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This Saturday, Gilmore Elementary School in Jackson County will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new nature and fitness trail.

The trail provides students in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade the ability to explore and learn about conservation.

Several area organizations partnered together to make this possible, including:

  • Comet Cardinals
  • 4-H Club
  • Dominion
  • Gilmore Elementary PTO
  • Jackson County Board of Education
  • Jackson County/Parkersburg Area Community Foundation
  • Little Kanawha RC&D
  • Sisters of St. Joseph's Charitable Fund
  • U.S. Forest Service - Northeastern Area State and Private Forestry
  • USDA - Natural Resources Conservation Service
  • West Virginia Conservation Agency
  • West Virginia Forestry Association
  • Western Conservation District