☺CSC First Club Meeting of 2018☺ ☼►1.19.2018◄☼

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    In reference to community service Kelly and I were talking and we were thinking of identifying a different local charity each month or quarter we could donate to? We don't mind heading up this effort.
     
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    I just saw this thread, forgive me for chiming in late. The Tonto Recreation Alliance (TRAL) now administrates the Adopt-A-Trail program for the Tonto National Forest, so you guys could easily apply to officially adopt FR27 AKA the back road to Mt. Ord. The requirements are pretty casual, basically a commitment to monitor (run) the trail periodically (once or twice a year I believe, more or less often depending on the popularity of the trail), maintain the trail to a minimum standard with regards to trash and brushing, and report any safety issues to TRAL (over and above the obvious stuff like it being a narrow road with a huge freaking dropoff :D).

    For more info have whoever you want to be the pointman on this send an email adat@tralaz.org, that goes directly to the ADAT coordinator. He can hook you up, and even recommend a place to get club decals made.​
     
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