New trail section dedicated


Taking part in the dedication ceremony for a new section of the Canal Feeder Trail at its intersection with Vandemark Road just south of Vandemark Farm are, left to right, Sidney Mayor Mike Barhorst, Shelby County Commissioner Tony Bornhorst, Miami and Erie Canal Corridor Association board member Neal Brady and Sidney Parks Director Duane Gaier. The new section of paved trail is just over a mile long. The dedication was held Friday, June 2 which is National Trails Day. The speakers talked about how the trail improves the quality of life for the community and is a selling point for people looking to move into the Sidney area. A Wilson Health representative was at the event promoting the new Wilson Healthy Youth Clinic for kids with a high BMI. The clinic addresses nutritional, medical and physical needs. Kids set goals and check in with Wilson Health every month to see how well they are meeting those goals.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Taking part in the dedication ceremony for a new section of the Canal Feeder Trail at its intersection with Vandemark Road just south of Vandemark Farm are, left to right, Sidney Mayor Mike Barhorst, Shelby County Commissioner Tony Bornhorst, Miami and Erie Canal Corridor Association board member Neal Brady and Sidney Parks Director Duane Gaier. The new section of paved trail is just over a mile long. The dedication was held Friday, June 2 which is National Trails Day. The speakers talked about how the trail improves the quality of life for the community and is a selling point for people looking to move into the Sidney area. A Wilson Health representative was at the event promoting the new Wilson Healthy Youth Clinic for kids with a high BMI. The clinic addresses nutritional, medical and physical needs. Kids set goals and check in with Wilson Health every month to see how well they are meeting those goals.

Taking part in the dedication ceremony for a new section of the Canal Feeder Trail at its intersection with Vandemark Road just south of Vandemark Farm are, left to right, Sidney Mayor Mike Barhorst, Shelby County Commissioner Tony Bornhorst, Miami and Erie Canal Corridor Association board member Neal Brady and Sidney Parks Director Duane Gaier. The new section of paved trail is just over a mile long. The dedication was held Friday, June 2 which is National Trails Day. The speakers talked about how the trail improves the quality of life for the community and is a selling point for people looking to move into the Sidney area. A Wilson Health representative was at the event promoting the new Wilson Healthy Youth Clinic for kids with a high BMI. The clinic addresses nutritional, medical and physical needs. Kids set goals and check in with Wilson Health every month to see how well they are meeting those goals.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/06/web1_SDN060717NewTrail.jpgTaking part in the dedication ceremony for a new section of the Canal Feeder Trail at its intersection with Vandemark Road just south of Vandemark Farm are, left to right, Sidney Mayor Mike Barhorst, Shelby County Commissioner Tony Bornhorst, Miami and Erie Canal Corridor Association board member Neal Brady and Sidney Parks Director Duane Gaier. The new section of paved trail is just over a mile long. The dedication was held Friday, June 2 which is National Trails Day. The speakers talked about how the trail improves the quality of life for the community and is a selling point for people looking to move into the Sidney area. A Wilson Health representative was at the event promoting the new Wilson Healthy Youth Clinic for kids with a high BMI. The clinic addresses nutritional, medical and physical needs. Kids set goals and check in with Wilson Health every month to see how well they are meeting those goals. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News