Conservation District celebrates new education building

| 28 Sep 2011 | 03:06

At a ribbon cutting ceremony held December 19th the Pike County Conservation District celebrated the new Conservation District Education Building, which adjoins the Blooming Grove School located on Route 402. The original Education Building was severely damaged by a large tree in July of 2003. In a cooperative effort by the County Commissioners, the Conservation District and the Blooming Grove Hunting and Fishing Club the new Education Building was constructed in summer/fall 2005. The Blooming Grove School Facility houses the Conservation District as well as the Pike County Office of Community Planning. Pictured above in front: Blooming Grove Township Supervisor Vincent Accordino, District Director Scott Savini, District Chairman Roy Borgfeld, District Manager Susan Beecher and Commissioner Richard Caridi. Second Row: from Representative Birmelin’s office Dave Adolfson, Planner Mike Mrozinski, Blooming Grove Hunting and Fishing Club President Nick Niles, District Director Bob Engvaldsen, Planner Jeannette McBryan, District Director Pete Helms, District Associate Director Frederica Leighton and District Associate Director Ken Ersbak.(Contributed photo)