Terry Head has always loved the outdoors whether walking or riding on a machine. After working across the world he moved up here in 2012. Terry started working with the drifter association on trail cleanup and events. He has recently joined the club as our treasurer. While he enjoys the sledding part the added bonus is working and riding with the drifters and he looks forward to meeting more members on the trails this year.
Scott Neale first arrived in the Fort McMurray in 1996 to come to work like many people have over the years. Last year as he was preparing to bring his family to make the permanent move to Fort McMurray, The Beast made its appearance leaving its mark on the people, the city and the landscape. In June 2017, they came back to settle into their home and like many others lived the life of recovering from the fire.
He has been a SnoDrifter member for 2 years, his family have been avid sled riders since 2008. His most memorable sleds were 1980 John Deere 340 Spit Fire, 1985 SkiDoo Formula SP and 2009 Polaris RMK 600, which he still rides today. He is very happy about being the President of the SnoDrifter club, and intends to continue grow the great reputation and support established by past members.
Troy Paterson came to Fort NcMurray 12 years ago. He presently manages Pioneer Rentals and has supported the club on many occasions. His love of the outdoors and all things with engines made him a natural fit for a board position. Troy supports Fort McMurray and the Oil Sands both in business and personally.