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Thursday, December 10, 2009
By Sandy Meindersma BANNER CORRESPONDENT
February, 2009 (From Telegram and Gazette article, Feb. 2)
Worcester Telegram & Gazette, Feb. 2, 2009 -- The state Department of Conservation and Recreation will contribute half the cost of a $136,000 bridge project along a stretch of the Mass Central Rail Trail off Route 122, one of 21 projects across the state to which the agency has pledged assistance.
A story of the rail trail The Banner, West Boylston, MA, Dec. 4, 2008 -- Wachusett Greenways “StoryWalk” project has moved from the Rail Trail in West Boylston to Sterling for the month of December, but not before it was deemed a rousing success by its sponsors.
Region's volunteers keep winter recreation options open, including the rail trail.
The current issue of Worcester Living includes an article on cycling – “Get Rolling on a Bike.” The rail trail is mentioned on page 20-21 in the section “Ride where you live.” Nice work, whoever made the contact with the reporter, Lynne Tolman!
Worcester Living, May/June 2009 – When the market is down, it’s time to invest in yourself. No one can take away the physical and mental dividends of health and fitness. But making time for fresh air and exercise has to be fun, not just another chore on a jam-packed to-do list. Luckily, it only takes two things to turn the “get active” prescription into a playful pleasure: two wheels. (Read more)