Kiwanis Club members clean Tahoe Rim Trail |

Kiwanis Club members clean Tahoe Rim Trail

Staff reports

Members of the Kiwanis Club of Lake Tahoe recently participated in the service club’s annual Tahoe Rim Trail maintenance. The club named the mile after former member the late Mel Winans. The mile is approximately halfway between Spooner Summit and Kingsbury Grade on the Tahoe Rim Trail.

This year the crew included Chantalle Carreau, project co-chairs George Wilson and Margie Maxhimer, Jerry Klosterboer, France Carreau and Kay Rowlett.

This project of clearing the trail of debris and vegetation overgrowth is authorized by the Tahoe Rim Trail and is part of the maintenance plan for the 150-mile trail system. This is one of the many service projects the Kiwanis Club of Lake Tahoe does throughout the year.

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