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Recently a WYTC family made a generous donation of maintenance related items to the WYTC Over the Hill gang maintenance crew. The family donated many new items from an estate as well from individual family members. The list of items is quite diverse and will immediately aid with routine maintenance tasks and emergency repair efforts. The WYTC expresses sincere appreciation for their generosity.
Donations are always welcome. The WYTC can continue its great job of trail maintenance and improvement only with member support. Although cash donations are preferred, if you have some specialized piece of equipment that you no longer use or need, please contact the WYTC prior to discarding it. Donation of services is also welcome. If you have skills or abilities in welding, fabrication, mechanical maintenance, etc. and are willing to help with special problems let the WYTC know so that we can contact you to seek your help.
Email us here. Or call, 724-872-5586. Thank you for supporting your Trail!
Karen Craig and Family Donates Needed Items for WYTC Trail Maintenance
Raleigh Cadent 3 Ready to Ride! Includes hydraulic disc brakes, bell, speedometer, water bottle, kickstand, rack with pannier bags. Can be viewed at the West Newton Visitor Center
Riverlife is very pleased to announce that as of February 1, the City of Pittsburgh awarded the bid for construction of the Mon Wharf switchback, a bicycle and pedestrian ramp that will connect the Smithfield Street Bridge to the Mon Wharf Landing. Riverlife has served in a leadership role in planning and fundraising for the project.
Plans for spring construction mobilization are underway. The next step is to determine a date for the contractor’s notice to proceed and groundbreaking.
We look forward to announcing the groundbreaking date publicly in the near future and celebrating the start of this long-anticipated project!
Read more HERE. Thanks Bob Hand for sharing.
Westmoreland Yough Trail Chapter 2017 Bike Raffle
Proceeds will be used to help cover the costs to maintain the 10.5 mile section of the GAP trail that runs through Westmoreland County.
Tickets available at the West Newton Visitor Center.
Drawing at 2:00PM on October 30, 2017
Tickets $1 each or 6 tickets for $5