Oregon Lewis & Clark Chapter members traveled up the McKenzie River to the Forest Ranger Station in order to clean the historical marker that was placed in 1922 by the Oregon Lewis and Clark Chapter. The marker was placed to commemorate the passing of the pioneers over McKenzie Pass. Over time, the marker had become covered with moss and algae. After 94 years, it needed a good scrubbing. There are many historical markers in Lane County and many need to be found, cleaned and have their GPS recorded. A listing of many of these markers can be found in the current member directory.