Rainbird Trail Head
UAS Chancellor John Pugh dedicates the Rainbird Trail in Ketchikan, Sept. 25, 2010
UAS-Ketchikan celebrated the first successful capital campaign by a community campus on Saturday, Sept. 25th with the Rainbird Trailhead Ribbon Cutting. The UAS Rainbird Trailhead Improvement Project renovated the original overgrown section of a trail starting from the UAS parking lot behind the campus library, connecting to the recently constructed Third Avenue Bypass. The improved trailhead will provide enhanced access for educational and recreational opportunities for the campus and community. The Rainbird Trail Campaign raised more than $125,000 in private gifts and public grants in support of the project.