Here are the Graham boys (Charlie 5 years old, Odo 2 years old & Doc 4 years old) picking up trash in the camp site before we set up.

ORV users give back to ASF

On Friday May 8th, 2009 the All Wheelers Off Road Club went up to the Ahtanum Sno-park to set up camp for the weekend to do work on the Ahtanum State Forest Green Dot roads and trails. Greg Mackey from the DNR came by the camp and dropped off the tools and things to use on the clubs adopted trails.

Saturday the volunteers headed around 10:30 AM to start the work. On Whites Ridge Loop Trail, Whites Ridge Crest Trail, Sedge Ridge Crest Trail, A-2400 and A-2420 volunteers repair and replace Green Dot markers along with moving down trees from the paths. On Sunday a few more Green Dot markers were reset and more down fall removed.

The All Wheelers Off Road Club logged 117.5 volunteer hours with the DNR.

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