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Summer's Coming

April 23, 2013

Members from the Sheyenne Valley River Valley Chapter spent a day at Fort Ransom State Park last year in honor of National Trails Day, which is the first weekend in June each year. 

With snow still on the ground and temperatures well below average, it may seem that summer is never coming, but the Sheyenne River Valley Chapter of the North Country Trail Association is gearing up for a summer full of outdoor activities.
The group will soon begin hikes and work days along the trail that ends in New York.
The first hike is May 5, and a work day is planned for May 18.
For more information on the events planned along the scenic trail that stretches from Lake Sakakawea, N.D., to Crown Point, N.Y., read Tuesday's Times-Record.

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