tommygunn

White Water Play Park Hearing

tommygunn wrote 495 days ago:


My friends, in today’s chaotic world, we are fortunate to have recreation outlets that we are privileged to participate in. In order to maintain forward momentum with certain projects, we must take a stand.

Tonight at 7:00 pm, the Chelan County Parks and Recreation Department is holding a hearing concerning the future of our parks in the valley. A white water play park is on the table and is in need of support.

The last parks and recreation meeting I attended was attended by more people representing whitewater kayaking than any other individual sport. If we can keep consistent representation, we will make progress.

Join us tonight at 400 Douglas St. in Wenatchee at 7:00 pm. This may not show an immediate impact but it definitely cannot hurt.

I hope to see you there.

Cheers,

T-Pot!



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bozemankayaker

White Water Play Park Hearing

bozemankayaker wrote 495 days ago:


My friends, in today’s chaotic world, we are fortunate to have recreation outlets that we are privileged to participate in. In order to maintain forward momentum with certain projects, we must take a stand.

Tonight at 7:00 pm, the Chelan County Parks and Recreation Department is holding a hearing concerning the future of our parks in the valley. A white water play park is on the table and is in need of support.

The last parks and recreation meeting I attended was attended by more people representing whitewater kayaking than any other individual sport. If we can keep consistent representation, we will make progress.

Join us tonight at 400 Douglas St. in Wenatchee at 7:00 pm. This may not show an immediate impact but it definitely cannot hurt.

I hope to see you there.

Cheers,

T-Pot!



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james

White Water Play Park Hearing

james wrote 495 days ago:


My friends, in today’s chaotic world, we are fortunate to have recreation outlets that we are privileged to participate in. In order to maintain forward momentum with certain projects, we must take a stand.

Tonight at 7:00 pm, the Chelan County Parks and Recreation Department is holding a hearing concerning the future of our parks in the valley. A white water play park is on the table and is in need of support.

The last parks and recreation meeting I attended was attended by more people representing whitewater kayaking than any other individual sport. If we can keep consistent representation, we will make progress.

Join us tonight at 400 Douglas St. in Wenatchee at 7:00 pm. This may not show an immediate impact but it definitely cannot hurt.

I hope to see you there.

Cheers,

T-Pot!



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natefry

White Water Play Park Hearing

natefry wrote 495 days ago:


My friends, in today’s chaotic world, we are fortunate to have recreation outlets that we are privileged to participate in. In order to maintain forward momentum with certain projects, we must take a stand.

Tonight at 7:00 pm, the Chelan County Parks and Recreation Department is holding a hearing concerning the future of our parks in the valley. A white water play park is on the table and is in need of support.

The last parks and recreation meeting I attended was attended by more people representing whitewater kayaking than any other individual sport. If we can keep consistent representation, we will make progress.

Join us tonight at 400 Douglas St. in Wenatchee at 7:00 pm. This may not show an immediate impact but it definitely cannot hurt.

I hope to see you there.

Cheers,

T-Pot!



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saskia

White Water Play Park Hearing

saskia wrote 495 days ago:


My friends, in today’s chaotic world, we are fortunate to have recreation outlets that we are privileged to participate in. In order to maintain forward momentum with certain projects, we must take a stand.

Tonight at 7:00 pm, the Chelan County Parks and Recreation Department is holding a hearing concerning the future of our parks in the valley. A white water play park is on the table and is in need of support.

The last parks and recreation meeting I attended was attended by more people representing whitewater kayaking than any other individual sport. If we can keep consistent representation, we will make progress.

Join us tonight at 400 Douglas St. in Wenatchee at 7:00 pm. This may not show an immediate impact but it definitely cannot hurt.

I hope to see you there.

Cheers,

T-Pot!



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natefry

Little Drop is Back!

natefry wrote 1225 days ago:


Hi Everyone!

Exciting news today! A handful of our most experienced course constructionists set to Wausau Whitewater park to repair the damage at little drop done by the flood last spring. Every year we struggle with flood damage due to the high waters from the spring thaw, and the trees and ice shelves that manage to find their way down the channel. But every year, someone steps up with a small amount of funds that seem to be just enough to repair the damage. Our hope is that in the future, we can secure the right permit and the more extensive amount of funding to secure our rocks and features and prevent flood damage.

But that is for another day….because today you can see, that little drop is back to a Midwest Freestyle Championship caliber feature! Check it out for yourself everyone as the reigning Midwest Freestyle Champion shows off what it can do! https://www.facebook.com/WausauWhitewater?fref=ts



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saskia

Little Drop is Back!

saskia wrote 1225 days ago:


Hi Everyone!

