Ollie Hill, a member of the Over the Hill Gang, was awarded the 2021 Community Partner of the Year Award by the Mon Valley Initiative. The Downtown West Newton, Inc. nominated Ollie for his volunteer work with several organizations in West Newton.
WYTC President Keith Frid along with volunteers from Kenny Ross Subaru in Irwin clean up along a drainage ditch near West Newton on Saturday. Kenny Ross Subaru, Irwin, is a Gold Sponsor of the WYTC.
Thanks Kenny Ross Subaru of Irwin!!
Call 724-872-5586 to learn more about becoming a sponsor!
Some area trail chapters may have more populated and affluent communities to help them, but I will take our dedicated trail members and fantastic corporate sponsors any day of the week. This is especially true on November 7, 2020 when employees from Subaru and Kenny Ross Subaru met at Smithton and walked to Cedar Creek Park to clean our trail.
With Ben Roshey (son of Dan Roshey) in charge, the group helped to clean and improve our trail, making it one of the very best in the Pittsburgh area. Kenny Ross Subaru is one of our newest Gold Corporate Sponsors who is helping us financially and through the contributions of their employees, who do not mind getting their hands dirty.
As the owner of a Subaru, I and other Subaru owners on the Board encourage anyone looking for a new vehicle to see what our sponsor has to offer. Thanks again for all your help!
Keith Frid, President, WYTC
Howard Boughter - Service Manager, Kenny Ross Subaru
Bryan Hastings - Express Advisor, Kenny Ross Subaru
Serena Martinez - Service Advisor, Kenny Ross Subaru
Jim Hoffman - District Parts and Service Manager, Subaru
Jacob Flagg - District Sales Manager, Subaru
Chris Schultz - Field Service Engineer, Subaru
Kneeling - Dan Roshey - Technician, Kenny Ross Subaru
Ben Roshey - Trail Cleanup Supervisor
The charms are Zinc die-cast with the silver color finish and all the hardware is 304 stainless steel, which includes the clip . Less likely to stain when wet! $15 each.
Read about old abandoned railroad lines that have been converted into recreational trails from East to West. Look for No. 9- our Great Allegheny Passage, 150 miles,from Cumberland, Maryland to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. By Cindy Barks. 2020.11.17