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The First Zion Baptist Church building stands as a monument to the thriving African American community that once populated our towns.   In 2016, the Harpers Ferry – Bolivar Historic ...
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Cedar Hill Cemetery Initiative
Cedar Hill Cemetery serves as the final resting place of former slaves, military veterans, and Storer College teachers and students. Its history reaches back to 1869 when the Colored Methodist ...
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Potomac Street
The Potomac Street corridor of Harpers Ferry’s business district once suffered from limited parking, unsightly power lines, storm water overflow and open dumpsters. The Foundation secured grants and raised additional ...
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Renew Harpers Ferry Fire Relief Fund
On July 23, 2015, fire destroyed nine businesses and two residences in the historic commercial district of Harpers Ferry.
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Pine Grove Cemetery
Pine Grove Cemetery is an almost unknown six-acre burial ground dating to 1850, when citizens of Harpers Ferry petitioned the War Department for the land. Through the years it may ...
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Flip Flop Festival
The Flip Flop Festival is an April celebration of the outdoors in the Harpers Ferry/Bolivar region and a send-off of long-distance hikers on the Appalachian Trail.
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Workdays

Workdays

Trail and Town Alliance sponsors workdays on local trails and other community projects.
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Hikes

Hikes

Trail and Town organizes or promotes other groups' hikes in the Harpers Ferry/Bolivar area.
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Community Events
Trail and Town organizes and cooperates on trail- and park-related projects and events.
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Infrastructure Projects
Trail and Town advocates for infrastructure that is friendlier for hikers and bicyclists.
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