Events

February 6, 2015
 

On the cutting edge of fun

By Jason Miller
Public Affairs Office
Photo courtesy of Desert Discovery Tour
Children with the EDGE! program here enjoyed a Desert Discovery Tour aboard Polaris RZR off-road vehicles, Jan. 10.

Local military kids enjoyed a trip to Inscription Canyon with the EDGE! program while touring the high desert in the Desert Discovery Tour Polaris RZR off-road vehicles, Jan. 10.

“On the trip, the kiddos got a photo opportunity at the Pizka Indian petroglyphs, a local Native American historical site, and visited an old Pony Express Depot in the middle of Black Mountain Canyon,” said Edward Iden, manager of Outdoor Recreation here.

The EDGE! program provides fitness, life skills and adventure activities for Fort Irwin children through the Family, Morale, Welfare and Recreation directorate. To find out more about the EDGE! program, call 380-5816.

To go on a Desert Discovery Tour, call Outdoor Recreation at 380-4327.




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