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Earth Day 2007 - Ontario Access Coalition Event


Submitted by andrurok on 2007-03-28

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by Erin Ransom / Harry Hoediono


Earthday is fast approaching and once again the Ontario Access Coalition is organizing a cleanup. This year it is at Kelso. If you're available, please come out on Saturday April 21st and show your support.

RSVP: earthday@ontarioaccesscoalition.com

Schedule
9:00 Meet at the Kelso Parking Lot
12:00 FREE Lunch! at the Rattlesnake Pavilion
1:30 Prize Giveaway
2:00 Halton Bolting Project Tour
2:30 Hike, Climb, or Go Home

If you are coming from Toronto and need a ride, please let us know. We will be arranging car pooling leaving from MEC at 8am.

Thank you for your support and please bring your friends and family! Also remember to reply to the email above (or just hit reply) to let us know you are coming. This helps us organize enough food and drinks for everyone.

Looking forward to seeing your there,

Erin Ransom and Harry Hoediono
OAC Co-Chairs

More about the Earth Day Cleanup

Each year as a gesture of goodwill, the Ontario Access Coalition (formerly the Access Committee) organizes an event to help Halton Conservation clean up areas in the park, maintain trails or plant trees. Our relationship with Halton is invaluable in dealing with access issues quickly as they arise, ensuring continued access to some of our most popular climbing areas. Halton is an important reference and model for access at other climbing and bouldering areas.

What is the Ontario Access Coalition?

A volunteer, non-profit organization working with the community, landowners, conservation authorities, and other property managers to keep climbing and bouldering areas open, and to conserve the climbing environment.

The Ontario Access Coalition respects your privacy; your email information will not be made available to any third parties in accordance with privacy laws.

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