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[[image]] 1979 - A Great Beginning

A new year is upon us and there are a lot of new and exciting happenings at Brukner Nature Center: 

-- The Troy foundation has approved a grant to pave the entire parking lot sometime in late spring.

-- A new and very different trail map is now available.  Each trail has a descriptive name and information on length, terrain, and other interesting features.

-- When you enter the front door of the Interpretive Building, you'll notice our new Visitor Information Center.  During the weekends, someone will be on duty to assist our members and visitors with information and brochures.

-- The latest new comes from the Ohio Historic Preservation Office who has increased our grant for restoration of the Idding Log House by $ 1,477.00.

- You may have noticed in the December issue of the Grey Fox Gazette our new format which will set aside the four middle pages to keep you up-to-date on events and special interest groups at the Center.

With all of the above happening, you may wonder what's in store for the new year!  For the answer to this and other interesting items, be sure to read upcoming issues of the Grey Fox Gazette.  Or better yet, come out to the Center and be an important part of an exciting adventure in our national world.

[[underline]] Information Please!! [[/underline]]

Brukner Nature Center is interested in searching out people who have lived in the Idding's log house.  These can be either people who owned the house or people who rented it.

The purpose of this search is to gather information of various sorts so that a history of the house's residents can be written.

Of particular interest are unusual, humorous or colorful anecdotes but all information will be eagerly received.

Please send all information, or leads to possible information to Joan Heidelberg, Brukner Nature Center, 1995 Horsehore Bend Road, Troy, Ohio 14373