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|DD and THTB Year End PARTY!
|Friends, trails, yummy BBQ, cool raffle items…oh, and a big cake!
Let’s CELEBRATE another successful and productive year for our Clubs at the Dirt Divas and Tarheel Trailblazers Year-End Party, Sunday, November 4th at Anne Spring Close Greenway in Fort Mill, SC!
1:30PM Coordinated trail ride(s) departing from the Field Trial Barn
4:00PM BBQ dinner and refreshments (catered by Lola's)
Bring camp chair(s), if you’d like, and your own adult (alcoholic) beverages [NO GLASS containers please…glass and bike tires/tubes don’t play well together, ya know]. And don’t forget to bring extra cash for the big raffle to benefit Project Angel, the Dirt Diva initiative that provides bicycles and safety gear to underprivileged kids.
Free for Dirt Diva members + one guest each
For Trailblazer members, a $10.00 voluntary donation is requested per person to help defray the cost of that delicious BBQ…and CAKE…so TB funds can continue to go toward stewardship of the many trails they build and maintain for all of us to enjoy. (The Trailblazers are set up a little differently from the Divas).
R.S.V.P. required by Nov. 1st, 2007, but it really helps us out with headcounts for catering if you can respond sooner. So, make like a fireman and be a "First Responder." Thanks!
Questions about the party: email
Thanks to new construction connecting Gold Hill Rd. directly to Springfield Parkway, it’s now pretty much a straight shot from Exit 88 of 1-77 to the Field Trial Barn:
From Charlotte take I-77 S to Exit 88. Go LEFT at the light at the top of the ramp (if coming from the other direction on I-77, you’ll take a RIGHT at the top of your ramp).
Continue straight along this lovely new roadway* (don’t be tempted to turn left or right at any of the intersections) for ~3.3 miles and look for the Anne Springs Close Greenway entrance on your right (big stone sign at entrance), Continue ~1/4 mile up entrance road to RED Field Trial Barn on the left.
*The new roadway will begin as Gold Hill Rd, then merge with Hwy 21 for a bit, then become Springfield Parkway. Don’t be dismayed by these apparently arbitrary shifts in hwy. nomenclature…just continue on new roadway and you’ll get there!!
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