Weekend Group Running Saturday, April 18 and Sunday April 19.
Saturday: Meet at 10 A.M. for a group run behind Walmart. Trails are said to be in good shape.
Sunday: Looking for hills to get ready for Mount Washington? Meet at the Nordic Center/Golf Club in Jackson for a 3 mile up. If you wish to carpool, meet at 7:00 behind the Chamber in North Conway or 7:15 at the Golf Club. Breakfast to follow.
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15 hours ago

Congratulations to our new White Mountain Milers Trash Queen, Catherine Kyle!
Catherine's first proclamation is Trash Pick-up Day, Weds April 29th, 6 A.M. start for early birds, 7 A.M. late start, followed by breakfast at Stairway Cafe. Meet at First Bridge for assignment. Dress for the weather, rain or shine. Congratulations and thank you, Catherine!
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4 days ago

Conway residents, please vote Yes for the Rec Path (Article 21) when you vote on Tuesday. Below is a letter from Chris Meier, President, Mount Washington Valley Trails Association and Conway Resident

On April 14, Conway residents will be presented a ballot question (Article 21) relating to the Recreation Trail proposed by the Mount Washington Valley Trails Association to run 1.8 miles from North Conway village to Intervale along the rail corridor, similar to the existing trail in Fryeburg. The Selectmen voted unanimously to recommend the article and add to the warrant, however the Budget Committee had questions - this letter is to provide the Committee and the public answers to their questions, and ask for the voters’ support of Article 21 on April 14!

1) As proposed, MWV Trails would build the Rec Trail along the Mountain Division Rail line from North Conway to Intervale through the Town’s Bancroft property adjacent to Whitaker Woods. The proposed section would be approximately 1.8 miles long. It will be available for non-motorized recreational users, including bicycles, runners, walkers, and the like. Snowmobiles will not use this section, however if MWV Trails extends the Rec Trail to attach to Fryeburg trail (which is the ultimate plan), snowmobiles will be allowed any place where they are currently allowed. The Rec Trail will not expand or reduce snowmobile access.

2) Article 21 seeks ONLY to allow the Town to act as a pass-through for a $640,000.00 federal grant, in order to build this section of the Rec Trail. No town property tax dollars or funds will go towards the Rec Trail. It will be constructed entirely with funds from a Federal Grant designated for Recreational trails and private foundation grants. The Warrant Article only allows the Town to serve as a fiscal agent to accept Federal Grant funds, which is a requirement of the Federal Program. The Fryeburg Mountain Division rail trail was built with the same Federal Grant program. Primary responsibility for the Rec Trail will always be with the Mount Washington Valley Trails Association, a New Hampshire non-profit.

3) These Federal dollars have already been allocated to New Hampshire, and will be spent in New Hampshire on alternative transportation projects. Whatever your personal feeling about Federal spending, these funds have been allocated to New Hampshire, and will be spent somewhere in New Hampshire on bike path projects or the like – we are simply seeking to have these funds come to Conway. Approving this warrant article will not increase your taxes, and defeating this article will not decrease your taxes.

4) Technical details, such as the issue of whether the path will be paved or unpaved, will not be decided by this warrant article – this Article is simply to be in a position to receive federal grant funds. There will be opportunities to weigh in on technical details later in the process.

Please consider voting on April 14 in support of Article 21, to allow the Town to receive and administer Federal funds in order to make the Conway Recreation Trail a reality. If you have any questions, you are welcome to contact a member of our committee at ctmeier@gmail.com.

Chris Meier, President, Mount Washington Valley Trails Association and Conway Resident
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7 days ago

Sunday Morning 4/12/15 Group Run, 7:30 A.M. meet at Crystal Lake Beach, Eaton. Run Frog Rock Loop or an out and back. Breakfast at the Eaton Village Store.
Monday 4/13/15 Hike/Walk/Run Tuckerman Ravine Trail to HoJo's, meet at 7:00 behind Chamber to car pool. Microspikes advised, winter hiking prepared, sleds(?!).
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1 week ago

Training for Mt Washington or just want a different run? On Thursday, 4/2, meet behind Chamber @ 7:30 to car pool up to Hurricane for a run/walk. Not sure if Microspikes needed. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

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The final breakfast run of the season takes place Easter Sunday, 4/5/15 at 9:00 a.m. Bring a potluck dish, your running/walking shoes, your Milers Logo Wear (or buy it there, Frank Holmes will have th...

Sunday Breakfast Run 4/5/15

Apr 5, 9:00am

Dowlings, Wallis Way, Kearsarge,NH

The final breakfast run of the season takes place Easter Sunday, 4/5/15 at 9:00 a.m. Bring a potluck dish, your running/walking shoes, your Milers Logo Wear (or buy it there, Frank Holmes will have th...

2 weeks ago

Hey Miler locals - Please keep an eye out around the Valley for Luna (David McDermott's dog) - she could be anywhere from the Intervale/Town Hall Rd area over towards Fryeburg. Contact Andy Kramp if you see her. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

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