This Land Is Our Land: How We Lost the Right to Roam and How to Take It Back
Author and adventurer Ken Ilgunas will talk about his 1,700-mile hike across the Great Plains and how it inspired him to call for an American "right to roam." Monday, October 29, Rosemont College.
Nominating Committee reports slate of officers for 2018
The nominating is composed of volunteers, only one of which may be on the current executive committee. This years committee members are Bob Liston, Chair, Joanie Schultz, Sue Bickford-Martin, Noelle Schwartz, Sarah Richardsen and Marcia Telthorster.
The slate of candidates they propose must be approved by the membership at the Chapter Annual Meeting, November 3. Alternate candidates may be nominated by contacting the chapter chair prior to the meeting, or at the meeting. This year's slate is:
Chair – Susan Weida*
Vice Chair – Greg Bernet*
Secretary – Midori Wakabayashi*
Treasurer – Joseph Nanfara
Backpacking – Cindy Crosser
Bicycling – Robert Liston
Communication – Eric Pavlak
Conservation – Adrian Noble
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion - Christine Loch
Family Activities – Annette Sheldon
Hiking – John Rogers*
Leadership – Jeff Fritzinger*
Membership – Kathy Kindness*
Paddling – Eric Pavlak
Social – Jeanne Mantell*
Trails – Phil Mulligan
Young Members – Kate Prisby
* indicates new at this position
Priscilla Estes named volunteer of month for conservation promotion, leadership
Priscilla Estes is our Volunteer of the Month for her action in AMC’s effort to promote reauthorization of the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF). She led hikes with a LWCF theme at Edward Forsythe NWR in Oceanville, NJ, and at Ramapo State Forest in northern New Jersey.
Priscilla has been working on a way to introduce more people to the outdoor areas we love for the past two years: she is writing a book on hiking in New Jersey for AMC that includes both the LWCF hikes she led. We anticipate the book will be coming off the presses in early 2019.
Priscilla also shares another talent with AMC members when she leads yoga and hiking weekends at Mohican Outdoor Center. J
Our Volunteer of the Month program was initiated to recognize volunteers nominated by their peers. Chapter members can nominate volunteers by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.The nomination should contain the nominee’s name, reason for the recognition, and name of the nominator. Each nominee name is entered into a random drawing for the Volunteer of the Month recognition. The monthly winners are entered into an annual drawing at the Annual Dinner for a grand prize of a weekend stay at an AMC facility. Nominees must be an AMC member, not a member of the current Executive Committee, and may serve in any volunteer capacity that benefits the Chapter mission in the Delaware Valley area. See the past Volunteers of the Month.
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