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Spring 2018 Newsletter     NRT logo

Spring has finally arrived and it is wonderful to see so many people enjoying the Centennial Trail. Thanks to over 500 volunteers, our annual
Jacobs volunteers clean Mile 17-18 near Upriver Dam.
Unveil the Trail clean-up last weekend was a great success! Many hands make light work, and we are grateful for the sponsors, Adopt-a-Mile partners and community volunteers who make Unveil the Trail possible:

Geiger Corrections
KIND Snacks
Powers Candy & Nut
Blood Center Foundation of the Inland Northwest
Friends of the Centennial Trail Board of Directors

Clean-up Groups
DoubleTree by Hilton Spokane Center
Open Eye
Metals Fabrication Company
Greenstone Homes
Kaiser Aluminum
Wolff, Hislopp & Crockett
PEMCO Insurance
Spokane Valley Kiwanis Club
Visit Spokane
HDR Engineering
FedEx Ground
Starbuck's Coffee Company
Spokane Mountaineers
Riverview Retirement Community
Numerica Credit Union
Hart Capital Management, Inc.
Bloomsday Road Runners Club
Hotstart, Inc.
Sterling International
Spokane Bicycle Club
GSI Outdoors
Comcast Cares
RBC Wealth Management
Washington Parks & Recreation Commission
Spokane County Parks, Recreation & Golf
City of Spokane Valley Parks & Recreation
City of Spokane Parks & Recreation
City of Liberty Lake Parks & Recreation

Stay Safe  
The Centennial Trail Coordinating Council asks that every citizen be the eyes and ears for public safety when enjoying the trail.  If you experience any safety issues
Be alert and enjoy the Centennial Trail.
while you enjoy the Centennial Trail, please take action!

Report Emergency or Fire on the Centennial Trail:
Call 911

Report Non-Emergency on the Centennial Trail:

Call Crime Check at 509-456-2233

Report a Homeless Camp on the Centennial Trail in the City of Spokane:

Call 311

Report other Centennial Trail concerns:

Call Riverside State Park during business hours at 509-465-5064

Do not leave valuables in vehicles when parking at trailheads!

Be aware of your surroundings, use the buddy system when walking the Trail

Bring your cell phone
; do not use headphones

Wear a helmet when cycling or in-line skating

Use caution where Trail narrows, at high-use access points and blind corners

Thank you FCT Members & Adopt-a-Mile Partners!
Sponsored by:
Wheel Sport
Membership Renewals - Winter to Spring, 2018 
Individual & Family Members
Carol Marchio, John Yoo, Joan Menzies, Klaus Huschke, The Hobnailers, Inc., John Douglas, Tera Lessard, Jeff & Colleen Nolting, Kim & Susan Traver, Craig & Diane Smith, Peter & Beth Weller, William & Jean Greene, Les & Debbie Portner, Dan & Lori Houk, Robert & Lois Iller, John & Cathy Sage, Harold & Leah Colburn.

Century Club & 
Millennium Club  Members
Naomi Franklin, Redman Family Fund, Glenn & Cheryl Foster, Philip & Jan Monroe, Ronald Collins. 
Welcome New Members! 
Carolyn Fletcher 
Please become a member of Friends of the Centennial Trail today!  Your support ensures that your trail is safe and maintained.  Join here! 

Adopt-a-Mile Partner Renewals   
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Members Make our Mission Possible
For over two decades, dedicated Friends of the Centennial Trail members have provided broad community support, recognizing the gift the Centennial Trail is to our community.  Please join this important work and become an FCT member today!  Learn more here.


My best,  

Loreen McFaul, Executive Director 
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