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AZ-Ted:
Here is some info / pictures from our last Table Mesa cleanup in November of 2008:

I believe there were 100+ people out there and we filled two rolloff dumpsters and had a third one half-way full.

http://www.nissanoffroad.net/messageboard/index.php?topic=5667.0

EDIT:  The pictures in the thread above are from the two areas that we (ONAZ/AZXC and Higher Ground) helped clean.  There were many more groups out there that cleaned up a bunch of spots.

Stone:
Done deal.  Made a nice flyer with pics on the back to stuff in the rider packs...

Here is the type side...

Meet the Xterra and SWANKy Clubs
The Xterra and SWANKy (Southwest Area Nissan Club) clubs were both started almost ten years ago by likeminded people who enjoy the desert and national forests of Arizona.    Both groups maintain members who contribute to Tread Lightly and many other organizations like the BLM and OHV Ambassadors Program that co-exist in an effort to positively impact our public lands.

Some things you may not know about these groups is that they work with the National Forest on trail repairs and trail/forest cleanups among other projects.  Just recently both groups assisted in a cleanup in the Four Peaks area where OVER 20 TONS of trash was removed.  Earlier this year there was a similar cleanup in the Table Mesa area.  There were also bi-yearly cleanups by the Xterra Club in the Indian Springs area until the area was closed from a major fire.  The Xterra Club also assisted in the reseeding project for the Rodeo-Chediski fire, the Xtreme Triathlon as support and we both have assisted the Toys for Tots ride for the last seven years.

It is fairly common for members of our clubs to come across a camp that has trash left in it or a fire that is not out and we always fill our trash bags and maintain these campsites to the condition they should be in.  You can see a before and after picture on the back of this flyer of a campsite in the coves area of Saguaro Lake that some of our members found and cleaned.

It is our pleasure to assist you during the Toys for Tots Ride and we hope we make you feel safer out there each year as you go above and beyond in an effort to help a very worthy cause, we commend you all.

We will be camped at the far East end of End Camp this year feel free to stop by and say “Hi”






PHXX:
Great job Marshall!  Thanks for all you do- 8)

T-Ray:
Nice work Marshall! Thanks for doing that.  8)

Stone:
Here is the actual insert, went into all the rider bags...






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