Support Whidbey’s Save the Trails

Editor,

We support the effort to Save the Trails, as written about in The Record, July 15. Visit savethetrails.weebly.com to find out about upcoming events, including a trail work party and picnic on Saturday, Sept. 23 from 10 a.m. to noon. This is the same day as Children’s Day, which is organized by the South Whidbey Parks & Recreation District. So families could plan on both events, off Maxwelton Road.

South Whidbey has a positive history of saving woods and land, for example the Trillium Community Forest and the Saratoga Woods. This property, near the elementary & primary school land, would benefit future generations if it could be saved from logging and development. Please help by volunteering or donating to the cause!

LINDA and LEONARD GOOD

Langley

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