Oct. 16, 2023
“Hello everyone! My name is Brianna Crotteau, and I am representing the Chetek Snow Flyers Snowmobile Club in Barron County. I am 22 years old, and I just graduated from the University of Wisconsin–River Falls with a degree in Agricultural Business and Dairy Science. I have now been hired as a Dairy Plant Project Coordinator in River Falls, and I also help on a small dairy farm in Barron County where we milk 120 registered Holsteins. When I’m not working, you can find me out in my deer stand, on the lake, at the gym, or enjoying some beautifully groomed snowmobile trails with my family and friends. I also spend a lot of time with my community involvements such as the Chetek Snow Flyers Snowmobile Club, Barron County Farm Bureau, and the Barron County Youth Shooting Sports Program.
I have been involved with snowmobiling for my entire life and I am very thankful for the opportunity to participate in this awesome sport! My love for snowmobiling began as soon as I was big enough to fit into my first helmet, which was about three years old. I was gifted with my first snowmobile when I was fifteen, and I thought that was the best day ever! From that day on, I have become more involved with volunteering and lending a hand to the Chetek Snow Flyers. I have helped with a lot of trail work, such as trail clean up, trail signage, working with landowners, and my new favorite, grooming trails. Some of my other involvements include decorating our groomers for parades, fundraising efforts for the club, open house events, and member recruitment.
I would like to become the next AWSC Miss Snowflake because I believe that this position is very special for the AWSC and the future of snowmobiling. As my love and passion for snowmobiling continues to grow, the Miss Snowflake role excites me for the opportunities to meet new people, learn lots, and share my experiences with many members, youth, and prospects of the sport across the entire state”.