Our Model:A strong outdoor sports club plays an invaluable role in community development. From building trails, to hosting events, to sponsoring the local group bike ride or Saturday youth ski program, an engine for creating solutions to challenges that face a community.
Recognizing the success of existing outdoor sport clubs across the state, Healthy Hometowns is excited to partner with any non-exclusive group looking to further non-motorized, outdoor sport in their region. Using our own experience with community clubs around the world, we also provide support and guidance in developing a club model that can be tailored to work in any community.
By focusing on a club model that is community-centric rather than sports-centric we seek to bring enthusiasts of different non-motorized outdoor sports together to share resources and accomplish more. If you have an existing club interested in partnering with Healthy Hometowns, or if you are interested in developing a club model in your community contact our staff via the information on the left.
Healthy Hometowns Network:Working with Healthy Hometowns ties you into a network of clubs around the state. These organizations are working to further the active, outdoor lifestyle in their area. Visit these links to learn more about what they do:
- 10th Mountain Ski Club
- Four Seasons Trails Association
- Nordic Heritage Sport Club
- Northern Skiers Club
- Penobscot Valley Ski Club
- Southern Maine Biathlon Club