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A small group participated Saturday in a hike at Shelby Trails Park in Todds Point, led by the Clear Creek Trailblazers, a volunteer group that works with Shelby County Parks and Recreation. The group chose to take the park’s longest trail, the 4-mile Diane’s Trail that circles the perimeter of the park and is named after Diane Shott, who, along with her husband, Roger, donated their farm for this equestrian park, which opened in 2010. Click the question mark below to see where your account ID appears on your mailing label.
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