John Roskelley to be keynote speaker at Riverside State Park Foundation’s first Annual Meeting
The Riverside State Park Foundation and park staff invites the public to join them as they host their inaugural Annual Meeting in Spokane.
The meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 29, at Mountain Gear, 2002 N. Division, Spokane. Come learn more about Riverside State Park Foundation, a non-profit 501 (c) 3 that supports Riverside State Park. Hear first-hand from Park Manager, Chris Guidotti and Washington State Parks and Recreation Commissioner, Lucinda Whaley about the future of parks, facts and figures, the direction Riverside is headed and the importance of supporting the park system. In addition, come listen to the world renowned mountain climber John Roskelley, talk about his experiences at Riverside State Park including climbing, biking, running and wildlife. He will also be presenting a PowerPoint on paddling the Columbia River with emphasis on Washington.
Now is a great time to join the Riverside State Park Foundation as it introduces its newly created membership packages. The Foundation is instrumental with the fundraising for Riverside State Park through project support, education, volunteerism and events. For more information about the Riverside State Park Foundation, visit www.riversidestatepark.org
Riverside is Washington’s largest State Park with two rivers, several campgrounds, an Equestrian Area, ORV Area, Cultural/Historical sites, boating and paddling access, miles and miles of mixed use trails, and stunning scenery and views at every turn
Riverside State Park, an outdoor recreation paradise, treasure trove of history and cultural heritage, and Washington’s largest State Park is located right in Spokane’s back yard.