LOOKING for a Foothills Coalition Courtesy Patrol Leader!

Foothills Coalition Courtesy Patrol Leader
By Bill Hilton, Editor of Foothills Rails-To-Trails Coalition Newsletter

The Rails-to-Trails Foothills Coalition is looking for a Courtesy Patrol Leader.

The Foothills Coalition would like to re-establish the Courtesy Patrol with the purpose of
providing information and assistance to users of the Foothills Trail while walking, cycling,
rollerblading, running or riding horseback on the trail.

The Courtesy Patrol was created in 2002 to encourage trail courtesy and provide trail information
to users. Members also assist with special events such as the Foothills Dash, Daffodil Classic
bike ride, the Rainier to Ruston Relay, and the Buckley to Orting Half Marathon. Patrol hours
and locations are optional. Members wear bright, yellow vests which identify them as Courtesy
Patrollers.

Courtesy Patrol members previously met the 3rd Saturday of each month at High Cedars Golf
Course, 149th St. Ct. E., Orting. A no-host breakfast starts at 8 AM and the casual meeting at 9
AM with a free-for-all discussion about the past, present and future of the Courtesy Patrol. Guest
speakers and training sessions are often included.

If you are interested or would like more information please contact John Selby at (253) 841-1767
or johnselby16@gmail.com.

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