Volunteer Woodworkers Build Trailhead Kiosk

L to R: Jay Arthur (top), Chris Seymour, Joe Linehan, Jim Meehan, (back) Bob Labrecque, (top) Wayne Glifort, Warren Chase, Steve Patzman

The timberframe kiosk at the 15-acre Cornelius Pond Woodlands newly preserved by Harwich Conservation Trust is in place thanks to volunteer time and skills provided by the Chatham-Harwich Newcomers Woodworkers Club. The group gathered over a few mornings to measure, saw, and hammer together the sturdy structure which will house a trail map and other helpful information about the new conservation destination. This carpentry crew from the Chatham-Harwich Newcomers offers its construction time and talent to complete small-scale building projects that make a big difference for local nonprofits. In the near future, the group will build some benches along a walking trail that will be finished soon by members from the AmeriCorps Cape Cod chapter. In the upper right corner of your screen, click eNews to receive word on when the trail is officially open.