Greenways honors Cranberry graduate, Titusville business

Leah Carter presents Kim Dickson and Mason Gustafson, of Titusville Iron Works, with the Neighbor of the Year Award.

Jordan Anderson, a recent graduate of Cranberry Area High School, and Titusville Iron Works received this year’s Greenways Awards. Anderson, 18, earned the “James E. Holden Greenways Volunteer of the Year Award” for her Girl Scout Gold Award project, which involved installing trail signs and providing emergency locator manuals for the Allegheny River Trail. Titusville Iron Works was honored with the “Richard M. Garrard Greenways Neighbor of the Year Award” for its support of local outdoor recreational events and trail functions. Ernst Conservation Seeds received the “Thomas J. Allen Greenways Partner of the Year Award” for its collaboration with the French Creek Recreational Trails. The awards were presented in a ceremony sponsored by Titusville Community Development Agencies, and nominations for the 2025 Greenways Awards are now open.


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