Hikers try out the new Priest Point Park trail as volunteers clear ivy as part of a weekend project. Through a $20,000 grant from the REI company the and operated by the City of Olympia, Parks, Arts and Recreation the new trail will wind its way south and just below the upper playground area. The trail will be dedicated Thursday.
Hikers try out the new Priest Point Park trail as volunteers clear ivy as part of a weekend project. Through a $20,000 grant from the REI company the and operated by the City of Olympia, Parks, Arts and Recreation the new trail will wind its way south and just below the upper playground area. The trail will be dedicated Thursday. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Hikers try out the new Priest Point Park trail as volunteers clear ivy as part of a weekend project. Through a $20,000 grant from the REI company the and operated by the City of Olympia, Parks, Arts and Recreation the new trail will wind its way south and just below the upper playground area. The trail will be dedicated Thursday. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

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