Update for November 2010 Board Elections

Every interested equestrian is welcome to attend CEA General Meetings.

Upcoming CEA meetings: April 7, 2011 and October 6, 2011 at Coco’s restaurant,1324 E. Main Street, El Cajon (near Main and 2nd/Jamacha). The meetings start at 7 p.m. Come at 6:30 and have dinner beforehand and visit.

Questions or directions: Linda Eskin 619 368-4333 (cell) or linda@lindaeskin.com .

CEA Board elections:
· Linda Eskin
· Nola Michel
· Jo Frankland
· Charlene Phelps

join with continuing members of the CEA Board, Ernie Smith, Bernie Martin and Cindy McKievick (board members serve for 2 year terms). In January the board will select board positions.

Park News:

· Green Valley Horse Camp is open for reservations through November. www.ReserveAmerica.com 800-444-7275. Check out photos and descriptions of each site at www.CuyamacaEquestrian.org CEA is working with the park to increase and improve trail access from the camp and plans to develop a map showing trail connections from the camp. CEA has purchased and donated two 100-gallon stock tanks with floats, 2 wheelbarrows, and ramps for the manure trailer. Thanks to all who have contributed to the Green Valley Horse Camp Fund.

· Hual Cu Cuish Equestrian Staging Area (located just off Milk Ranch Rd, by Lake Cuyamaca): The turnaround area is now flat and inviting for larger vehicles. Enjoy riding in the north end of the park.

· Adopt a work party – Do you enjoy the trails of Cuyamaca? They desperately need your help. Take one day out of 365 to give to the park. Encourage your club membership to volunteer for a
workparty date. Information on the CEA website www.cuyamacaequestrian.org. Trail Maintenance Unit really could use some help! This time of year is perfect for working on the trails.

· Trail conditions – Great trail riding conditions except for falling trees during windy weather. Be prepared to backtrack if you can’t pass a fallen tree. Reminder to use fire roads after rains to give the trails a chance to firm up so as to prevent trail damage. Enjoy your park!

How to Support CEA · Join CEA, as an individual or club by going to “Join CEA” at www.cuyamacaequestrian.org

· Come to our meetings
· Donate tax deductible funds to further CEA’s work in the park.
Mail checks to: CEA, PO Box 79, Descanso, CA 91916.

Your donations are much appreciated in the support of equestrian interests in Cuyamaca Rancho State Park. A separate Green Valley Horse Camp Fund has been established to support needs in the equestrian campground.

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