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Fall Golden Agers’ Day Out

September 18 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Golden Agers' Day Out

Fall Golden Agers’ Day Out at Shoshone Mountain Retreat

Spend a beautiful fall day up the river at Shoshone!

Golden Agers’ Day Out is a one day retreat especially for retirees, senior adults and older adult groups; a great day during a beautiful time of year at camp! Join us for a terrific day at Shoshone Mountain Retreat, breakfast goodies, a fabulous lunch, great friends, and plenty of laughs, as always!

Hay Ride Tours! Check out the new Wild West Town at the Ranch, the Cedar Grove Chapel & Shoshone’s beautiful landscape.

Register Today!
Call Kerri, our registrar at 208.667.3459 ext. 119 to register yourself or your whole group.

*Need a ride to Shoshone?
A shuttle will be available from the Cd’A Shopko parking lot for $5. Departing at 9 am (call to sign up, space is limited).


Speaker

Jim See: Ed Pulaski and the Big Burn of 1910

Jim was President of the Pulaski Project, a citizens initiative that developed the Pulaski Tunnel Trail near Wallace, Idaho. The Pulaski Project raised $565,000 in grants to develop the trail. Work started in 2002 and was completed in 2010 in time for the centennial of the 1910 fire. Jim’s a retired Mullan school district guidance counselor.

Until 2003, the trail was lost in overgrowth and erosion. The only signs of its former existence were two historical markers placed at the trailhead. The Pulaski Project, a Shoshone County citizens group, was formed in October, 2002 to restore and develop the Pulaski Tunnel Trail. James (Jim) See, a local teacher, guidance counselor, and history buff, launched the project and served as the Pulaski Project’s president.

A cooperative arrangement between the U.S. Forest Service and the Pulaski Project was established to carry out the project.

Since 2003, the trail has been given new life. It has been cleared, graded, and where necessary, strengthened by durable engineering.  Five bridges, four boardwalks, and more than a dozen porcelain interpretive signs now provide hikers with a much enhanced historical and recreational experience.

You can read about the Pulaski Project here: www.fs.usda.gov/detail/ipnf/specialplaces/?cid=stelprdb5406423

COST

$12/person includes lunch and program!
*Need a ride to Shoshone?
A shuttle will be available from the Cd’A Shopko parking lot for $5. Departing at 9 am (call to sign up, space is limited).

Register Today!
Call Kerri, our registrar to register yourself or your whole group

Local 208.667.3459 ext. 119
Email: registrar@lutherhaven.com

Details

Date:
September 18
Time:
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Shoshone Mountain Retreat
29216 Coeur D'Alene River Rd
Wallace, ID 83873 United States
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