In this issue:
1. Forest Service Request our help in Trabuco Canyon
2. Trail Work Event at Aliso Woods this Saturday 1/15/11
1. FOREST SERVICE REQUESTS OUR HELP IN TRABUCO CANYON
As some of you may know one of the creek crossings in Trabuco Canyon (the road to the Holy Jim Trail) was damaged in the recent rains. Some lifted 4-wheel drive vehicles, despite the damaged crossing, have made it across the creek causing damage to the watershed. The Forest Service is concerned because they cannot patrol the area behind the damaged crossing and ask the public’s help in keeping an eye on the area and reporting any thing of concern to them or the Warrior’s Society who will forward the information to them.
Thank you for your assistance!
2. TRAIL WORK EVENT AT ALISO WOODS THIS SATURDAY 1/15/11
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Shimano is the Major Component Sponsor of the Warrior’s Society
Rock N Road Bike Shops, El Pollo Loco and Switchback Cyclery are Major Sponsors of the Warrior’s Society
O’Hara’s Pub at the Orange Circle is the Official Watering Hole of the Warrior’s Society
Hammer Nutrition is the official Nutrition bar and gel of the Warrior’s Society
The Warrior’s Society is a Blue Ribbon Coalition (BRC) affiliated organization
The Warrior’s Society is a Tax Exempt Organization under 501© 4 of the IRS Code
“Far better it is to dare mighty dreams, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to take the ranks with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor suffer much, because they live in that gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat!”