Crystal Cove State Park ? Mountain Bike Patrol
Crystal Cove State Park ? Volunteer Recognition Event
The mountain bike patrol program, originally formed by SHARE Mtb Club over 10 years ago, is coordinated by the State Park Service as a volunteers in the park program.
Last weekend, Crystal Cove State Park (CCSP) hosted a Volunteer Recognition party. The members of the CCSP Trail Assistant Volunteer Program attended wearing their new Trail Assistant Volunteer jerseys made possible by a generous donation from SHARE Mountain Bike Club and produced by IMBA Industry partner Primal Ware.
The Trail Assistant Volunteer Program currently consists of 37 dedicated volunteers partnering with California State Park personnel, to assist, educate and inform all back country trail users. Assist all trail users in order to enhance their recreational back country experience. Educate trail users of CCSP information and rules. Inform California State Park personnel concerning back country conditions and emergencies. Each volunteer typically has one four hour shift per month to go out and ride the trails they love.
Congratulations to Steve
Congratulations to our current President and TAV Steve Larson on receiving the California Poppy Award for exemplary volunteer service to the California State Parks. The award was announced at the 2014 Crystal Cove State Park Volunteer Recognition Party.
Steve and spouse Carolyn accepting the award
Winter Bonnin, California State Park Interpretive Specialist and Volunteer Coordinator said, ?Steve has really made a difference in the back country trail network at Crystal Cove State Park?.
The California Poppy Award is the highest award given to California State Park volunteers. The award says, ?Thank you for your genuine passion, enthusiasm and dedication to the back country trail program and to the SHARE Mountain Bike at Crystal Cove State Park. California State Parks extends its heartfelt gratitude.? Great job Steve!
Congratulations to Robin
Congratulations to past President and TAV Robin Lemonds on receiving the 2000 hour recognition. Robin is a common sight in the CCSP backcountry maintaining the network of popular trails and recently led an on going effort to remove miles of barb wire in the back country. Great job Robin!
Robin leading CCSP Mountain Bike Patrol Members to be super!