BBQ Dinner, Auction, and a Cowboy Storyteller
Come enjoy a cowboy BBQ dinner and auction at the Rhodes River Ranch in Arlington on April 25th to support the Summer Youth Programs of the Pacific Northwest Trail. Doors open at 5:30 PM with a silent auction and no host bar. The BBQ dinner starts at 7:00 PM followed by a live auction and Cowboy Storyteller.
Ticket and Auction sales go directly to support the Pacific Northwest Trail Associations summer youth programs listed below:
The Rockin' the Wild Camp is a day camp that runs for a week in the summer and is for 8-12 year old youth. The camp runs 3 times throughout the summer and teaches youth outdoor survival skills.
The Quilcene Ranger program runs for 8 weeks and is for 13-15 year old youth. Youth work on trails for 2 days each week, learning outdoor skills and trail building.
The Job Corps Crews are work-based learning opportunities for youth enrolled in Job Corps. Job Corps crews work on trails doing construction level tasks in trail building and maintenance year round.
The Performance Crews Program is for 16+ youth and requires longer trail building projects in more remote areas. The program runs for 8 weeks during the summer.
Rhodes River Ranch (View)
22016 Entsminger Rd
Arlington, WA 98223