Floating down the river recharges me

Shanna Kenny

“I care because I’m proud of where I live.

Spending an afternoon observing bald eagles, hiking in the woods, or floating down the river recharges me. I want to be able to continue sharing these experiences with people that don’t realize the beauty of this area.”

Shanna Kenny
Volunteer

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