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Photo Caption: Keystone College President David L. Coppola, Ph.D.; Countryside Conservancy Executive Director Bill Kern; Wyoming County Chamber President Gina Suydam; Leslie Cadden from state Representative Karen Boback’s office; PennDOT’s April Hannon; Senator Lisa Baker; Keystone College Environmental Education Institute Director Sharon Burke; Wyoming County Commissioner Judy Mead; Countryside Conservancy’s Trolley Trail Manager Cheryl Ellsworth; and Factoryville Mayor Gary Evans.

About the Ribbon Cutting

Keystone College and Countryside Conservancy celebrated the opening of a 1.5-mile segment of the Trolley Trail during a ribbon cutting ceremony. The Trail, which serves as a community benefit for all of Northeastern Pennsylvania, was funded by a $756,000 grant from PennDOT. The Trolley Trail is a critical piece of Countryside Conservancy’s envisioned 14-mile public hiking and biking trail that follows the abandoned Northern Electric Railroad Line which will ultimately run from Clarks Summit to Lake Winola.