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Funding adds new branches to trail system

 

July 23, 2019

Steve Newman/Daily Globe

OFFICIALS SHOWED a check from the Michigan State Housing Development Authority that was instrumental in funding the new Curry Neighborhood Trail. Pictured, from left, are Candy Pogliano, executive director of Gogebic Range Health Foundation, which led the effort; Tracey Barnes, housing specialist for MSHDA; Tonya Young, neighborhood enhancement team manager for MSHDA; John Garske, chairman of GRHF; Andrea Newby, program director for GRHF and Rick Semo, Ironwood City Council.

By STEVE NEWMAN

news@yourdailyglobe.com

IRONWOOD - Monday morning, officials gathered to celebrate the building of a new branch on Ironwood's trail system. The new branch, which has been dubbed the "Curry Neighborhood Trail," begins by the Little League baseball field and meets the trail system by Miners Memorial Park. The trail was sponsored by Gogebic Range Health Foundation and funded by a combination of the Michigan State Housing Development Authority, GRHF and a contribution from the city of Ironwood. A separate new branch of the trail, called the Curry Mine Trail, is a "rustic," or u...



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