Published Apr 3, 2014
Our friends with the Duncannon Appalachian Trail Community will hold their next Advisory Committee meeting on April 9th, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. in the Duncannon Municipal Building located at 428 N. High Street.
That's a new location that will most likely be the location of all future DATC Committee meetings.
THERE WILL BE FREE PIZZA AND SODA! Send in your RSVP to help us determine how much pizza we should buy. Special thanks to everyone who chipped in to help pay for this month's pizza!
Contact DATC@DuncannonATC.org if you or your group would like to contribute to the DATC Meeting Pizza Fund.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME! Anyone who would like to be involved with the DATC, offer guidance or influence its policies is welcome to attend our meetings. You might find a volunteer opportunity that suits you in any number of fields such as: planning our next 2014 DATC Festival, fundraising, supporting the Duncannon Outdoors Club, learning about Appalachian Trail maintenance and inspiring people to enjoy outdoor activities in the Duncannon area.
The festival location on High Street has been approved by the Duncannon Recreation Board but permission is still required from the Duncannon Borough Council at the next borough council meeting on Tuesday, April 15th.
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