PCRF Member and Volunteer Appreciation Day

On May 19th, PCRF members and volunteers joined us at the interpretive shelter at Castle Rock for a light lunch, and some fun:

Miles Standish, who had been a ranger at Castle Rock for 30 years, led a hike to the new Kirkwood entrance, which will open in September, as well as the Native garden nearby, and the trail to Saratoga Gap.

 

We also held a raffle: we’d like to thank REI for their support, and all our members and volunteers for taking part.

We hold an appreciation lunch every year: please put us on your calendar for next May! (Exact date to be finalized closer to the event)

Thank you all!

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