Durham County ATT Workday, Saturday, June 18
billbus at gte.net
Fri Jun 17 13:42:49 EDT 2005
Bill Bussey wrote:
> Hi Volunteers for the American Tobacco Trail,
> This is a reminder of the American Tobacco Trail workday this
> Saturday, which is tomorrow! We'll be meeting at the Scott King Road
> Trailhead <http://www.triangletrails.org/DIRECTIONS.HTM> at 9 AM.
> *Saturday, June 18 at 9 AM* is our Durham County ATT Workday at Scott
> King Road Trailhead <http://www.triangletrails.org/DIRECTIONS.HTM>.
> We'll be filling some holes and ruts north or perhaps south of Scott
> KIng Road with some gravel which was donated by Wake Stone. We hope to
> use our front end loader to move the gravel to where it is needed.
> We'll have shovels, rakes and other tools needed. Bring work gloves,
> clothing appropriate for the weather, water and a snack if you like.
> We can use a pickup or fairly high clearance vehicle, to roll over the
> applied gravel. If you have one and don't mind driving it down the
> trail, please bring it.
> We'll probably work till about noon or so. Please let Curt Devereux
> <mailto:devereux at gte.net> 919 544-3948 or me <mailto:billbus at gte.net>
> 919 545-9104 know if you have any questions.
For more information on ATT workdays, please see our Volunteering page
For directions to workday meeting places and ATT Trailheads go to our
directions page at:
> *Upcoming American Tobacco Trail Workdays
> *Saturday, June 25 at 9 AM* is our Chatham ATT Workday. We may or may
> not hold this one. Location will be determined later. *
> *Saturday, July 2 Durham workday Cancelled *See us at the TRTC booth
> at the Festival for the Eno <http://www.triangletrails.org/DIRECTIONS.HTM>
> Saturday, July 9 at 9 AM *is our scheduled Chatham ATT Workday. To be
> *Saturday, July 16 *Durham ATT Workday at Scott King Road
> *Saturday, July 30 TBD*
> Look forward to seeing you this Saturday or later this Spring on the
> American Tobacco Trail
> Please let me know if you have any questions.
> Happy Trails,
> Bill Bussey
> Triangle Rails-to-Trails Conservancy
> americantobaccotrail at earthlink.net
> 919 545-9104
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