Ninth annual volunteer trails day

The Kootenay Columbia Trails Society will be hosting a volunteer trails day on Saturday, June 8 (9 a.m.).

Come out and help expand the area’s trail network or help maintain the quality of what exists.

The Kootenay Columbia Trails Society will be hosting a volunteer trails day on Saturday, June 8 (9 a.m.), giving people a chance to get involved with the society and have some fun with friends at the same time.

The group will meet at the Centennial Trailhead parking lot (from where they will convoy to the parking areas of the trailhead being worked on).

Although people can stay as long as as they want, the day usually finishes between 2-4 p.m.

Around 6 p.m.the potluck begins at Alpine Grind in Rossland. People are asked to bring their signature dish, cutlery/plate and favourite beverage chalice.

Essentials to pack for the day include food, water, repellant, sunscreen and gloves. Tools to bring (not mandatory) include pick, shovel, metal rake and clippers (no power tools).

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