Exciting news today! A handful of our most experienced course constructionists set to Wausau Whitewater park to repair the damage at little drop done by the flood last spring. Every year we struggle with flood damage due to the high waters from the spring thaw, and the trees and ice shelves that manage to find their way down the channel. But every year, someone steps up with a small amount of funds that seem to be just enough to repair the damage. Our hope is that in the future, we can secure the right permit and the more extensive amount of funding to secure our rocks and features and prevent flood damage.

But that is for another day….because today you can see, that little drop is back to a Midwest Freestyle Championship caliber feature! Check it out for yourself everyone as the reigning Midwest Freestyle Champion shows off what it can do! https://www.facebook.com/WausauWhitewater?fref=ts



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james

Little Drop is Back!

james wrote 1225 days ago:


Hi Everyone!

Exciting news today! A handful of our most experienced course constructionists set to Wausau Whitewater park to repair the damage at little drop done by the flood last spring. Every year we struggle with flood damage due to the high waters from the spring thaw, and the trees and ice shelves that manage to find their way down the channel. But every year, someone steps up with a small amount of funds that seem to be just enough to repair the damage. Our hope is that in the future, we can secure the right permit and the more extensive amount of funding to secure our rocks and features and prevent flood damage.

But that is for another day….because today you can see, that little drop is back to a Midwest Freestyle Championship caliber feature! Check it out for yourself everyone as the reigning Midwest Freestyle Champion shows off what it can do! https://www.facebook.com/WausauWhitewater?fref=ts



Categorized as:caliber-feature  •  championship  •  channel  •  check-it-out  •  damage  •  flood-damage  •  from-the-spring  •  future  •  midwest  •  midwest-freestyle  •  prevent-flood  •  reigning  •  someone-steps  •  treescaliber-feature  •  championship  •  channel  •  check-it-out  •  damage  •  flood-damage  •  from-the-spring  •  future  •  midwest  •  midwest-freestyle  •  prevent-flood  •  reigning  •  someone-steps  •  treescaliber-feature  •  championship  •  channel  •  check-it-out  •  damage  •  flood-damage  •  from-the-spring  •  future  •  midwest  •  midwest-freestyle  •  prevent-flood  •  reigning  •  someone-steps  •  treescaliber-feature  •  championship  •  channel  •  check-it-out  •  damage  •  flood-damage  •  from-the-spring  •  future  •  midwest  •  midwest-freestyle  •  prevent-flood  •  reigning  •  someone-steps  •  trees

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james

Little Drop is Back!

james wrote 1225 days ago:


Hi Everyone!

Exciting news today! A handful of our most experienced course constructionists set to Wausau Whitewater park to repair the damage at little drop done by the flood last spring. Every year we struggle with flood damage due to the high waters from the spring thaw, and the trees and ice shelves that manage to find their way down the channel. But every year, someone steps up with a small amount of funds that seem to be just enough to repair the damage. Our hope is that in the future, we can secure the right permit and the more extensive amount of funding to secure our rocks and features and prevent flood damage.

But that is for another day….because today you can see, that little drop is back to a Midwest Freestyle Championship caliber feature! Check it out for yourself everyone as the reigning Midwest Freestyle Champion shows off what it can do! https://www.facebook.com/WausauWhitewater?fref=ts



Categorized as:caliber-feature  •  championship  •  channel  •  damage  •  from-the-spring  •  future  •  prevent-flood  •  someone-steps  •  treescaliber-feature  •  championship  •  channel  •  damage  •  from-the-spring  •  future  •  prevent-flood  •  someone-steps  •  treescaliber-feature  •  championship  •  channel  •  damage  •  from-the-spring  •  future  •  prevent-flood  •  someone-steps  •  treescaliber-feature  •  championship  •  channel  •  damage  •  from-the-spring  •  future  •  prevent-flood  •  someone-steps  •  trees

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bozemankayaker

Little Drop is Back!

bozemankayaker wrote 1225 days ago:


Hi Everyone!

Exciting news today! A handful of our most experienced course constructionists set to Wausau Whitewater park to repair the damage at little drop done by the flood last spring. Every year we struggle with flood damage due to the high waters from the spring thaw, and the trees and ice shelves that manage to find their way down the channel. But every year, someone steps up with a small amount of funds that seem to be just enough to repair the damage. Our hope is that in the future, we can secure the right permit and the more extensive amount of funding to secure our rocks and features and prevent flood damage.

But that is for another day….because today you can see, that little drop is back to a Midwest Freestyle Championship caliber feature! Check it out for yourself everyone as the reigning Midwest Freestyle Champion shows off what it can do! https://www.facebook.com/WausauWhitewater?fref=ts



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