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Community Day on the Low Gap Trail/Leave No Trace Awareness Course

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Community Day on the Low Gap Trail/Leave No Trace Awareness Course

Time: March 31, 2012 from 9am to 1pm
Location: Wall Shelter on the Main Forest
Street: Morgan-Monroe State Forest
City/Town: Martinsville,In
Website or Map: http://www.kevinlikestohike.c…
Phone: 317-417-3439
Event Type: service, trail, day, and, leave, no, trace, awareness, course
Organized By: Kevin Ayers
Latest Activity: Feb 21, 2012

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Join us for a day of Community Service and Leave No Trace Awareness Course. We are going meet at the Wall Shelter on the Main Forest Road March 31 at 9:00.
We will have Leave No Trace Awareness Course. Conservation Project will be build a footbridge, clean fire rings, and cut back small brush.
After the service project will get together and enjoy Chili Lunch. And finish the day with friends. Service time for BSA could be used for Leave No Trace Awareness Award for Cub Scouts and Leave No Trace Achievement Award for Boy Scouts, could also be used for Star and Life Ranks.
kevinlikestohike@yahoo.com
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Click here for flyer http://lnt.org/training/PDFs/Backyard%20Session%20on%20Low%20Gap%20March%2031,2012.pdf

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