Tony was President of the Club from 1990 to 1991. In addition, he held a Director and Vice President position during his time with the Trailblazers. “He and Dot were good members, willing to help and knew how to have fun” a member stated.

During Tony’s time as President, there were concerns from the local riders that the trails were in poor condition and needed upgrading. At that time, the Alberta Forest Service groomed our trails. Tony stepped up and stated that “the AFS and the Trailblazers have a good working relationship and the AFS do a tremendous job, but there is only so much money available this year. Unfortunately, riders were out on the trails too early this year and did damage to the trails.” Moser, the AFS and a Representative from the Town met and made a plan to groom the trails for the upcoming events and to come up with some money for the next season. The Rally and Snowarama were held that season and the trails were decent. It’s working relationships such as these, that the Trailblazers worked hard to develop and still to this day we have great partnerships with Alberta Parks and Environment, Town of Whitecourt and Woodlands County. Thanks to all of our contributors who are still building and maintaining those relationships for 40 years.

“Tony and Dot were good supporters of the club and helped in everything that needed doing” stated another member. Tony, Dot and their son, Howard helped on committees for events and activities for the Club during those years as members. Unfortunately, they have both passed away – Tony (2005) and Dot (2008). Thank you to the Mosers for their contributions.

1988 – Tony and Dot Moser
1988 – Tony

1988 – Doug Hay, Alex Manweiler, George Vanberg and Tony Moser
Howard Moser