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1st Anniversary Celebration - September 27, 2003

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Free Bicycle (Donated by Trek, Port/Grafton Ski & Cyclery and Wheel & Sprocket)

Bicycle Helmets (Donated by Columbia St. Mary's)

Certificate of Appreciation
Filling out Survey to win a free bike

Bikes on rack
Richard Schwinn (President of the Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin), Marjorie Ward (Executive Director of the Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin) and John Ward (Ozaukee Interurban Trail Advisory Council) at the Trail Anniversary Celebration.

Boy Scout Eric Schleicker receives a Certificate of Appreciation from Andrew Struck, Chair of the Ozaukee Interurban Advisory Council, for completing an Eagle service project on the Ozaukee Interurban Trail
Boy Scout Daniel Brownfield receives a Certificate of Appreciation from Andrew Struck, Chair of the Ozaukee Interurban Advisory Council, for completing an Eagle service project on the Ozaukee Interurban Trail

Boy Scout Richard Schadt receives a Certificate of Appreciation from Andrew Struck, Chair of the Ozaukee Interurban Advisory Council, for completing an Eagle service project on the Ozaukee Interurban Trail. A sample of the benches that Richard constructed is also pictured.
County Board Supervisor Chris Kegel with Terry & Jan Mooney and Andrew Struck
Officer Schleg from the City of Port Washington
Bill Pence, owner of Port/Grafton Ski & Cyclery, and Officer Schleg ,City of Port Washington Bicycle Patrol
Picture of display tables

Bill Knight, Ozaukee County Parks Commissioner, Randy Tetzlaff, Port Washington Planning & Development Director

Participants look at aerial photos of the proposed bike/pedestrian bridges over the I-43 system

Jan Mooney & Helen Ward accept Trail surveys for a chance to win a free bicycle
Display of the proposed bike/pedestrian bridges over the I-43 system
Tandem bicyclists
Terry Mooney & Kit Keller pose for a picture

Volunteers celebrate the successful event!

Richard Schadt's Eagle Project
Bill Pence, owner of Port/Grafton Ski & Cyclery, spins the drum for the drawing of for a free Trek Bicycle
And the winner is… Roland Chaloupka!!!