Come Help AmeriCorp Volunteers Build Sandstone Loop Trail

On Saturday, June 9th you are invited to meet and work alongside our 10 AmeriCorps volunteers who are here in Trinidad helping us build hiking and biking trails over a six week period.  Meet at the Wormhole Loop Trail parking lot at 7am and we’ll be serving breakfast.  City dignitaries have been invited and will share a few words of thanks to the volunteers for joining us this summer.  Yes, yes I know it’s early, but it’s better to beat the hot sun and then you’ll have time to get to the Farmer’s Market and Santa Fe Trail Days. So please arrive at 7am with an appetite and your own tool for working on the trail, plus a hat, sunscreen, gloves and water.  Plan on spending as little as two hours helping us build the new Sandstone Loop Trail or more if you’d like.  If you have any questions about what tool to bring or anything else, please call me at 719.250.7855 or send me a private email. Please DO NOT hit reply to this email as it often goes out to all members of this group. Simply type my email into a blank form and I’ll get back to you. Thanks Trinidad Outdoor Club members! Let’s show these AmeriCorps volunteers just how much we care about them being here and outdoor recreation in our community.

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