If you ride, run, or hike at Camp Sekani Park, one of Spokane’s most popular mountain bike trail systems, you will undoubtably benefit from the improvements that are currently proposed for the often pothole-riddled gravel and dirt parking lot. The planned paving of the lot will make parking easier and less dusty or muddy depending on the season and will also increase the parking capacity. The project may also include an upgrade to the current porta-potty facilities and safer access to the Centennial Trail across E Upriver Drive. Evergreen East, the Eastern Washington Chapter of the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance, is looking for donations from trail system users of any amount to help with the organization’s fundraising contribution to the paving project. Visit Evergreeneast.org to make a donation or learn more about the effort.