2014 Progress Report
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Welcome to the Susquehanna Greenwayâ€Ś Do you value outdoor recreation and the opportunity to live an active lifestyle in an flourishing community? Is clean water important to you? If so, then you probably share our vision for over 500-miles of connected walking, biking, and water trails, unique and vibrant river towns, and conserved land along the Susquehanna River. You understand how the Susquehanna Greenway improves the quality of life for the people who live near it, enhances the economic vitality of the communities that foster it, and preserves the natural resources of the Susquehanna River itself. You also understand it is people like you, who care about the river and healthy communities, that are the most important resource of all for creating parks, trails, and greener towns. It is with great pride that we share this progress report with you. It illustrates the hard work and accomplishments of many people and partners. We ask that you join this community of people that are building the Susquehanna Greenway by becoming a member or volunteer. To learn more about our work, view photos of key projects or to make your contribution online, please visit our website www.SusquehannaGreenway.org. Sincerely,
Trish Carothers Executive Director
yyBuilding a Network of Trails yyIncreasing River Access yyRevitalizing River Towns yyProtecting Clean Water
CREATING PENNSYLVANIAâ€™S LARGEST GREENWAY Since 2001, the Susquehanna Greenway Partnership has been working with many partners to create the Susquehanna Greenway, a 500-mile corridor of connected river towns, trails, parks, river access areas, and conserved lands that link people to Susquehanna River region.
The Susquehanna Provides: yy Drinking water to over 6,000,000 people yy 50% of freshwater for the Chesapeake Bay yy Power generation yy Wildlife habitat yy Scenic beauty yy Recreation
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The Susquehanna Greenway Includes: yy A 500-mile corridor of river and land yy 22 counties yy Over 70 towns yy 1,301 islands
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Jerry S. Walls, FAICP, Chair
Annette Schultz, Endless Mountains Heritage Region
Trish Carothers, Executive Director
Dee Alwine, Vice Chair
David Buck, Endless Mountains Heritage Region
Barbara Bogle, Program Assistant
Marty Walzer, Treasurer
Janie French, Headwaters Charitable Trust
Bridget Kane, Membership & Volunteer Coordinator
Susan Browning, Secretary
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Erin Pierce, Program Coordinator
Mark Platts, Susquehanna Gateway Heritage Area
Zach Pyle, River Towns Program Coordinator
Jonathan Pinkerton, Susquehanna Gateway Heritage Area
Mike Grasso, Volunteer Steward Coordinator
Alice Ttowbridge, RLA
Suzanne Lee Timm Moyer Bob Rolley Kathy Scullin Peter Smith Linda Woodward
From Left: Barbara Bogle, Zach Pyle, Bridget Kane, Trish Carothers, Erin Pierce, Mike Grasso
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*Figures from July 2012 â€“ March 2015
The Paddle & Pedal Sojourn, our flagship outdoor educational program, was a smashing success in August 2014 with five days of guided paddling, cycling and camping along the beautiful West Branch. Over 70 participants represented five different states! Local experts gave behind the scenes access to the natural and cultural resources of the West Branch and her river towns. Highlights included touring the Woolrich Woolen Mills, cheering on the National Canoe & Kayak Championship Races, and cycling the world-famous Pine Creek Rail Trail.
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yy 68 presentations reaching over 12,900 people yy 56 tabling events reaching over 85,900 people yy 144 articles published about the Greenway yy 4,321 reached by e-Connections newsletter yy Over 760 events promoted on Calendar of Events yy 47,815 visitors to SusquehannaGreenway.org yy 1,047 entries in 3rd and 4th Photo Contests yy 16 Photo Gallery exhibition locations yy Hosted 7 Photo Gallery receptions yy Held a flood resiliency workshop for river towns yy Hosted a grant workshop for local projects yy 58 new kiosks and signs installed yy 236 new members and sponsors yy 153 volunteers donated 4,493 project hours! yy Leveraged $43,613 of in-kind volunteer services.
ENCOURAGING RECREATIONAL TOURISM
Education, Advocacy & Promotion Creating a River Community
GREENWAY BICYCLE & RIVER FEST
Our goal to connect people to the river and create safe walkable and bikeable communities faced a serious roadblock without a comprehensive state transportation budget. We joined with other members of the Keystone Transportation Funding Coalition to call for safer roads and bridges, bike and pedestrian facilities, and road programs that reduce water pollution.
