[CPTri] Fwd: Saturday’s Bob Jones Trail

12 Feb

To any that have volunteered already or are interested in volunteering at
the Bob Jones trail tonorrow, here are the full details! It’s not to late
to volunteer and they still need people.
– Chelsey “why is everyone yelling???” Beck

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Subject: Saturday’s Bob Jones Trail
To: chelseylaurenbeck@gmail.com, jreynos@aol.com, peter@deragons.com,
ashleighcindrich@aol.com, JBrubaker@slocog.org, helenefinger@gmail.com,
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Good evening!

Thank you for volunteering for tomorrow’s work day on the city of San Luis
Obispo’s stretch of the Bob Jones Trail. This is the first ever cleanup
along this stretch and is a pilot project co-sponsored by the Friends of
the Bob Jones Trail and the city to help the Bicycle Advisory Committee
develop an adopt-a-trail program. We’re planning to work from 9 a.m. to
noon.

To make sure you don’t get lost, this stretch of the trail links the corner
of Higuera Street and Prado Road near the bronze statue of a Native
American to Los Osos Valley Road. The Los Osos Valley Road trail access is
currently hard to reach because of the ongoing Highway 101 overcrossing
construction.

If you are driving, please be at the city’s sewer plant lab on Prado Road
(see attached map) by 9 a.m. City biologist Freddy Otte will lead a caravan
of vehicles to the work site near the new bicycle/pedestrian bridge close
to Los Osos Valley Road. Or, you can ride your bicycle or walk to the work
site, which is about a mile southwest of the Higuera Street/Prado Road
access.

The city will provide tools, water and snacks. I’m bringing fruit. Wear
comfortable clothes, work shoes/boots, work gloves, sunscreen and a hat.

Thank you again for volunteering and we look forward to seeing you in the
morning!

Lea Brooks, Steering Committee Member
Friends of the Bob Jones Trail

Read more here:
www.sanluisobispo.com/living/article39120510.html#storylink=cpy