Saint Joseph Mercy Health System Presents $250,000 Check to HWPI
Saint Joseph Mercy Health System Chief Mission Officer Michael Miller and Saint Joseph Mercy Chelsea Hospital President and CEO Nancy Graebner presented a check for $250,000 to HWPI Chair Jeff Hardcastle, with Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation Commission officials and other distinguished guests in attendance.
You can read the SJMHS press release here.
Please click on the pictures of the presentation and the reception that followed, and learn about some of the many people who are helping to support the Huron Waterloo Pathways Initiative.
Saint Joseph Mercy Health System Chief Mission Officer Michael Miller and Saint Joseph Mercy Chelsea Hospital President and CEO Nancy Graebner present a $250,000 check to the Huron Waterloo Pathways Initiative
The ultimate goal of the Huron Waterloo Pathways Initiative is the completion of The Loop. As shown in the poster, The Loop will be 44 miles of contiguous non-motorized pathway connecting several local communities with Border to Border Trail segments, Lakelands Trail State Park segments, and Huron Waterloo Pathways segments.
City of Chelsea Council Member Melissa Johnson made the City Offices available for a reception of Huron Waterloo Pathway supporters and guests.
The Loop, 44 miles of contiguous non-motorized pathways, will be within an hours drive of over half the population of the State of Michigan.
The concept of The Loop came about during discussions with Paul Yauk (right), DNR State Trails Coordinator, earlier in 2015
Through the collaboration of private groups and state and local officials, Michigan has become known for its multitude of non-motorized pathways.