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Franklin group recognizes new A.T. supporter

Franklin Appalachian Trail Community Council members held their January meeting at Highlands Aerial Park, a supporter of the organization. Eric Haggart photo Franklin Appalachian Trail Community Council members held their January meeting at Highlands Aerial Park, a supporter of the organization. Eric Haggart photo

Highlands Aerial Park in Scaly Mountain is a new A.T. Supporter with the Franklin Appalachian Trail Community Council. 

The Council held its January meeting at the park. Meetings are typically held downstairs in Franklin Town Hall, with the next one scheduled for 5 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7. Meetings are open to anybody interested in supporting the A.T., Franklin’s outdoor community and each other. 

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