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Afternoon Q&A Convention Weekend
     ISSA members and snowmobilers in general with concerns or comments regarding the transition of
power over the state snowmobile program in Iowa are invited to attend a question-and-answer session
at the 2017 ISSA Annual Convention in Cedar Rapids Nov. 18.
     Moderated by ISSA officials, the forum will begin at 3 p.m. in the two-hour agenda slot previously
occupied by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (IDNR). The convention will be located
at the
Hilton Hotel Cedar Rapids Convention Complex in downtown Cedar Rapids.
     On Sept. 11, the ISSA signed a cooperative agreement with the IDNR to assume control of the
snowmobile trail grant process and the distribution of more than two-thirds of the snowmobile
registration fees collected annually.
     The contract also transferred ownership of the groomer fleet to the ISSA, and administration of the
program now falls on the ISSA’s Review and Selection Committee (RSC) for approving grant requests
and on the ISSA’s Emergency Funding Committee (EFC) for issuing payments. ISSA President Chris
Willey and Past ISSA President Terry Durby will assume permanent positions on those subcommittees.
     The Q&A session with the ISSA anchors the Saturday afternoon seminars at convention, additional
break-out sessions include an update on the ISSA’s youth program, and the Saturday evening banquet
will feature entertainment and a special guest speaker.
     Now entering its 44th year, convention weekend will also include a snow show Saturday as well as
board elections Saturday morning and hospitality Friday evening. Convention forms can be downloaded
here. Full registration costs $75 and does not include lodging.