Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Recognizes Williamsburg Volunteer

Morrisons Cove Herald – Photo provided by Greg Wiliams

Each year, Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful, a statewide nonprofit whose vision is a clean and beautiful Pennsylvania, provides an opportunity for their affiliates to recognize the outstanding efforts of local volunteers for their dedication, commitment and exceptional contributions to keeping Pennsylvania beautiful.

Greg Williams of Williamsburg was recently named an outstanding 2019 volunteer.

Williams joined the Keep Huntingdon County Beautiful (KHCB) community in 2016 and has since made a lasting impression. Williams is an outdoor enthusiast, with a gift for beautifying and restoring native landscapes and has been heavily involved with KHCB’s annual efforts to improve Detwiler Memorial Park & Nature Trail along Standing Stone Creek in Huntingdon. Williams has contributed to these efforts by planting trees, removing invasives, collecting live stakes, and providing general maintenance to the nature trail.

In addition, Williams is active in restoring the Lower Trail, a 17-mile Rails to Trail path that parallels the Frankstown Branch of the Juniata River from Alexandria in Huntingdon County to Canoe Creek State Park in Blair County as well as with beautifying Walnut Springs Park, a community park located in State College.

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