Friends of Cowan Lake receives $18K to build trail bridges


The Clinton County LEGACY Fund Grant Committee awarded $18,000 to the Friends of Cowan Lake to build two replacement bridges on the Emerald Woods Trail, to address a safety hazard. In the front row from left are Gwen Marshall, David Rosekrans, Bill Schieman, Judy Hearn and Wade Hall all with the Friends of Cowan Lake; and in the back from left are are grant committee members Kerry Steed, Tony Long, Michelle Morrison and Janet Dixon. Not pictured is committee member Joe Hete.

The Clinton County LEGACY Fund Grant Committee awarded $18,000 to the Friends of Cowan Lake to build two replacement bridges on the Emerald Woods Trail, to address a safety hazard. In the front row from left are Gwen Marshall, David Rosekrans, Bill Schieman, Judy Hearn and Wade Hall all with the Friends of Cowan Lake; and in the back from left are are grant committee members Kerry Steed, Tony Long, Michelle Morrison and Janet Dixon. Not pictured is committee member Joe Hete.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The Clinton County LEGACY Fund Grant Committee awarded $18,000 to the Friends of Cowan Lake to build two replacement bridges on the Emerald Woods Trail, to address a safety hazard. In the front row from left are Gwen Marshall, David Rosekrans, Bill Schieman, Judy Hearn and Wade Hall all with the Friends of Cowan Lake; and in the back from left are are grant committee members Kerry Steed, Tony Long, Michelle Morrison and Janet Dixon. Not pictured is committee member Joe Hete.

The Clinton County LEGACY Fund Grant Committee awarded $18,000 to the Friends of Cowan Lake to build two replacement bridges on the Emerald Woods Trail, to address a safety hazard. In the front row from left are Gwen Marshall, David Rosekrans, Bill Schieman, Judy Hearn and Wade Hall all with the Friends of Cowan Lake; and in the back from left are are grant committee members Kerry Steed, Tony Long, Michelle Morrison and Janet Dixon. Not pictured is committee member Joe Hete.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/10/web1_lake_cowan_c.jpgThe Clinton County LEGACY Fund Grant Committee awarded $18,000 to the Friends of Cowan Lake to build two replacement bridges on the Emerald Woods Trail, to address a safety hazard. In the front row from left are Gwen Marshall, David Rosekrans, Bill Schieman, Judy Hearn and Wade Hall all with the Friends of Cowan Lake; and in the back from left are are grant committee members Kerry Steed, Tony Long, Michelle Morrison and Janet Dixon. Not pictured is committee member Joe Hete. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal