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SUBMITTED by Charlotte Buehler (22-Jan-2012)

The W-PHS Annual Dutch Dinner is on Wednesday, February 1st, 2012 at 6:30 PM and the gathering location is Fellowship Hall at the Pultneyville Reformed Church on Hamilton Street in Pultneyville. Remember to bring a dish to pass and table service for you and your guest(s) for this event. Coffee and tea will be provided. This is a wonderful opportunity to sample wonderful dishes whether they are Dutch or not! Please plan on joining us to initiate this next exciting year of programs!

Program presenters for the Dutch Dinner will be Carol May and Mark De Cracker. Carol is a Town of Williamson resident and current President of Trail Works, Inc. Carol is enthusiastic about many outdoor activities and presented a program at W-PHS with her husband, Jim, about their Underground Railroad route cycling trip. They are also avid downhill and cross country skiers and have cycled throughout the United States, as well as, New Zealand and Australia. Mark De Cracker, is a resident of Lyons and Board Member of Trail Works, Inc., recreation specialist and significant force behind Forever Wild For Everyone, a Trail Works initiative for accessible trails.

Carol and Mark will share some the exciting projects of Trail Works including:
  • The latest on the Pultneyville to Marion Trail Feasibility Study
  • Forever Wild For Everyone projects
  • Upcoming Trail Works Events
We are very fortunate to have Carol and Mark share their time, enthusiasm and expertise with us for the evening. This event is free and open to the public and certainly promises to be an exciting evening that will help us all learn more about what is available in our community and how we are insuring open and accessible spaces for future generations to enjoy.


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