Friends of the Centennial Trail
To assist in the maintenance and development of the Spokane River Centennial Trail, it’s adjacent park lands, and regional trails.
The Centennial Trail supports a variety of recreational uses such as walking, jogging, cycling, in-line skating, and horseback riding. Thousands of people can enjoy this trail simultaneously without disturbing the natural surroundings.
Every year more than 1.6 million people use this trail for jogs, long walks, bike rides, or Iron man training.
The Friends of the Centennial Trail are the only non-profit citizen-based organization that works to better the Spokane River Centennial Trail. We are a part of the Coordinating Council which consists of City Parks, County Parks, State Parks and The Spokane Valley Parks directors and the Friends of the Centennial Trail. We are the recognized community voice on issues concerning the Trail.
- Donations needed:
- Office supplies
- Office equipment—laminating machine
- We have a volunteer coordinator shared with Riverside State Park. Jake will be working until the end of August 2012. E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org to be part of the volunteer groups he will be putting together this summer!
- Place brochures on the Trail head boxes – on-going one-hour service projects for adults: Brochure distribution (before dark)
The Friends of the Centennial Trail is now having it's annual membership drive. Join from June 1, 2012 - July 15th 2012 and your name will be put in a drawing for a Talus 3 bike! Go to our website for more information and to join our cause! http://www.spokanecentennialtrail.org