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Andy Woodcock bugA foot of snow may not inspire thoughts of trail work, but a cardinal just landed on a bare branch outside my window at Joshua’s Trust headquarters and, just like last year, spring is coming. Just like last year and every one of our 50 years, JT is looking for volunteers who like to hit the trail, clear the trail and maintain our beautiful acreage.

Even if trail work is not your thing, JT has a place for you. It’s called administrative work, but it’s really the nuts and bolts of the organization – the stuff that makes it all possible. I’d like to talk to you about using your skills for an organization you believe in.

We’re also looking for volunteers with an interest in local history. The Gurleyville Grist Mill could benefit from people to tell the story of its varied history and cultural contributions as one of the longest standing mills in the area.

I’m asking you and two friends to contact me – [email protected] – or call 860/429-9023 – or fill out the form on this site.  There’s no pressure. You can pitch in for as much or as little time as you can.

I’m looking forward to hearing from you.

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