The Jackson Pathfinders is a volunteer trail preservation group sponsored by the Township of Jackson, New Jersey. The Pathfinders establish and maintain trails in Jackson for walking, hiking, jogging, bicycling, and other recreational uses. Hikes and trail work days are scheduled periodically throughout the year and announced on our Facebook page, through our email list, and in local newspapers.
The Jackson Pathfinders was started in the spring of 1999 by Ellen Repasy, who organized a group of area residents concerned about the increasing development in Jackson. Thanks to the efforts of Ellen and Jackson Township’s former Deputy Mayor Vicki Rickabaugh, the Pathfinders was recognized as a township organization and given an operating budget.
The Pathfinders meet monthly as a small group and encourage the public to attend a meeting to see what we’re about. We always welcome new faces, especially those having the same interests in preserving the environment and beautifying it for the community to enjoy.
The following have been appointed to their positions by the Jackson Township Council for the current year. All positions are strictly volunteer in nature.
Funding for projects comes from grants, the township budget and individual donations.
The term of officers is from January through December of the calendar year.
|Vice Chairperson||Karen Walzer|
|Recording Secretary||Patricia Stevens|
|Michael Baum||William Dudley, Jr.|
|Shari Kondrup||Manny Lindenbaum|
|April Lippert||Paul Lippert|
|Daniel Green||Tony Santa Maria|
|Laura Stone||Xuilan Zhao|
- Mailing Address
95 West Veterans Highway
Jackson, NJ 08527
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