Seniors are currently completing their May Projects, a month-long community project(s). Each year, a handful of seniors choose to help maintain local trails, and this year was no different. In two days, 20 seniors covered over 17 miles clearing away debris and growth. The students worked along Devil's Well and Cavespring Trail, Round Springs Trail Loop, and the Ozark Trail along the Current River. Neal Humke, a Land Stewardship Coordinator for the LAD (Leo A Drey) Foundation joined the group each day, giving instruction on proper trail maintenance and interesting information about the flora and fauna that the group encountered on the path. Here are photographs from the first two days of the seven-day trip.