Wed. Oct. 24th Patricia “Trixie” Anderson with the Corona Parks Foundation, came and spoke to our club. Trixie wants everyone to think about the Cleveland National Forest when they hear about Corona. The city of Corona shares a 12 mile border with the CNF. The Corona Parks Foundation is a group of volunteers that meet once a month and has a board of directors. Trixie is the Vice President and Treasurer of the Foundation. The mission statement of the group, is to enhance the quality of life in the City of Corona by promoting and providing parks and recreation programs for citizens of all ages which strengthen and unite the community. Trixie shared with us the various trails in the city, with Skyline Drive being the most popular and prominent of them all. Skyline Drive trail was founded on May 4th 1927. On June 10th 2017, a group of local hikers and historians met on the trail to recreate the original photograph taken in 1927. We thank Trixie for coming to CCR to talk about all the great hiking and biking trails that are in our wonderful city.
To find out more about Circle City Rotary Club guest speakers, please visit our website at www.circlecitycorona.org.