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Ice Age Alliance Waushara County Chapter attends IATA

The Age Trail Alliance (IATA) hosted its Annual Conference and Membership Meeting at Ho-Chunk Convention Center, Baraboo, to celebrate the hikers, volunteers, members, and donors, for making the Ice Age National Scenic Trail the treasure that it is. The weekend closed with the highly anticipated Awards Banquet & Celebration, and the Waushara County Chapter was recognized. The National Park Service’s Volunteer of Service Awards recognized Lyle Buettner for 100 hours and Randy Lennartz, received a framed certificate, signed by the President, for reaching 4,000 hours. The IATA’s Mammoth Achievement Awards recognized Cheryl Flyte and Randy Lennartz for 20 years of service, and Amy Holzwart and Randy Lennartz both received an In the Mud award, which is given to IATA member volunteers who display dedication to the mission, goals of the IATA, and a willingness to roll up their sleeves on behalf of the Ice Age Trail. Pictured are Board Members Lyle Buettner of Mt. Morris and Randy Lennartz of Wautoma, Trail Maintenance Coordinator.