FYI ... From: TEblake@aol.com To: Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2007 10:20 PM Subject: help needed this Saturday Hi friends, This Saturday, in conjunction with
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, Jun 1, 2007
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Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2007 10:20 PM
Subject: help needed this Saturday
This Saturday, in conjunction with National Trails Day, the SPLT and the City are working to clean up the Greenbelt.
Can you please send the following information to your memberships and friends? Any amount of time that one can spare is appreciated!
Thanks for all you do folks!
SP Land Trust & City to Team Up for Cleanup pf the Greenbelt, Clark's Pond Trail
Volunteers Needed to Help on Saturday, June 2, between 8 a.m.-12 noon
The South Portland Land Trust and the City of South Portland Parks & Recreation Dept. will partner for the cleanup of the Greenbelt Walkway and the new Clark's Pond recreational trail on Saturday, June 2. The cleanup, to take place during 8 a.m.-12 noon, is part of the Land Trust's annual commemoration of National Trail's Day.
Volunteers are needed to help collect refuse along the Greenbelt's 5.7 miles walkway and the 1.5 mile Clark's Pond Trail. Those interested in taking part should report between 8 a.m. and 12 noon to one of two locations: the bridge in Mill Creek Park or behind J.P. Thornton's (Evans St. and Broadway).
Anyone interested in further details can check the Land Trust's website (splandtrust.org) or email or call Richard Rottkov at rrottkov@... or 799-5686.
The Greenbelt Walkway is located along the Fore River shore and passes through several South Portland neighborhoods. The off-road trail, popular for running, walking, biking and rollerblading, extends from the Town of Scarborough to Bug Light Park in South Portland. The Clark's Pond Trail traverses the pond's south shore, from beyond Home Depot to Westbrook St. The Land Trust, with the help of 70 volunteers, cut the trail this past October.
The American Hiking Society's National Trails Day® (NTD), held the first Saturday of every June since 1992, is America's largest celebration of trails and the outdoors. More than 1000 events are hosted by trail and community groups, public agencies, and businesses from coast to coast.
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