This award recognizes an individual that has made outstanding contributions and provided consistent support for trail planning, development, or maintenance. It is intended to recognize the efforts of a private or public sector individual working for enhanced trail recreation on either the local, state, or national level.
Brooke assisted the Chilton County Commission to develop Minooka Park, Alabama's first motorized park.
From the initial park planning, to trail development and continuing trail maintenance, he has been a positive ambassador for OHV Recreation.
Brooke Beazley's work with OHV riding clubs in Alabama has resulted in the recent formation of the Alabama Off-Highway Vehicle Association (ALOHVA) and his election as the Club's first President. Brooke's enthusiasm for OHV recreation is reflected through his interaction with new as well as seasoned OHV riders. His promotion of education and proper trail usage to insure a positive future for Off Highway recreation are evidence of a volunteer worthy of recognition.