The Wee-Chi-Tah Trail is where participants take part in mountain bike races the Friday and Sunday of the Hotter'N Hell weekend.
Race coordinators say plenty of work needs to be done to get the trails ready for racers. And they say it's work that can be done by people of all ages.
"We can pick up trash on the trail. We can hang ribbon on the right of the trail. That's our directional beacon-- ribbon on the right. For the more physically fit, we have work with actual hoes and shovels," says Sandy Monson, dirt events coordinator for Hotter'N Hell.
The Hotter N Hell work day gets underway tomorrow at 8 a.m. at Berends Landing, which is by the Wee-Chi-Tah statue on Bridge Street.
And coordinators say make sure you bring gloves, bug spray and wear long pants.
To volunteer, call Pat at 940-613-3332.
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