By Marnie Callaghan
Two of the best things in life are working outside on a crisp fall day and sharing good food and wine with friends. That’s just what the residents of Reaboro did on a beautiful September day. About a dozen neighbors gathered with chainsaws and muscle power to remove Manitoba maple and dead elm along our five kilometre section of trail. We gathered in the evening for a hearty potluck meal.
The village no longer has a church or school, but we all share a love of this treasure in our back yards.
It’s the Trail that brings us together.
Dear Kawartha Trans Canada Trail Supporters,
It has been another year with lots of accomplishments thanks to our volunteers, managing partners and Board of Directors.
Here is a list of accomplishments for 2015:
Our volunteers continue to do many tasks to keep our trail safe and to maintain its quality, such as bridge decking replacement, grass cutting, painting, sign installation, tread repair, gate and barrier repairs, and the list goes on. Thank you.
If you are able to help out financially please use our new online website donation form. Remember tax receipts are issued for all donations of $20 and above. A donation also makes an excellent Christmas gift for someone who is hard to buy for.
President, Kawartha Trans Canada Trail Association (KTCTA)