Local Conservation Offers Snowshoeing

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FREDERICKSBURG- Snowshoeing was once a necessity for transportation from point A to point B.  Today, however, it is a popular recreational activity for many people.

Matt Crayne with the Chickasaw County Conservation Board says they have held snowshoeing activities for many years.

Another hike is scheduled for tomorrow, Saturday, December 28 at 1pm at Split Rock Park.  Crayne says the hike is great for anyone who has never tried it before.

The hike should take about one hour.  Crayne reminds people to dress in layers and wear snow boots.  In order to have the correct size snow shoes on hand, registration is required and can be completed by calling the Nature Center at 641-394-4714.

Angela Barton

Angela is an Indiana native. She graduated from Ball State University with a BA in Telecommunications (Broadcast News Emphasis). Since she was young, Angela has always enjoyed radio. In college, she had a weekly shift at Ball State's radio station WCRD where she compiled campus news. Most of her college friends wanted to become television news anchors, but Angela knew she would enjoy radio best. She lives in Charles City with her husband...who is also a reporter.

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