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A ribbon cutting for three new sections of the Pumpkinvine Nature Trail in Middlebury was held Wednesday near the American Legion at Main Street and York Drive. From left are, Mark Salee, Middlebury town manager, John Yoder, president of the Friends of the Pumpkinvine, Dan Frederick, Middlebury park commissioner, Mary Lou Heign, friend of the trail, Jeff Burbrink, Elkhart County park board president and Bob Carrico, Friends of the Pumpkinvine board member cut the ribbon.

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