SGP, The Bicycle Center, and our partners in the Williamsport area collaborated to host this exciting May event. A Kidâ€™s Bicycle Derby taught new skills and encouraged kids to play hard and be active. Adults enjoyed a Bicycle Scavenger Hunt along the Susquehanna River Walk that explored the 6-mile trail. Live music, prizes and healthy food vendors in the South Williamsport Sports Park topped off a fabulous time!
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Thank you for your voice!
SIGNAGE & BRANDING
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We mobilized our members, volunteers and friends to join this call for change and contacted legislators. Our collective efforts resulted in the passing of Act 89 PA Transportation Funding Bill that helps to make our communities, environment and the people of PA healthier by providing $10 million for bike and pedestrain facilities and other dedicated multimodal funds.
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A VOICE FOR SAFE TRAILS & CLEAN WATER
The Susquehanna Greenway is composed of many parks, trails, and conservation areas that are existing and planned. When connected and promoted together, the impact is greater than the sum of its parts. To bring these greenway elements into a cohesive and identifiable whole that can be promoted on a large scale for maximum economic impact, we work with communities to create signage to help residents and visitors identify, enjoy, and navigate through the Greenway.
THERE ARE OVER 70 TOWNS ALONG THE SUSQUEHAN Breaking ground at Jersey Shore’s new public river access.
River Towns Program
Revitalize and Promote River Towns and Thei
yy Creating River Town Teams to lead community efforts yy Holding public forums to identify community priorities yy Planning parks, trails, river access, and green infrastructure yy Securing project funding and creating new partnerships yy Promoting the River Town’s events and progress
WHERE WE WORKED, 2013 & 2014 Armstrong Township, Lycoming County; Athens; Berwick; Bloomsburg; Catawissa; Chatman Township, Clinton County; Clearfield; Curwensville; Duncannon; Hemlock Township, Columbia County; Jersey Shore; Leidy Township, Clinton County; Lewisburg; Lock Haven; Loyalsock Township, Lycoming County; Millersburg; Montgomery; Muncy; Muncy Creek Township, Lycoming County; Northumberland; Noyes Township, Clinton County; Point Township, Northumberland County; Renovo; Sayre; Selinsgrove; Shickshinny; South Renovo; South Williamsport; Sunbury; Tunkhannock; Watsontown; Wilkes-Barre.
yy Northumberland’s Pineknotter Park greets visitors with a new sign and solar spotlights yy Over 1-mile of new riverside trail in Berwick improved with benches, waste bins, trail markers and signage yy Riverfront erosion to be slowed at Millersburg thanks to funding for an engineering study yy Over 40-miles of ridge-top trail system conceptually planned from Lock Haven to South Williamsport yy Water Trail brochure and map will allow people to get outside and explore Union County’s Buffalo Creek yy Picnic tables, benches and signs get a sustainable facelift with recycled materials in Curwensville’s riverside park
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The Susquehanna River, and its natural resources and beauty, once created prime opportunities for communities to establish themselves and thrive as industry centers for lumber, coal, transportation, and agriculture. Today, many of these same communities have lost the industries they were built upon and are looking for new, more sustainable economic opportunities. The Susquehanna Greenway Partnership helps each river town achieve its goals for a healthier and more prosperous tomorrow by:
WHAT’S HAPPENED: MINI-GRANTS HELP LOCAL PROJECTS
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WHAT WE DO
yy 69 trees planted to beautify and green Montgomery yy Visitors and residents of Danville can now follow trail markers along town trails and a historic walking tour yy Lewisburg’s rail trail is closer to connecting town and the river thanks to conceptual planning and illustrations yy A new wooden walking bridge links residents in Muncy to the scenic riverfront Heritage Park yy The free bike-share program in Wilkes-Barre is enhanced with a trail guide and map
WHY WE DO IT: COMMUNITY BENEFITS Jobs – Riverfront parks, trails and street trees can improve the quality of life and make towns more attractive places to live, play or start a business. Project construction creates jobs for designers, engineers, and construction workers. Tourism – Visitors are drawn to areas that have a mix of amenities to enjoy. Clean Water – Greenways filter dirty runoff before it reaches waterways. Healthier People – Parks, trails and greenways provide the opportunity to get outside and moving.
