Sunday, June 28, 2020
Gillentown Trailhead Restrooms take on a different look at night with the solar lights donated by Lisa and Mark Skripek. Someone did a nice job decorating the flower bank below pavilion. Mary Halsnik planting more flowers-not stop and we all love them as they look so pretty surrounding the parking area. The sky was a bright red last evening and it sure showed on the entrance to the Gillentown Trailhead. Thank you Mary Halsnik for getting that picture.
Thursday, June 25, 2020
Snow Shoe Rails to Trails have been busy installing signs at various locations. First Nittany Building Specialties Corporate Sign at Black Bear Trailhead. Then, posted a few requested specialty signs along Walnut and Pancake Roads. Gary Halsnik, Andy Basalla and Larry Mayes installed all the signs and are hoping that everyone pays attention to what the signs say.
Of course, please support our new corporate sponsor Nittany Building Specialty, Inc.
Wednesday, June 24, 2020
One of the trails newest corporate sponsors "Snyders Concessions"will be serving food at Gillentown Trailhead over the 4th of July Weekend. You can access them with atvs/utvs or drive into the trailhead by vehicle
Snyder Concessions will be at the Gillentown Trailhead Pavilion Area on Friday, July 3, 3pm to?, Saturday, July 4, 11am to ? and Sunday July 5, 11am till around 5 or 6pm.
They will have 4 trailers serving Pizza, Funnel Cakes, French Fries, Lemonade.
Please stop by and support one of our corporate sponsors.
Monday, June 22, 2020
The training was held at Carns Equipment in Clearfield on Saturday, June 20,2020. Bob Biggans, Mark Watson, Duane Cossar provided the training along with two DCNR Rangers from the Black Moshannon State Forest. Justin Carns provided pre-inspection of atv prior to riding. Alex provided the sample maneuvers. There were 12 children receive the training and temporary driver's license. The Rangers reminded the kids where and where not to ride along with remember to have fun. Mark Watson reminded everyone to take out what you take in-keep the environment clean for others to see and use.
It was busy day with Trilby Mayes(granddaughter Piper) handing out SSRTA t-shirts to everyone along with their temporary license.
We even got a chance to see Geoff Carns out of his office to give us a peak at what he looks like. We were all smiles and teasing him at the same time. Geoff got a few jabs in too. We want to thank Carns for having Royers Concessions in the parking lot to provide meals for everyone. Great time had by all!!!