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A sign of things to come

The site of the future Trail skate park was marked with a catchy sign at its Rossland Avenue locale this week even though the outdoor venue is a no go this year and its committee continues to face financial hurdles. The Society for Friends of the Trail Skatepark remains optimistic and focused to raise another $212,000 for the project, and most recently made a grant application to the Kraft Celebration Tour that could provide a $25,000 award to the community project July 1. - Sheri Regnier
The site of the future Trail skate park was marked with a catchy sign at its Rossland Avenue locale this week even though the outdoor venue is a no go this year and its committee continues to face financial hurdles. The Society for Friends of the Trail Skatepark remains optimistic and focused to raise another $212,000 for the project, and most recently made a grant application to the Kraft Celebration Tour that could provide a $25,000 award to the community project July 1.
— image credit: Sheri Regnier
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