2015 Louisville Brackets for Good

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Brackets-For-Good-LOGO

Competition has begun! The first round is underway and we are competing fiercely!

Round One ends at 07:59:59 this Friday, March 6.  If you have not already done so, please click HERE to donate.

Every March, Brackets For Good hosts single-elimination, competitive fundraising tournaments for nonprofit organizations to participate in at no cost.

The incentive… a chance to win $10,000.

This event is bracketed and “played” in the same format as the annual NCAA Tournament with the winner of each bracket advancing to the next level.

Click here for more information about Brackets for Good and join us in thanking
Presenting Sponsor: Bingham Greenebaum Doll, LLP and
our Bracket Sponsor: America’s Window!

 

Ohio River Greenway Master Plan Refresh: Greenway 2040 

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Greenway 2040 is an effort to refresh The Ohio River Greenway Master Plan, sponsored by the Ogle Foundation.

The “refreshed” master plan will identify opportunities to provide a linear park that will preserve and enhance the aesthetic character of the Greenway and the surrounding areas, while encouraging additional use of the facilities.

For more information or to engage, go to:  WWW.GREENWAY 2040.ORG.

Cary Stemle, Secretary for the Friends of the Ohio River Greenway, states in his recent blog: “These recent developments around the Ohio River Greenway are exciting. And the involvement of 21st Century Parks seems especially significant because it acknowledges the interconnectedness of Louisville and Southern Indiana.”

To read Cary’s complete blog, go to: http://www.bizjournals.com/louisville/blog/2015/02/could-a-walking-trail-be-the-future-of-regionalism.html

For more information about this exciting process, follow this link: Master Plan Refresh Article

Economic Impact of the Ohio River Greenway Project

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 Visitor Spending

This report provides an examination and evaluation of the current economic impact of the Ohio River Greenway Project in Clarksville, Jeffersonville, and New Albany, Indiana.

Information was gathered through intercept surveys administered by students from Indiana University Southeast to individuals using the Ohio Valley Greenway between April 5 and April 13, 2014.

**Click here to view entire report**