The awards celebration was held in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Nov. 16, 2010.
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posted Jan 16, 2018
Debbie Quinn was nominated for her tireless efforts to promote recreational opportunities and infrastructure improvement within and around her lifelong home, the City of Fairhope, Alabama.
The Menomonee Valley Partners have assisted in bringing in millions of dollars in grants, in working with foundations, and pursuing private funding to benefit the state’s trails to add bridges, boardwalks, canoe/kayak launches, angler access, and additional recreational trails.
Bob “Scat” Scatterday and Ben Stout have been long term advocates for the Wheeling Heritage Trail.
Not only has Lynne Olson’s name been on every one of Parleys Rails Trails and Tunnels (PRATT) Coalition’s Corporate documents, but her fingerprints are on every major milestone and stroke of PRATT’s good “luck.”
Perry Jewett has been instrumental in advocating and supporting the use of the state’s many trails and is the President of Ridge Riders, a mountain biking organization.
Bob has been a strong supporter of all the different types of trails in Tennessee both non-motorized and motorized trails.
The City of Charleston is the home of the West Ashley Greenway, an 8-mile trail laid on a former rail line.
David Buck serves as the Greenways and Water Trail Coordinator for the Endless Mountains Heritage Region, Inc. (EMHR).
Gene serves as the Mayor and Trails Coordinator for the City of Three Forks, Montana.
Keri Wanner’s is the Program Manager for Snowmobile North Dakota, a non-profit organization representing snowmobilers in North Dakota.
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