Mile Posts Newsletter Winter 2016
For the recent Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, over 20 volunteers showed up, despite frigid temperatures, to remove overgrowth and litter from alongside Porterdale's newly-constructed Yellow River Path. Over 30 people came out on a cold and rainy night last week for the Winter Social at Bradley's Barbecue. And, as you'll notice in the sidebar below, over 60 families and individuals have joined or renewed their Newton Trails memberships this past quarter. Clearly, there is a dedicated trail movement in Newton County!
The Newton Trails board of directors
is looking forward to continued growth and progress in 2016. We hope you'll join us as we promote, celebrate and improve our existing trails, explore and learn from trails in neighboring counties and across the state, and work to expand the Newton County trail system. You'll find opportunities to participate in all of the above in the articles below.