2019 Meeting

KHTA Annual Meetings

    7th Annual Meeting March 16, Ken Hale, “Morgan County’s Trail Czar” 

   Training Center, MMSF, Martinsville

    11 am  Meeting        12 am  Lunch        1 pm  Speaker


  In his years as Planning Director for Morgan County, Kenny Hale established a great working relationship with the different agencies at the town, city, county, state and federal level.  A landmark from his years on the job is Waverly Park.  After the 2008 flood, he collected condemned flooded acres along the White River and grant funding to create a much-needed local park.  Dedicated in 2016, it aims to restore the functions of the floodplain, protect the remaining historic resources, and create abiding features that will remind us of what has come to pass on the site.  Waverly Park in Morgan County educates us about our built and natural worlds and is a place for the community to connect to the environments of the past, present, and future.  Ken was elected a Morgan Community Commissioner in 2018; we can hope he will become an even more effective supporter of park and trail interests in the future.

Kenny Hale will speak at the Annual Meeting.  He plans to attend all day and will have plenty of time for questions and informal discussion.

2014 Meeting

MARCH 15, 2014

Main Hall: 6371 Bear Creek Rd.
(just north of Trevlac off SR 45)

(Open to members and the general public)

1:00 Optional 1 & 2-hour hikes: easy, to the Tecumseh Trail and Fox Den trail shelter.
3:00 Program: First Year’s Achievements and Serious Business: Vote on important new KHTA initiatives!
3:30 Speaker: Jerry Pagac, originator of the Knobstone Trail, working through the 1970s. After a distinguished career spent managing state parks and forests in both Indiana & Illinois, Jerry will return to tell us how he did it.
5:30 Pitch-in Dinner: Main dishes and all table service provided. Please bring side dish, drink, or small dessert. Last minute decision? Just show up!

For more information or directions, or to volunteer help with the meeting,
call 765/349-0204 or email: KobstoneHikingTrailAssociation@gmail.com