Archive for April, 2009

04/01/09 Warrior’s Society Weekly News

In this issue:

1. Harding Truck Trail Remains Closed

2. U.S. Forest Service and Santa Ana Natural History Association Family Fun Day at Blue Jay Campgrounds

3. The Rwanda Ride Wrap Up

1. HARDING TRUCK TRAIL REMAINS CLOSED

Apparently there is a rumor going around that the Harding Burn Closure Area is ready to reopen.

NOT TRUE.

The closure remains in effect until the plants recover.

We have been repairing the road for emergency fire access but the area remains closed.

Any changes in status will be sent out to all volunteers and the media.

Please help quash the rumors.

Thank you!

Debra

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Debra Clarke – Wilderness / Trails Manager District Volunteer Coordinator Cleveland NF, Trabuco Ranger District
1147 East Sixth Street
Corona, CA 92879
(951) 736-1811 x 3227
(951) 736-3002 fax
email: drclarke@fs.fed.us
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2. U.S. FOREST SERVICE AND SANTA ANA NATURAL HISTORY ASSOCIATION FAMILY FUN DAY AT BLUE JAY CAMPGROUNDS

Corona, CA- March 25, 2009…The Trabuco Ranger District of the Cleveland National Forest and the Santa Ana Mountains Natural History Association invite the public to Family Fun Day on April 4, 2009, at the lower Blue Jay Campground. Festivities will begin at 11 a.m. and end at 3 pm. Families can learn about their natural environment by participating in interactive activities, presentations, arts and crafts,
and nature walks.

Representatives from local nature centers, county parks, the Audubon Society, as well as Santa Ana Mountains Natural History Association volunteers will be on hand to answer questions.

Directions:

From Lake Elsinore, take the Ortega Highway (State Route 74) west to Long Canyon Road, then follow the Fun Day directional signs. From Interstate 5 in Orange County, take the Ortega Highway approximately 22 miles to Long Canyon Road and follow the signs.

If you would like more information on the event go to:
www.fs.fed.us/r5/cleveland. You may also contact Debra Clarke,
Wilderness/Trails Manager at 951.736.1811×3227, drclarke@fs.fed.us .

Anabele Cornejo
Assistant Public Affairs Officer
United States Department of Agriculture
Forest Service- Cleveland National Forest

p.858-674-2985
f. 858-674-2967

3. THE RWANDA RIDE WRAP UP

Doug Grant, the organizer of the Rwanda Ride, sent us this link to the online story in the O.C. Register:

http://www.ocregister.com/articles/ride-mile-event-2345823-year-rwanda

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Theodore Roosevelt

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