National Guard lends a hand

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National Guard lends a hand

Boulders to help beef up whitewater park at Santa Rita
John Brennan of the Durango Whitewater Club talks to a friend Tuesday afternoon on the Animas River Trail. Behind him are boulders the 947th Engineer Company of the Army National Guard removed from the Glacier Club north of Durango. The boulders will be used to make improvements at the Durango Whitewater Park in Santa Rita Park.
National Guard Engineer Clay Crawford directs the dumping of a load of rocks Sept. 18 at Santa Rita Park. The rocks were taken from the Glacier Club and will be used to make improvements at Durango Whitewater Park.
John Brennan, center, Sawyer Ward, 9, rear, and his mother, Julie Pysklo, right, of the Durango Whitewater Club, practice paddling at Corner Pocket Rapid on the Animas River on Tuesday afternoon as Cathy Hearn, left, watches.

National Guard lends a hand

John Brennan of the Durango Whitewater Club talks to a friend Tuesday afternoon on the Animas River Trail. Behind him are boulders the 947th Engineer Company of the Army National Guard removed from the Glacier Club north of Durango. The boulders will be used to make improvements at the Durango Whitewater Park in Santa Rita Park.
National Guard Engineer Clay Crawford directs the dumping of a load of rocks Sept. 18 at Santa Rita Park. The rocks were taken from the Glacier Club and will be used to make improvements at Durango Whitewater Park.
John Brennan, center, Sawyer Ward, 9, rear, and his mother, Julie Pysklo, right, of the Durango Whitewater Club, practice paddling at Corner Pocket Rapid on the Animas River on Tuesday afternoon as Cathy Hearn, left, watches.
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