Thank you to all of our volunteers.
Volunteers are the foundation of Rail 66 Country Trail.  They provide hours of cleanups, help with events and planning for the trail.  We would like to thank our volunteers personally for all of their efforts in building Rail 66 Country Trail.

Trudy Alexander
Brian Bauer
Jackson Bell
Jonathon Bell
Reed Bell
Greg Borland
Kim Borland
Jeff Cyphert
Bobbie Cyphert
Mark Dechant

Vince DiStefano
Ed Everett
Brian Foltz
Dave Galbreath
Ken Gilbert
Perry Hargenrader
Bob Heasley
Esther Heasley
Larry Heasley
Dan & Elizabeth Hudnall

Tim Huebert
Steve Hoover
Al Lander
Janet Lander
Jerry Lutz
Tom Mattick
Bill Moore
Trisha Moore
Cindy Nellis
Ron Nick

Mike O’Neill
Karen Pesek
Ken Russell
Bill Rodgers
Dave Schwille
Ralph Scobo
Jr. Seigworth
Bill Shupp
Roger Steiner

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Dr. Bill Moore receives Volunteer of the Year Award

Rail 66 Trail Volunteer, Dr. Bill Moore (right) received the “James E. Holden Greenways Volunteer of the Year Award” at a ceremony held in Titusville.  Bill, a professional civil engineer was recognized for his contributions of both design and construction assistance of several storm water management practices along the trail as well as securing public and private grant funding for trail building and maintenance equipment.  His most recent grant award from the DCNR is funding the c ompletion of the trail from Leeper to the Forest County line with an asphalt surface.  The Rail 66 community is very fortunate to have many talented, dedicated volunteers.  Bill is the 2nd Rail 66 volunteer to receive this honor.  Mike O’Neill was recognized in 2018.  Greg Borland presented the award.

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