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Centennial Trail cleanup set for Saturday

River waters to stay high. Bicyclists ride a stretch of Centennial Trail near Barker Road where the Spokane River laps at the edge of the pavement on Wednesday. The National Weather Service says that rivers around the region will run at high levels through mid-June. (Jesse Tinsley)
River waters to stay high. Bicyclists ride a stretch of Centennial Trail near Barker Road where the Spokane River laps at the edge of the pavement on Wednesday. The National Weather Service says that rivers around the region will run at high levels through mid-June. (Jesse Tinsley)

TRAILS – Volunteers will be gathering all along the Spokane River Centennial Trail on Saturday to wail on weeds, pick up litter and sweep it clean.

To join the group, and enjoy the free lunch, preregister by Friday for the 20th annual Friends of the Centennial Trail "Unveil the Trail" event.

REI has contributed $5,000 to cover the cost of park rental, giveaways, prizes, food and other event costs.

Info: 624-7188.



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