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1. 2007 TAMARANCHO PASSES- PRICE GOES UP TUESDAY JAN. 16
2. INSTANT GRATIFICATION- PICK UP YOUR ANNUAL PASS ON SATURDAY
3. TAMARANCHO TRAILWORK THIS SATURDAY-VOLUNTEERS WANTED

1. 2007 TAMARANCHO PASSES- PRICE GOES UP TUESDAY JAN. 16

The price of the 2007 Tamarancho Pass goes up $5 on Tuesday January 16. Order your new pass now.

Go to the website:

http://www.boyscouts-marin.org/

And click on link for "Tamarancho Biking" and you can purchase your pass
online with a credit card. Or you can print out an application and mail it
in with a check, or fax it in with a credit card.

The annual pass for an individual, has gone up to $45, but if you get you
application in prior to January 16, 2007, you can save $5, and pay $40 (same
price as it has been for several years.).

The family pass, valid for a household of 2 adults, and up to 2 children,
now costs $60, but there is also a savings of $5 if you order prior to
January 16, 2007.

A printed application has been mailed to all riders who purchased an annual
pass for 2006. Use that if you don't wish to make an online purchase. Just
make sure it is post marked by Jan. 16, 2007 to get the discount.

Day passes, for 2007, will remain at $5 per day.

Support bike legal singletrack in Marin. Buy a pass.

For questions or comments about the Tamarancho Bike Pass program, contact
Danny Forer, Tamaracho Bike [email protected]

2. INSTANT GRATIFICATION- PICK UP YOUR ANNUAL PASS ON SATURDAY

This Saturday, January 13, we will have a table selling 2007 Tamarancho Passes. Bring check, cash, or credit card. We will have the application to fill out, and then, WE WILL GIVE YOU YOUR 2007 PASS(es) AT THAT TIME.

The table will be located at intersection of Goldman and Broken Dam Trails, and will be open for business from 10:30-1pm.

The cost is $40 for an individual pass, and $55 for a family. (price goes up January 16). Make checks payable to the Marion Boy Scouts, or bring cash or your credit card. To save time, if you wish, bring a completed application with you. Applications can be downloaded at: http://www.boyscouts-marin.org/

3. TAMARANCHO TRAIL WORK THIS SATURDAY--VOLUNTEERS WANTED

The trails at Tamarancho were built, over a 6 year period, by volunteer
cyclists. The construction was paid for, and coordinated by the Bicycle
Trails Council of Marin (BTCM), with president Jim Jacobsen supervising the
project.

Each year, since the construction, BTC coordinates trailwork days to
maintain the trails. This involves improving drainage, cutting back foliage,
removing invasive plants, repairing damage, and more.

No experience is necessary This is your chance to help the best bike legal
trail system in Marin.

Details:

Dates: Saturdays: Jan 13, Jan 20, Jan 27

Time: 9:30 am in Fairfax. 10 am at camp. Usually work until 1pm or so.

Location: If riding your bike, we meet in the center of camp. If arriving by
car, the meeting location is Bell Market, on Sir Frances Drake, in Fairfax,
at 9:30 am sharp. (The road into camp is closed to private vehicles).

Bring: Work clothes, sturdy shoes, gloves.
We supply all tools, snacks and drinks.

For more information contact: Jim Jacobsen-- [email protected] or
415/488-1443.

Steady rain cancels.
 
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