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Andrew Twidwell: Rotarians remain committed to Sugarloaf

The 49er Breakfast Rotary Club of Nevada City is pleased to learn that the City of Nevada City is completing its Master Plan for recreational use of Sugarloaf Mountain. Two years ago when the city was engaged in discussions of Sugarloaf, our enthusiastic club offered help with financing and labor for trail improvements, but the city was not ready at that time.

I’d like to assure the city and the community that 49er Rotary remains committed to the Sugarloaf project and stands ready to help as we can.

Andrew Twidwell, president



49er Breakfast Rotary Club of Nevada City


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