Volunteers for Outdoor Washington: E-Newsletter
March 17th, 2008 | The monthly newsletter detailing events at VOW
Dear fellow subscribers,
Recent Contributions

Special thanks goes out to Molly Brackett, Annik Wolfe, and Al Wagar for their tireless efforts in the VOW office. Their often unnoticed efforts make our work possible!

Upcoming Events

Iron Goat Trail - April 4, 16, 19, 26, 30 May 3, 7, 10, 14, 17, 21, 24, 28, 31

Tinkham Discovery - May 3, 10

Gold Creek Pond - May 17, 24

Seahurst Park - May 31

See our calendar of events.

Donate Now!

Help us to complete the Iron Goat Trail by support the Horseshoe Tunnel Extension Fund.

Click to donate.

Spring brings new work parties !

As the snow begins to melt up in the frontcountry many VOW projects are gearing up.

Iron Goat Trail events will begin on April 4th with a tool sharpening at the Skykomish Ranger Station and April 16th is our Season Opener at the Mountaineers Seattle Branch. The first official IGT work party happens April 19th. Our I-90 projects begin in earnest the first week in May and continue throughout the month. A bit closer to Seattle we will be hosting a work party in Seahurst Park May 31st. Come out and make a difference for our trails!

Click here to contribute to the Horseshoe Tunnel Extension.

Volunteer Vacation Volunteer Vacation
This Summer take part in a different kind of work party. From July 13-18 volunteers will spend the night at the Mountaineer's Lodge and the days working on the Iron Goat Trail. Sign up by contacting the VOW office.

Learn more about the volunteer vacation .

Recruiting New Board Members
Interested in having a deeper influence on the events at VOW? Know someone who would make a good board member? Apply to become a VOW board member
today.

Become a Crew Leader
Gain valuable work experience, work with great people and be a driving force for change on our trails.

Save the Date!
VOW is have its 25th Anniversary this August 2nd. Join us at Gold Creek Pond as we celebrate 25 years of giving back to the outdoor community.

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