Giddy Up – It’s the Sisters Stampede Fundraiser for STA
The Sisters Stampede on May 29, a 13-year tradition in Sisters, is sold out but organizers have held back five spots to jump start the “Giddy Up Trail Fundraiser” to benefit Sisters Trails Alliance. The first five people to donate $100 (or more!) will get one of those coveted entries. Make your donation through the Stampede’s site at www.pledgereg.com/sisters-stampede and if you’re one of the first five, organizers will automatically sign you up for the race. Of course, donations large or small are appreciated and 100% of your gift will go towards the maintenance of your local trail system.
Looking for another way to participate? We’ve got you covered! To show our appreciation for the Stampede’s fundraising support, we’re committed to helping them out with volunteers for the event on May 29. If you can help us with parking that day, please sign up at www.bikereg.com/sisters-stampede-volunteers. There are two shifts to choose from and volunteers get Stampede socks and lunch from Three Creeks Brewing!
We also need volunteers to help with the STA event tent from 3 – 8:30 pm on Saturday, May 28th at Three Creeks Brewing Summer Kickoff Party and for two shifts during the Stampede on Sunday, May 29th, from 8 – 11:30 am or 11 am to 3 pm. You’ll help set up or tear down and hand out trail maps and other STA information. Having enthusiastic and knowledgeable volunteers to talk to visitors and racers is the BEST fundraising tool we have. Access the sign up for either of those opportunities at www.sisterstrails.org/Volunteer or email Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll sign you up.
Trail Talk January 2022
STA welcomes Kathy Campbell and David Duehren to the board of directors.
STA receives the 2021 Wild and Scenic River Outstanding Stewardship Award from the US Forest Service.
Nice article in the Nugget about volunteering for STA!
STA volunteers spent three weekends getting the nordic trails in shape for winter snow.
STA volunteers have put the final touches on the rehabilitation of the Tollgate to Sisters High School trail with two interpretive signs.
This past weekend saw 20 volunteers from the Sisters Trails Alliance (STA) and OTTA (Oregon Timber Trail Association) conduct their first joint trail-improvement work party. Read More
Estimates are that a thousand riders visited Sisters over the holiday weekend. Five hundred took part in the annual Sisters Stampede on Peterson Ridge. Read More
Read a great story by our good friend, Maret Pajutee.
The story goes that Sisters had a river once, then we lost it, but then we found it again.
Sisters Trails Alliance
P.O. Box 1871
Sisters, Oregon 97759
Sisters Trails Alliance is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization
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