The LaGrange County Trails group has received a $25,000 grant from LaGrange County Community Foundation to support its quest to bring trails to more of LaGrange County.
The award comes from the Community Foundation’s Community Impact Grant program at the Community Foundation.
LaGrange County Trails President Jeff Wingstrom said The funds would be used to help the Trails Organization complete the first phase of the Hawpatch Trail, from County Road 75 West to Topeka.
When completed, the Hawpatch bike/pedestrian trail will connect Wolcottville, Topeka and Millersburg.
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