NNA IN PENNSYLVANIA…
r Riverfronts NEW RIVER TOWNS DESIGNATED Lock Haven was designated in July 2014, priorities
include improving the downtown, creating better river access, and creating a more bikeable and walkable community. Lock Haven received a SGP mini-grant to create an info kiosk to highlight points of interest and river history along the riverfront levee trail.
Athens and Sayre were designated in November
2014. The neighboring towns are joined by Futurescapes, a non-profit organization, that was created as part of the flood recovery process in 2011. Together, the towns are pursuing funding for the Diahoga Trail, a nearly 2-mile riverfront trail that will connect key community destinations.
Lewisburg received the Susquehanna Greenway
Lewisburg River Town designation
River Town designation in August 2014. A public meeting revealed that connecting the 9-mile Buffalo Valley Rail Trail to the riverfront, improving pedestrian connections, and improving parks are top priorities. Lewisburg is currently reviewing these project ideas and will identify a top project for action.
RIVER TOWN SPOTLIGHT Jersey Shore: With help from SGP this town will now have public river access, the only such access along a 17-mile stretch of the West Branch. The new public access site will offer recreation opportunities for boating, fishing, swimming and sightseeing. Next up: We are thrilled to help this community plan educational signage, rain gardens and a vegetated buffer to protect clean water, beautify the community, and bring new tourism and recreation opportunities to Jersey Shore.
Shickshinny & Hemlock Township:
Jersey Shore public river access parking before and planned.
Floodwaters inundated these communities in 2011, leaving vacant lots and an uncertain community future. SGP secured funding to help the communities envision a greener future along the Susquehanna. Master plans have been developed and illustrate new uses for vacant floodplain properties. Recreational fields, parks, campsites, and farmer’s market locations were identified by the Shickshinny community as positive future amenities to attract business and tourism. A new trail and creative reuse of blighted property for housing outside of the floodplain were important to residents of Hemlock Township. Next up: We are excited to explore green solutions for frequent flooding with these communities in the coming year.
PARTNER PROJECTS: HIGHLIGHTS ALONG THE SUSQUEHANNA GREENWAY
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Trail Gap Closed: Northwest Lancaster County River Trail (NWLCRT) A critical 330’ trail gap was closed in November 2014 when a new riverside walkway opened near Bainbridge, PA. Trail users can now enjoy river views and continuous trail for 6.5 miles from Marietta to Bainbridge. Project partners include the Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority and Conoy Township. The NWLCRT is a 14.25-mile trail that passes through: Columbia, West Hempfield Township, Marietta Borough, East Donegal Township and Conoy Township. The trail follows the route of the historic PA Mainline Canal and uses some of the original towpath. Learn more: www.susquehannaheritage.org
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New Public River Access: West Branch of the Susquehanna River at Baker Run, Clinton County Six years in the making, the PA Bureau of Forestry opened a canoe and kayak launch in the Sproul State Forest lands along the West Branch in Clinton County in 2013. Previously a 21-mile stretch of inaccessible river, locals and visitors can now complete safe day trips along this section. Project partners include the Bureau of Forestry and the Northcentral Pennsylvania Conservancy. Learn more: www.SusquehannaGreenway.org River Heritage Comes Alive: Zimmerman Center, York County After a year of construction the Zimmerman Center for Heritage is now open to the public! Visitors will enjoy the historic Dritt Mansion, a riverside pavilion, floating dock, and canoe and kayak launch area. New gardens feature native plants and flowers, there is hiking access to Native Lands County Park, and an accessible pathway connects to the river. Signs share the history of the river. A project by the Susquehanna Gateway Heritage Area, partners include PA DCNR, PA Fish & Boat Commission, Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network, and Federal Highway Administration/PADOT. Learn more: www.susquehannaheritage.org
