South Willamette Trail
January 18, 1992
Thanks to good weather, a good turnout, and great workers, the first trail work project of
1992 was a huge success.
Eighteen people (yes! 18!) came to work on the South Willamette Trail.
We put in a short day but accomplished our goal of pushing a trail through 400 feet of brush and trees.
Some logs must still be cleared and finish work done, but a hiking trail now closes what was a gap
in this popular route.
A big “thank-you” to trail workers Jerry Casby, Mark Dwyer, Ruth Galaid, Sylvia Harvey,
Ray Jensen, Betty Macy, Glenn Meares, Virginia Prouty, Harvey, Randall & Betty Speck, Mike Shirk,
Mary Bridgeman, Helen Smith, Dallas & Jack Cole, Sue Baker (Lowell District, U.S.F.S.),
and Velma Shirk (leader).