July 10, 2016

Boeing colleagues build trail

Boeing’s Global Month of Service (GMOS), held every July, and demonstrates how employees can play a significant role in our global communities beyond our performance as a corporation. Every year thousands of employees around the world give their time and talents to support hundreds of projects that help communities thrive. This year, Jeppesen employees from Denver teamed up with their Boeing colleagues from Colorado Springs and Aurora to build a high priority section of the Colorado Front Range Trail (CFRT) near Larkspur.

The GMOS team joined Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado and members of The Mission Continues. This organization encourages and aids volunteerism by veterans.

The vision of the CFRT is to create a multi-purpose trail from Wyoming to New Mexico, along the Front Range of Colorado. Once complete, the 876-mile trail will connect 15 cities and 14 counties, as well as scenic landscapes, cultural and historic points, parks, open spaces, and other attractions. To date, over 270 miles of the CFRT have been finished.

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