor training.
Nov 2002, Action Sudbury Donated an Alco-Tester to the Sudbury Area, S.T.O.P Program. The breath screening device will be used by any Police service working with the program in the Sudbury Area. S.T.O.P works with seven different police services in the Sudbury area.