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Recent Trail Committee Projects:
- July 28, 2020: Moving the Lake's southeast bench
- September 9, 2019: Repairing Hole in Ballfield
- March 31, 2020: Building Fire Ring on Millennium Trail
- March 31, 2020: Removing Old Ballfield Drainage Pipe
- April 2, 2020: Rock for the Millenium Trail
- April 28, 2020: Bricks for the Trails
- May 7, 2020: Moving Ballfield Trail Bridge
- May 9, 2020: Moving Concrete to Woodsbluff Trail
- May 11-19, 2020: Moving Rock at McGeehan's
- May 14, 2020: Burying pipe under Woodsbluff
- May 31-June 2, 2020: "Reopening" the entrance to Stable Hill trail
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