2018-08-24 / Front Page

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Jim Tasse, assistant director of the Bicycle Coalition of Maine and a member of the Cape Elizabeth Conservation Committee, rides his bike onto the Winnick Woods trailhead at 1100 Sawyer Road Monday, Aug. 20, breaking a ribbon set up to celebrate donations made to rehabilitate the trail system on the 71- acre parcel, which was donated to the town by by Alice Larrea more than 20 years ago. A project to even out the trail surface was completed in late June, while two new trail links were added earlier this month. (Courtesy photo) Jim Tasse, assistant director of the Bicycle Coalition of Maine and a member of the Cape Elizabeth Conservation Committee, rides his bike onto the Winnick Woods trailhead at 1100 Sawyer Road Monday, Aug. 20, breaking a ribbon set up to celebrate donations made to rehabilitate the trail system on the 71- acre parcel, which was donated to the town by by Alice Larrea more than 20 years ago. A project to even out the trail surface was completed in late June, while two new trail links were added earlier this month. (Courtesy photo)

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