The Darke County Park District would like to thank Greenville National Bank for their continued support of the Tecumseh Trail. Recently representatives from the Darke County Park District and the Friends of Darke County Parks Phoenix Bicycle Committee met with Kent A. James, President & Chief Executive Officer of Greenville National Bank to receive the second year of a four year commitment. These funds will assist in the continued construction of the trail which connects the eastern half of the county to the City of Greenville.
James said, “Greenville National Bank is glad to continue its support of the Tecumseh Trail multi-purpose paved trail construction with this contribution to Phase VI. We look forward to seeing the extension through Greenville. Riders and walkers will be able to go from the western edge of Greenville all the way to Bradford in Miami County on a safe, automobile free, route when Phase VI is complete. The Darke County Park District has provided a valuable asset to our communities and the eventual completion of the trail from western Greenville to Union City, Indiana will be of further benefit. All the individuals who have been involved with this project deserve big congratulations.”
There are signs in place along the Tecumseh Trail thanking major project donors such as Greenville National Bank.
Photo Caption: Pictured left to right are: Wayne Fisher, President of the Friends’ Phoenix Bicycle Committee; Kent A. James, President & Chief Executive Officer of Greenville National Bank; and Roger Van Frank, Director of the Darke County Park District.