Multi-use trails project officially opens

About 30 people showed up for the official unveiling of the Grand Forks-Christina Lake multi-use trails project on Wednesday, Oct. 15

Pat (left) and Doug Zorn officially opened the Grand Forks-Christina Lake multi-use trails with a ceremony on Wednesday

About 30 people showed up for the official unveiling of the Grand Forks-Christina Lake multi-use trails project on Wednesday, Oct. 15 at the Morrissey Creek staging area. The project was spearheaded by the Grand Forks ATV Club which brought together about 20 partners for the project which saw signage, benches, washrooms, staging areas and more added to three different sites on the trails.

Hosting the event was Doug Zorn, vice-president of the GF ATV Club. Doug and wife Pat handed out certificates of appreciation to all the various partners who have helped with the project.

 

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