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SUBMITTED by Carol May, Trail Works Secretary

At the Trail Works April Meeting (Tuesday, 4/19 Gates Hall, 4107 Lake Rd. Pultneyville, 7 PM) Jim Chambers will be sharing his adventures with his grandchildren as they pursued their Adirondack “Kids on the Trail” Patch. The presentation will take place during the first part of the meeting, with general business being handled briefly at the end.

Our May meeting (5/17 at Park Presbyterian Church in Newark) will feature our president, Seth Burgess as he shares his quest to become an Adirondack 46er. Seth completed his 46 this year. For those unfamiliar with this quest, it is to climb each of the Adirondack peaks that are over 4000 feet in elevation. Many of the mountains are remote making this quite the challenge.

Seth and Jim will each have slides to highlight their presentations. Plan to attend and learn about the challenges and the rewards. The events are free and open to the public.

Also coming up - an opportunity to work on Trails. The Canal Clean Sweep is April 23 from 9AM - noon. Teams will work on cleaning up at Clintons Ditch Lock 65 in Galen, and also on signage on Turtle Pond and Black Brook Trails. Meeting place will be Black Brook County Park Pavilion and t-shirts and snacks will be provided for those helping out.


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