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Volunteers needed to help build horse trails at Georgia state park

(Jan. 4, 2012) -- Recently, about 30 people attended a meeting at Chattahoochee Bend State Park to discuss the possibility of building horse trails. The outcome, according to Park Manager Trint Wicklund, was to move forward with the planning process, reports the Newnan Times-Herald.

NEWNAN, Ga. — Recently, about 30 people attended a meeting at Chattahoochee Bend State Park to discuss the possibility of building horse trails. The outcome, according to Park Manager Trint Wicklund, was to move forward with the planning process, reports the Newnan Times-Herald.

Wicklund said the Department of Natural Resources is interested in having horse trails there, and the agency asked volunteers at the meeting to see if they could find more people interested in helping build the trails, reports the Newnan Times-Herald.

The Newnan Times-Herald reports that Wicklund said those volunteers are to “develop a plan to lay out and construct the trails and then submit those plans to DNR for approval before constructing begins.”

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