Paddling Through History 2012
An event to benefit the Coosa River Basin Initiative and the Etowah River Water Trail Project: Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012.
Valley View Tour & Paddle Trip: 1:30- 5:30 p.m.
Dinner at 6:00 p.m.
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This special event takes in one of the most significant antebellum historic sites in the Etowah River Valley--Valley View plantation, a home that predates the Civil War and was occupied by Union troops during the war. A tour of the home will be followed with a six mile paddle down the Etowah where participants will view centuries-old Native American fish dams. A catered dinner at Valley View will wrap up the evening along with a kayak raffle and live auction.
$75 per person or $130 per couple (includes raffle ticket to win new recreational kayak, canoe and kayak rentals for paddle trip, dinner, beer, wine and beverages, a tour of historic Valley View plantation and a year’s membership in CRBI). Only 75 tickets are available. Reserve your tickets now before they're all gone!
Rock dams built by Native Americans, Graffiti left by occupying Union soldiers at Valley View, Riverside springs bubbling forth cold pure water…see it all on this afternoon of exploration to support the Coosa River Basin Initiative as we work to improve public access to the Etowah.
Becky Champion, David & Lisa Lee, Chad Johnfroe, Joanne Smith, Ron Thomas, Bob & Mary Norton, Joe Cook, Jeremy Brown, Greg Bates, Barry & Jacquelyn Wright, Johnny & Jill Mitchell