Category Archives: Fundraising

Karen’s Trail

Karen McKeachie’s death is speeding work on the B2B Trail Karen’s Trail, a recent Ann Arbor Observer article by Brynn Raupagh, delves into Lew Kidder’s efforts to honor and preserve his wife Karen’s legacy. Lew’s efforts have now meshed with … Continue reading

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Happy Valentine’s Day from HWPI

We wish you and your special someone Valentine’s Day greetings, and we hope you will have a chance to take advantage of this beautiful February day to share some time together, perhaps on one of the existing Border-to-Border trails! The … Continue reading

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Masco Cabinetry – Our Newest Heritage Sponsor

The HWPI Board is very pleased to announce a nationwide business headquartered in Ann Arbor as a Heritage level sponsor. Masco Cabinetry has donated $25,000 in support of the HWPI vision to develop new multi-use pathways connecting our local communities. … Continue reading

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The Karen’s Trail Fund Campaign

On August 29, 2016, Karen McKeachie, a 63-year-old triathlete from Ann Arbor, was killed on Dexter-Chelsea Road doing one of the things she loved: riding her bike. The volunteers of the Huron Waterloo Pathways Initiative, along with the entire community, … Continue reading

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Huron Waterloo Pathways Initiative Year End Appeal

Progress Toward Phase 1 Construction in 2017 It has been an exciting year for everyone involved in the HWPI and B2B trail development effort. We have made substantial progress toward getting Phase 1 (4.7 miles from Werkner Road to North … Continue reading

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