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   The History of Canoe Trails

       It is believed that Canoe Trails began in 
  1947, under the direction of Dr. Everett 
  Partridge who began taking his Boy Scouts on 
     Canadian canoe trips. In 1965, Mr. George S. 
     Wildman began the Co-Ed Canoe Trails program to 
     enable girls to have the opportunity to have 
     this same enjoyment. Today, both the Boys and 
     the Co-Ed programs run simultaneously.

    The home base for the programs is in Beaver, 
     Pennsylvania with a present Canadian base
in Kipawa, Quebec, Canada.

   Canoe Trails Current News 
  • 04 March, 2015

    The 2015 schedule is posted folks! :-)

    Check it out by clicking on the "Events Calendar" to the left.

  • 09 August, 2014

    Work day this coming Sunday (8/17) @ the barn. We have some indoor and outdoor
    work that needs to be completed. Things kick off at 9am.

    Hope to see you there!

  • 30 April, 2014

    Calling all Voyageurs!!

    We would like to see more returning faces for our Canadian trip this summer!
    The trip will be August 1-9th, so make sure you can come paddle with us.

    If you are planning to attend this year's trip, the following must happen:

         > You must be present for the swim test on May 17th at noon at the Cranberry
            YMCA or make arrangements with the committee to test before any further

         > You must turn in a 50$ non-refundable deposit by May 17th to the Canoe Trails
             treasurer. (This deposit will only be returned in the event that the trip is
             cancelled by the group for any reason.)

  • 17 February, 2014

    The 2014 schedule is posted folks!

  • 05 February, 2014

    In an attempt to make our trips to the barn more productive, the Committee
    has decided to try and combine the business meeting with a work day.

    The Business Meeting is scheduled for Feb. 23, 2014 at 10 am. The
    business meeting will be followed by a work day to make some repairs
    to the barn. Please come dressed to work potentially indoors or outdoors.

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