Join us for the Mt. Hood Chapter BBQ– Oct. 3rd

PCTA Mount Hood Chapter

PACIFIC CREST TRAIL ASSOCIATION
MT. HOOD CHAPTER

CELEBRATION OF VOLUNTEERS – ANNUAL POTLUCK BARBECUE /PICNIC

When: Saturday, October 3, 2015

Where: Guy Talbot State Park, in the Columbia River Gorge. At the covered group picnic site.

Come let the Caretakers & Crew Leaders feed you! Meet new folks & catch up with trail crew friends.

We supply: hot dogs/bratwurst, veggie ‘burgers’ & soft drinks.

You: BYOB & an appetite because we always feed you well.

12 pm: Short presentationWe’re going to start with an award ceremony of the Leadership Award we won from the U.S. Forest Service. Then, a hike! We will go out on a loop hike on the Latourelle Falls trail.

1:3o pm: Eat! The Potluck begins, dig in to the food & goodies that are being shared.

Please help us lessen our carbon footprint – bring your own utensils & plates!

Come and meet our Caretakers & Crew Leaders, other trail maintainer volunteers. It’s a great time of “trail stories” of the trail crew kind. This is happening rain or shine, come join us! Loved ones, friends & family are most definitely welcome. We’d love to see you there! Please come by, go for a nice hike and let us feed you!

Directions:  On either side of the Latourell Falls parking area along the Columbia River Historic Highway, there is a road heading downhill. Follow this around to NE Latourell Road and the covered group picnic area.  Park on the street and join us. Approximate address is: 43045 NE Latourell Rd , Corbett Oregon 97019.

We will have signs out to help find us.

Well-behaved, non-aggressive, dogs are welcome on leash.

For additional info & RSVP send a note to: [email protected]

New volunteers listen in at a Trail Skills College class teaching tread reconstruction to new volunteers. Photo: Gray Feather Photography.

New volunteers listen in at a Trail Skills College class teaching tread reconstruction to new volunteers. Photo: Gray Feather Photography.

Author: Jack "Found" Haskel

As the Trail Information Manager, Jack works to connect people to the PCT. He's involved with a wide variety of projects that help the trail, the trail's users and the community that surrounds the experience. He has thru-hiked (Pacific Crest Trail in 2006; Colorado Trail in 2008; Continental Divide Trail in 2010) and is an obsessed weekend warrior.