Photo courtesy of SGHA
Planning for the River: Envision the Susquehanna In 2013 Envision the Susquehanna was born as a collaborative to create a common vision for the river that focuses on environmental integrity, economic development, cultural engagement, and outdoor experience. The core team includes the Chesapeake Conservancy, PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR), Susquehanna Greenway Partnership, Susquehanna River Heartland Coalition for Environmental Studies, and Wildlife Management Institute. The team works to identify and implement conservation, river access, and restoration projects along the river. Learn more: www.envisionthesusquehanna.org
LOOKING AHEAD: PROJECTS FOR 2015 AND BEYOND yy Engaging with faith-based communities in Danville and Berwick to install green infrastructure and grow our volunteer program yy Help close the gaps in the following trails: North Branch Canal Trail, Danville to Bloomsburg; Diahoga Trail, Athens to Sayre; Pine Creek Rail Trail & Susquehanna River Walk, Jersey Shore to Williamsport…and many more! yy Conserving key river views and landscapes along the Susquehanna River by working closely with local land trusts and partners
THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS Advanced Real Estate Settlement Services AmazonSmile Foundation Anadarko Petroleum Corporation Auto Barn Collision Center Big Woody’s Beach Bar & Grill Bitting Recreation Inc. Blaise Alexander Family Dealerships Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania Bob’s Army and Navy Store Bonner Sports & RV Bruster’s Real Ice Cream C & E Containers Canoe Susquehanna CATV Service, Inc. Central Susquehanna Valley Board of Realtors Chesapeake Bay Commission Chesapeake Bay Trust Chesapeake Energy Citizens’ Electric Company CNB Bank Inc. Country Ski & Sports
Crist Construction Demeter Fragrance Library DeWald Chiropractic Environmental Solutions LLC EXCO Resources Fairfield Auto Group First Columbia Bank & Trust Co. FNB Bank Foundation for PA Watersheds Geokinetics George Ely Associates, Inc. Girio Agency, Inc. Haas Landscape Architects Hall’s Marine Highmark Blue Shield Jersey Shore Area Lioness Club Jersey Shore Revitalization Team Kellogg’s Klein & Rizzo Certified Public Accountants Lackawanna Heritage Valley Authority Larson Design Group
League of Women Voters Lewisburg Neighborhoods Corp. Little Pine Resources Loyalsock Creek Watershed Association Lumber Heritage Region Lundy Industrial Realty Lycoming Engines Lycoming Mall Metso Minerals Industries Moose Lodge 214 Nittany MinitMart Norcen Industries, Inc. Oakes Insurance, Inc. Overhead Door Company of Lycoming County PA Association of Conservation Districts PA Dept of Community & Economic Development PA Dept of Conservation and Natural Resources PA Organization for Watersheds and Rivers Pennsylvania General Energy Company, LLC PMF Industries, Inc. PPL Corporation
Process Control Specialties, Inc. QVC Partners in Giving Rauchtown-Nippenose Lions Club Santino’s Italian Cuisine Service First Federal Credit Union Sinner or Saint Food Truck Starbucks Coffee Company STV Energy Services, Inc. Susquehanna Health Susquehanna Life Susquehanna Trailways Sweet Frog The Hershey Company The Luzerne Foundation - Grazia Bella Fund The Peter Herdic House Inn & Restaurant Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. Weichert Realtors-Premier West Pharmaceutical Services Woodlands Bank
FINANCIAL REPORT FISCAL YEAR JULY 2013 — JUNE 2014
