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Kemmerer National Public Lands Day efforts a success

By Lorraine Keith

Kemmerer Field Office employees, Boy Scouts and volunteers construct picnic tables.
Kemmerer Field Office employees, Boy Scouts and volunteers construct picnic tables.
Kemmerer Field Office employees, Boy Scouts and volunteers construct picnic tables.
Kemmerer Field Office employees, Boy Scouts and volunteers construct picnic tables.
Kemmerer Field Office employees, Boy Scouts and volunteers construct picnic tables.
Kemmerer Field Office employees, Boy Scouts and volunteers construct picnic tables.
In observation of National Public Lands Day, Sept. 13, 2008, about 20 volunteers gathered in the Pine Creek Canyon to improve a number of camp sites.

Kemmerer Field Office employees, members of Cokeville Boy Scout Troop 600, and other volunteers installed six new picnic tables and fire rings in the canyon located five miles northeast of Cokeville, Wyo.

Wally Mierzejewski, BLM outdoor recreation planner, thanked all the volunteers for participating in this worthy project. “Public lands belong to everyone and the installation of the new tables and fire rings will be there for everyone’s enjoyment,” Mierzejewski said.

Volunteers were presented with a National Public Lands Day T-shirt and treated to a hamburger and hot dog cookout.

Kemmerer Field Office employees, Boy Scouts and volunteers construct a fire pit.

Kemmerer Field Office employees, Boy Scouts and volunteers construct a fire pit.
Kemmerer Field Office employees, Boy Scouts and volunteers construct a fire pit.
Kemmerer Field Office employees, Boy Scouts and volunteers construct a fire pit.
Kemmerer Field Office employees, Boy Scouts and volunteers enoy a hamburger and hot dog cookout.
Kemmerer Field Office employees, Boy Scouts and volunteers enjoy a hamburgers & hot dogs on a new picnic table.
 


 
Last updated: 02-05-2009