Date: February 14th 2012

Here's an opportunity for you! Get out and take care of that creeping brush to start the year off right. If you can make it out on this one, please either hit reply or send an e-mail to me: tturner@pcta.org, and I'll get you on the list.


Winter Brushing Crew
Ft. Rains to the Bridge
Monday February 27th

Who:     6 volunteers of any skill level + 1 volunteer to help run power brusher (will need some skill with this)

What:    This section needs a great deal of serious brushing and winter is the best time to get ahead of the lush growth.   This section will be used for a Trail Skills College Class so this work must be done before mid- April.

When:    Meet at the east side of Bridge of the Gods at 8:00 AM (2-27-2012).

Bring:   Bring gloves, work boots for wet conditions, rain gear, lunch, and water. We will provide all the tools, safety gear, and leadership/training.

Crew Leader:    Bill Hawley
Assist. Leader: Dennis Beard


Thanks for considering helping us out on this one!!
Tammy Turner
Volunteer Coordinator
PCTA, Mt. Hood Chapter


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