Monthly Work Party
Thursday Sept 1st, 9AM to Noon
Gabriel Park Community Gardens

SW Trails regular monthly first Thursday Work Party for Thursday September 1st will at Gabriel Park.  We will be guided by Parks Lands Stewardship Soft Surface Trails folks. We are doing a trail reroute on SW Trail number 3 as it passes through the park and some additional brushing and tread work as time allows.  The weather looks to be cooler than recent days so it should be a fine day to get some exercise and come help SW Trails improve the Urban Trail System. The Work Party begins at 9AM and goes until NOON.  We are meeting at the Gabriel Park Community Gardens parking lot, see the map and Google Maps link below

Link to Google Maps –>https://goo.gl/maps/CHx83iN24aE2

Attire should be sturdy shoes, work cloths.  Parks will bring water, tools, snacks, gloves.  Bring along a jacket as we might get some welcome sprinkles on Thursday.  I am looking forward to seeing you at this work party. Our Urban Trail system in SW Portland is a unique and valuable asset for all of us to enjoy and your help in maintaining and improving it is greatly appreciated

Any questions contact
Dave Manville

daville50@comcast.net
503-753-8186

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