Please mark your calendars for this Saturday, May 18 8:30am at the lake Eaton parking lot for this the spring Trail Maintenance Day.
All are welcome to join the Trails committee as we help maintain the ten miles of trails throughout the Acres. We’ll meet at the lake Eaton parking lot for a quick organizational meeting and disburse to the trails from there.
abilities are welcome, but come dressed to get dirty! Bring a shovel,
rake or loppers if you have them.
Thanks and email me with any questions.
When: Saturday October 21st
Where: Lake Eaton Parking Lot
Time: 8:30 AM
Join us for our fall trail maintenance day. We’ll meet at the Lake Eaton parking lot at 8:30 AM and then gather in teams and disperse to work on different parts of our trail system. Everyone is welcome as we have a list of different projects, some of which don’t include heavy lifting or a need for experience in trail work.
Please wear clothing you don’t mind getting dirty including closed toe shoes and work gloves. We’ll need tools for our work and would appreciate if you could bring any of the following: shovel, garden rake, pick ax, pry bar and loppers.
Bring your own water and lunch as we’ll eat on the trail.
The event is rain or shine and contact Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP or for any questions. Please bring your neighbors and friends as we need all the help we can get!
Last Saturday, May 20th, Bill and Lynne Johnson, Charlie and Elyse Roller, Bob & Lou Moriarty and Kate and Zach Zientko participated in the roadside cleanup which was organized by board members Joe DeMarco and Loyd Brewer. Thanks to our members who have adopted roads throughout the Acres, the cleanup crew focused on side roads. Gerry and Michelle Loughren and Fran Shumway cleaned AuSable Dr. from one end to the other before the scheduled cleanup.
I want to thank all those who have adopted roads and who participated in the cleanup. Since all of us have a stake in keeping the Acres beautiful, it is wonderful to have so many helpers.
The bathrooms are now open and the water fountain has been turned on for the summer. The tennis court net is up and we have a new volunteer, Jim Jacobs, who will take care of the court. Thanks, Jim.
Paul Longenderfer and the trail committee had a work day early in May. They have plenty to do and will have another day in October. Thanks to all the hard workers who keep the trails in such great shape. It is an endless project.
I look forward to seeing you on July 1st at the meeting and at the picnic.
Rosemary Barry, AAPOA President