Revenue Contributions and Grants Program Service Revenue Investment Income
Total Revenue Expenses
323,382 8,052 20
River Towns Program Education, Advocacy & Promotion Program Water Trails Program Management and General Fundraising
Total Expenses Net Assets as of June 30, 2014
163,651 112,703 39,249 27,035 22,121
Expenses: River Towns Program Education, Advocacy & Promotion Program Water Trails Program Management and General Fundraising
THANK YOU DONATING MEMBERS Stephen Ajh and Elaine Smith Tom and Keri Albright Jim and Betty Allen Robert Altenburg Diane Alwine Stephen Artman Herb Baker and Cynthia Venn Jeff and Tiffani Balestrini Bill Barbour Mike and Donna Bastian Tim Baylor Jon and Mary Beam Kenneth Beam Steven and Christie Beattie Meghan Beck H. Hedrick Belin and Mary Bissell Larry Belmont Kat Bendt John Beulter Richard Bloom Barbara and Joseph Bogle Ronda Bogle Marilyn Bok James and Cynthia Bower Kevin and Debra Boyd Barry and Nancy Boyer Marilyn Brill Steve and Laura Brown Susan Browning John and Sarah Bruch Jack Bruno Rebecca Buchanan Jonathan Butterfield Alan and Patricia Carothers Mary Chamuris Edwin and Mary Ann Charles Cherie Chism Bill Cole John and Lydia Comerford David and Sarah Craig Dennis and Brenda Crapser Joan Crawford Robert and Linda Crockett Melanie Cunningham Matt Dallos Emily Daniel Liz Deardorff Brian and Joan Deeken Christina Deihl Kevin and Cheryl Delsite Cathy Dennis
James and Nancy Dennis Richard and Diane DiGiacomo John and Carol Anne Doering James and Susan Dolan Diane Donato John and Patricia Driver Peter and Mary DuBois George and Shirley Durrwachter Jaime Eby Victor and Mary Engel Lisa and Laura Erdman Jesse Ergott Chuck Esser and Pamela Haines Stephen and Francine Everson Matthew and Angela Fasold Walter and Pat Fisher Warren and Ann Fisher Tim and Erin Fitzgerald James and Elizabeth Flannery Amanda Flurry Tony and Kathy Fornataro Robert Franks Mary French Nicoya Frey Jane Friedman Ann Marie Furdock Rosaria Gabriele Donald Gallagher Francis and Patricia Gatto Tom and Sarah Gehret Lisa Gibson William Gibson Sylvia Gleason Jason Godeke and Cristina Mathews Steve and Barbara Gold Debra Goldstein Mike Gondell John Good Dennis Goodlin Valerie Grahn Duane Griffin Ronald and Polly Grimm Steve Guattery and Teri J. MacBride Agatha Hall Donald and Linda Hall Barbara Hamilton Lamar and Linda Haupt Robert Heim Oren Helbok Barbara Horst Michael and Carol Hubler
Barbara Hudock Michael and Lyneah Hudock John and Beatrice Hulsberg Donald James David and Theodora Jansky Charles and Donna Johnson Erik Johnson Milford Johnson Robert and Joan Johnston Dan and Kathleen Jones William and Lois Jordan Jennifer Joyce Jeff and Bridget Kane Marel King Joseph and Susan Kirk Stephen Kish R. Stefan Klosowski Teresa Knisely Wayne Kober Keith Kocher and Joan McCarty Mike and Jill Komar Leo and Rita Kopetz Diane Kripas Michael Kubishen Paul Kusko Ben Landon Nancy Larson John and Debra Latsha Timothy Latshaw Martha Lawrenz Cole and Suzanne Lee James and Connie Lewis Nancy Libbey Lesley Livingston Kathy Lowe Charles and Bessie Lowry John and Linda Lundy Ross and Jami Magee David and Barbara Maneval Rick Mason and Ann Rice Frederick and Josephine Maue R. Randolph May Jay and Sue McCormick Joe and Barbara McElroy Roger and Joyce McRae Ronald and Nancy Merritt David and Monica Miele Jeffrey and Linda Miller Jill Miller Kathy Miller Keith Miller
O. Fred and Joan Miller Steven Miller and Ellen Gauthier Rick and Sara Mirabito Bernie Miscannon Gautam and Mridula Mishra Frank and Jeanette Morton Timm and Kristen Moyer Suzanne Murdza Cathy and David Myers Nathan and Kayly Newcomer Mike Ochs Terrance O’Connor Sue O’Donnell Stuart Olinsky and Judith Meyers Frank Orlevitch Chris and Amanda O’Rourke Jason Ottmann John and Marilyn Palmer Amie Penfield Carlos and Harriett Perez William and Suzann Pharr Mike and Linda Philbin William and Katherine Pickering Erin Pierce Merrily Pierce John and Margaret Piper Michael Polgar and Michele Schasberger Timothy and Meredith Poole Anthony and Diane Postupack Bill and Linda Poulton Zachary and Marissa Pyle Jeffrey and Christine Rauff Thomas Raup John and Lana Raymond Alfred and Ann Reeves Pat Reilly Dustin and Sandra Rhodes Dennis and Patricia Ringling Douglas Ritter George and Barbara Rizzo Jerome and Alice Rizzo Ruth Rode Bob and Pamela Rolley Linda Ross Terry Roth David Rudovsky David Sapak Drake Saxton and Andrea Young Ernst and Susan Schurer Kathy Scullin Lamar Seger
