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58 FMST volunteers came out to work on National Public Lands Day

From: Will & D.
Sent on: Wednesday, October 2, 2013 10:54 PM

We had 58 volunteers come out to work on National Public Lands Day this year at Falls Lake.

 1 - Sections 15-22 received routine trail maintenance.

 2 - Bridge Site 1 at Red Mill Road had 3000 lbs. of concrete mixed and poured for bridge foundations.  A crew also worked on Friday to prep this work area.  Bridge Site 2 had the foundations dug and prepared for October 26 workday.  A HUGE THANKS to Steve Terrill for his hard work and 250 hours of planning for these bridges.  Lots of work has been done but we still have work to get these 2 bridges done. 

 3 - Volunteers assisted Ranger Adam Carver at Rolling View to resurface the fishing dock.  We teamed up with State Parks and Rec. on this project since the MST goes through this park.

 Thanks to the Army Corps of Engineers for providing snacks and Gatorade for this event.

 Another successful workday at Falls Lake on the MST!  Our next workday is October 26 with a Cookout at Rolling View.

 Thanks, Jeff Brewer

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