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January 2000 

Volunteer Profile

Alan Lewis - Musquodoboit Harbour Trailways Association Without volunteers like Al Lewis, trail development would never have happened so quickly and smoothly on the Musquodoboit Trailway. Alan Lewis of Musquodoboit Harbour was with the trail since its beginning planning days. A committed member of the Construction Committee, Alan's friendly and positive, " let's get the job done" attitude was greatly appreciated on the trail this summer.

Al never missed a meeting and was on trail on a daily basis throughout the construction season. Al's red "trooper" became the official Musquodboit Trailways staff vehicle used when we had to take visitors or officials through to view the trail in a condensed time frame. Al's wife Norma who volunteers too says, " Al and I have kind of adopted the Trail."

Even though it is winter now people are still on the trail. Al keeps a regular check on the trail reporting anything unusual to the coordinator and crew. The Musquodboit Trailway Association would like to thank Al and Norma Lewis and the many other community members who volunteer so faithfully on the trail. The Association is looking forward to a new trail season in 2000 and welcomes community members to become involved.

 



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