Saturday, October 27, 2012

Thank You Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians

The CTCSC gives a big Thank You 

to The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians

for their generous donation of $5000 to help with a project on the Whitehorse Trail.  The Coalition will use this money in conjunction with Snohomish County Parks to upgrade the "Tin Bridge" at mile 3 on the Whitehorse Trail with guard rails so that the bridge can be ready for all users.

Snohomish County Parks has reported that they can probably have a contract available for bid in April/May for work to proceed in July or August of 2013.  The county has funds that can cover the rest of the cost.

View The Tin Bridge in a larger map

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Railroad History Talk at Nov.15th General Meeting

Next General Meeting:
Join us for a history talk by Bob Heirman, author of A railroad runs through it: Reflections from Everett to Darrington Thursday, Nov 15, 6:30-8:00 at Oso Fire Hall, 21824 State RTE 530 NE ArlingtonWA (Hwy 530 across from Lake Cavanaugh Rd)

Public Welcome! Learn some history about the local railroad from someone who worked on the same railroad.

We will also be electing board members for the following year. If you would like to nominate someone or be a board member this is your yearly opportunity.


We will also have T-shirts, bike jerseys, and other Centennial Trail memorabilia.  Everyone is welcome and we would love to have new members.

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Thursday, October 11, 2012

Grand Opening Announced for North Trailhead

Snohomish County Parks has announced the opening ceremony for the north end of the Centennial Trail:

Grand opening: 10 AM, Nov. 3, 2012 at the Nakashima Barn/Northend Trailhead: 32328 State Route 9, Arlington

The location is trailhead #1:

Come and join the celebration for this long anticipated opening north of Bryant.  We will post more details about the event as they are made available.