Big Bear Trails Foundation Presents Pizza & Pizzaz

Big Bear, Ca, March 1, 2011, 1:00pm - The Big Bear Trails Foundation will be hosting their annual fundraiser, on Tuesday March 8th at Maggios Restaurant.  Join the Trails Foundation from 5:30 to 8:30pm for Pizza and Pizzaz, all you can eat pizza, salad and soft drinks, only $15 for adults, and $10 for children.  There will be a silent and Chinese auction, with amazing prizes including a private Jet plane ride to Las Vegas, with Big Bear Lake Councilman Jay Obernolte as the pilot, gift baskets for the trail runner, rider, and hiker, and much more.  Come support the work of the Trails Foundation, in their mission to create, enhance, preserve and promote non-motorized use of Big Bear Valley trails and roadways for the enjoyment  and transportation of residents and visitors.”  Last year the Big Bear Trails foundation successfully re-opened the Seven Oaks Trail, cleared portions of Belly Ache Springs Trail, and helped start the Community Bike Rides.  There are many new projects on the horizon for the Trails Foundation, and they need your help to accomplish them.  For more information go to bigbeartrails.com.

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Big Bear, Ca, March 1, 2011, 1:00pm - The Big Bear Trails Foundation will be hosting their annual fundraiser, on Tuesday March 8th at Maggios Restaurant.  Join the Trails Foundation from 5:30 to 8:30pm for Pizza and Pizzaz, all you can eat pizza, salad and soft drinks, only $15 for adults, and $10 for children.  There will be a silent and Chinese auction, with amazing prizes including a private Jet plane ride to Las Vegas, with Big Bear Lake Councilman Jay Obernolte as the pilot, gift baskets for the trail runner, rider, and hiker, and much more.  Come support the work of the Trails Foundation, in their mission to create, enhance, preserve and promote non-motorized use of Big Bear Valley trails and roadways for the enjoyment  and transportation of residents and visitors.”  Last year the Big Bear Trails foundation successfully re-opened the Seven Oaks Trail, cleared portions of Belly Ache Springs Trail, and helped start the Community Bike Rides.  There are many new projects on the horizon for the Trails Foundation, and they need your help to accomplish them.  For more information go to bigbeartrails.com.

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