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Subcommittee on National Parks Oversight Field Hearing on The Bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark Expedition and the Potential Extension of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail
Wednesday, October 4, 2006 10:00 AM

Clarksville, Indiana


SUBCOMMITTEE ON NATIONAL PARKS
2000 Broadway Street
Clarksville, Indiana
October 4, 2006

Oversight Field Hearing on:
The Bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark Expedition and the Potential Extension of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail

Panel I:

The Honorable Paul Kraft
President
Clarksville Indiana Town Council

Mr. Dan Bortner
Director
Indiana State Parks and Reservoirs
Indiana Department of Natural Resources

Mr. Alan Hutchings
Associate Regional Director for Planning, Communications, and Legislation
Midwest Regional Office
National Park Service

Panel II:

Ms. Jeanne Burke
Clark County Historian
Indiana Historical Society

Ms. Jane Sarles
President of the Clarksville Historical Society

Mr. Steve Knowles
Property Manager
Falls of Ohio State Park

Mr. Jim Keith
Chairman of the Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Commission

Ms. Phyllis Yeager
Member
Lewis & Clark Bicentennial National Committee
and the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail Foundation Committee 

Ms. Dani Cummins
President
Ohio Lewis & Clark Foundation

For The Record:

The Honorable Robert L. Waiz, Jr.
Mayor
Jerffersonville, Indiana

Ms. Wendy Raney
Director of Field Operations
Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation, Inc.

Ms. Amy Vaughan
Director
Indiana Office of Tourism Development

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