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Kerk-Murdock group moving ahead on trail between the communities

By Reed Anfinson
With the extraordinary patience and persistence required, the KMS Trailblazers group from the Kerkhoven and Murdock areas area gradually are pushing forward their dream of a trail between the communities.
For three years now they have gradually moved the project step by step closer to reality.
At the Swift County Board of Commissioners meeting last Tuesday, April 20, Dave Barrett gave an update on the progress of the effort. Barrett along with Alison Nelson, Terri Barrett, Pam Nelson, Naomi Lindquist, Bev Henjum, Janet Demuth, Jan Otto, Riley Bergstaller, and Shelly Lottman make up the group spear-heading the effort.
“This trail idea came up after a Blandin Community Leadership program approximately three years ago,” Barrett told commissioners. The program involves seven days of training and a retreat where community leaders come together to learn how to be more effective in moving their communities forward....
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