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Helping Rescue the Centennial Trail

The Centennial Trail that links Spokane, Washington and Coeur d'Alene, Idaho isn't actually in need of rescue. It's a beautiful, well-paved, well-traveled nature trail -- 37 miles in length and following the Spokane River -- that walkers, runners and bikers enjoy. But every year it gets a sprucing up from us and all of the other companies and organizations that have adopted a mile of the trail.

This past Saturday, employees and family members helped "unveil the trail" for spring.

Here's our group at the start of the 9 a.m. cleanup:


Our VP of Operations and his family joined in the effort:


Our stretch of the Trail did not have too much in the way of litter, so our own General Counsel ventured off the beaten path to find some rusted buckets and other trash:


We're all looking forward to being able to enjoy the Trail this spring (whenever it arrives), summer and fall.

April 21, 2008 in Life at Sterling | Permalink


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