Important Membership Announcement
The Lisbon Stump Jumpers (LSJ) snowmobile club continues for this year to provide memberships at a rate less than utilizing the New Hampshire Snowmobile Association (NHSA) web site for memberships. Joining directly with the Lisbon Stump Jumpers still entitles you to the discounted price of registering your snowmachine with the NH Fish and Game Department as per RSA 215-C:39. The discounted price is available if the person registering their machine has proof that they are a member of NHSA or a member of a Club that is a member of the NHSA. The Lisbon Stump Jumper SMC is a member of the NHSA.
For the 2017-2018 year you still have the option of joining the Lisbon Stump Jumper (LSJ) Club by
- Online via PayPal and a credit card (below)
- Download and print an application (below); mail it with a check or bring to an LSJ member meeting.
- At a local agent that offers NH Fish and Game (OHRV) registrations. (Lisbon – DU-EZ, Littleton – Littleton MotorSports, Bath Area – Swiftwater Way Station)
Lisbon Stump Jumper Membership fees are:
- Individual $20.00
- Family $25.00
- If you choose to also become a member of the NHSA we send $10.00 of the above fee to NHSA.
To signup with a paper form to be mailed with a check:
Update from NHSA
Memberships being sold online, directly to the public, through the NHSA Website
The NHSA board voted to halt online membership purchases via the NHSA website effective August 13, 2017. Online sales will not be available until concerns from a few clubs and individuals relating to anti-trust laws regarding a prior approved “unified dues structure” and “100% NHSA membership requirement” are resolved.
The NHSA has received opinion from lawyers that the uniform dues structure, voted on by a majority of clubs, would unlikely be violating anti-trust laws. After a complaint in the late fall of 2015, a review by the NH Attorney General found that we would unlikely run afoul of violating antitrust laws, providing we made the suggested modifications, which allowed for online sales to begin in March or 2016. Despite this, complaints to the Attorney General continue. Each complaint is seen as a new issue which must be investigated. To continue this path is exhausting to our volunteers and financial resources.
It is clear that in order to move forward we must find a different path that will provide a permanent solution in respect to the grievances. It is our goal to resolve this as quickly as possible by working with our legal counsel, the NH Attorney General’s office and all our clubs, taking whatever step are needed for a permanent solution.