Jeffrey and Shannon Sheaffer Norma Shearer William and Debra Shipp Rick Shumaker Kathleen and Ralph Smith Peter Smith Gordon Southard David and Betty Jean Staebler Linda Stein David and Louisa Stone Richard and Alison Stone-Briggs Bob and Becky Stoudt Eric Stout Sara Street Tony and Tina Sutsko George and Constance Taylor Timothy Titus Chase and Nicole Tobias Ellie Tomlinson and Candy Nevel Michael and Amy Toole Francis Troutman Richard and Alice Trowbridge Gary Tuma Vincent and Darlis Varano Peter and Christine Wallace Robert and Rose Ann Wallace Jerry and Joy Walls Barb Walzer Marty and Cynthia Walzer Linda Ward Matthew and Janet Weir Marshall Welch Robert and Marie Wheeler Jennifer Whisner Glenn and Mary Ann Williams Kerry and Kathy Wilson Eric Winslow Alex and Tracie Witter Nathan Woodruff Linda Woodward William and Pam Worobec William and Jeanne Yaggi Mark and Dani Yohn Patricia Zaborsky Barbara Zeiders Alan and Tana Zeigler Mel and Gail Zimmerman Thomas and Beverly Zorn
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR EXCEPTIONAL VOLUNTEERS Kwang Hoon Ahn Kay Aikey Ellen Anderson Brian Auman Barbara Baldwin Dave Bardo Sue Bartel David Bauman Jon D. Beam Savita Bhardwar Bruce Bishoff Nick Bloskey Susan Browning Doug and Judy Brubaker Jack Bruno David Buck Renee Carey Sherri Clukey Denise Colvin Richard Colvin
Betsy Conover Rob Cook Ed Dammer David J. Davis Katie Davis Rebecca Davis Liz Garland Deardorff Chuck and Pam Dearing Jeremy and Audra dePrisco Justin dePrisco Rick DeVito Christopher DiFiore Phoebe Faden Xun Fang Bill Faust Leslie Ferguson Alyssa Fiorentino Cristina Fischer Elizabeth Flannery
Sarah Flannery Nicole Flaugh Jay Fritz Louise Fulmer Sid Furst Dennis Garrison Octavian Geagla Lisa I. Gibson Sue Goddard Edie R. Good Chilis Graw Ryan Graw Tom Grbenick Brandn Green Kristen L. Hand Kathi Hannaford Sandy Hill Rebecca Holler Nivedita Jampana
Jaclyn Johnston Jeffrey Kane Mike Kane Harvey M. Katz Gabriele E. Keizer Kari Kepler Daryl Kern Marel King Sherry Kinley Wayne Kober David Kovach Richard Lake Suzanne Lee Jeff Lewis Jan Lokuta Teri J. MacBride Rachel M. Mack Bonita Mahoney Dave and Lynda McCracken
Christine McNeley Caleb Meyers Angela R. Miller Gregory Moore Ashley Morton Frank and Jeanette Morton Timm Moyer Sandra Murray Cathy Curran Myers Brian Necker Carl Olshefskie Merry Ann Olshefskie Robert and Anne Pappas Ann Pautella Samantha Pearson Trevor M. Polly Julia Portocarrero Eric Probert Jeremy Quant
Jeff and Amy Rankinen Pattie Rauch David Reinertsen Megan S. Lupek Mila A. Robinson Bob O. Rolley Becky Rusczyk Marc Schefsky Barbara Schmouder Charles Schoffstall Linda Schramm Susan Schwartz Kathy Scullin Trace Seaton Melanie Simms AnnMarie Simon Chris Smith Peter F. Smith Wayne Souder Samantha Spotts
Debra Steransky Louisa Stone Angela Storer Lisa Strouse Alice Tarr Arlene Taylor Jason Taylor Colleen Testa Alice Trowbridge Sam Waldrop Jerry S. Walls Marty Walzer Bryce Weaver Harold J. Webster Kelly Williams Shannon Williams Taylor Wolfe Linda Woodward Rich Wykoff Shazia Zaman
SPECIAL THANKS TO: The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources EXPLORE YOUR GREENWAY Find river events, fun festivals, challenging races, trail outings, community clean-ups, and more listed on our Calendar of Events: www.SusquehannaGreenway.org/calendar Like us on Facebook! www.Facebook.com/SusquehannaGreenway
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