In step with helping out

This was the third year the EHS track team worked to improve the trail at Nolte State Park.

The Enumclaw High cross country team, in cooperation with Washington State Parks staff, spent several hours on July 23 moving and raking out about 10 cubic yards of crushed rock onto the perimeter trail around Deep Lake.

In the top photo are: in back, from left, Charlie Crawford, Sam Lingwall, parent volunteer Rachel Kuper, Derek Sanders and Billy Staley; in front, Harrison Kuper and Evie Kuper.

In the lower photo are: in back, Kyle Revell, Dominic Deady, Tyler Watts and Trevor Storm; in front are Ryan Weeks, EHS alum Bryn Zeman-Witzel and Vanessa Sanders.

Also participating but not pictured were parent volunteer Kelly Weeks, Natasha Puzon, Lydia Erickson and EHS girls cross country coach Tod Witzel.

Photos courtesy Tod Witzel.

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