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Tahoe Rim Trail turns 25

The Tahoe Rim Trail Association is looking for new trail ambassadors and hike leaders to help in the 25th anniversary celebration of the Tahoe Rim Trail this summer.

Special training is required to become a certified trail ambassador or hike leader. Volunteers can choose any area of the Tahoe Rim Trail to hike, bike, or guide.

Ambassador and Hike Leader Training will be held on June 10-11 in Incline Village at the Donald W. Reynolds Community Non-profit Center located at 948 Incline Way. The cost for the Training is $20 which will include CPR and First Aid Certification and lunch.

For more information and to sign up for the training contact Marlowe Brennan (775) 298-0239 or marloweb@tahoerimtrail.org for the trail ambassador program or Alexis Ollar at (775) 298-0231 or e-mail alexiso@ tahoerimtrail.org for the hike leader program.

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