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Ellen Zornes fires up Rotary for Trail Town initiative

2014-02-25 - Cranmer Dining Center, 430 Helen Flatt DR, Columbia, KY - Photo CM staff photo. Ellen Zornes, a member of the Columbia Rotary Club, delivered a comprehensive account of the Trail Town Initiative to a somewhat larger than ordinary Rotary Club meeting at Cranmer last night, Monday, February 24, 2014. At her side is Brenda Mann, who, along with Jelaine Harlow and Linda Waggener, are introducing the concept to the community. The goal of Trail Towns is many: A healthier community, greater tourism, economic development, more opportunities for people to enjoy an active lifestyle to their own tastes, from walking, to riding bikes, to horseback riding, canoeing and kayaking, to using parks, playing fields. Mrs Zornes told the Rotary that being part of the Trail Town system will help the community receive free publicity. She said that the state leaders are eager for Adair County to become the third county around Green River Lake to be a Trail Town community; already, Taylor and Green Counties have more advanced development, but with the enthusiasm she's finding, Adair County could blossom this year.
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