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Jack D. Minore

Co-Chair

Friends of Flint River Trail

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Friends of Flint River Trail

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Background Information

Employment History

Board Chair

Lapeer Committee


Executive Director

Genesee County


Board Chair, Chair

Governance


Affiliations

Flint River Watershed Coalition

Board Member


Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance

Board Member


Politics Nationwide L.L.C

Member of the 2011 - 2012


Sierra Club

Active Member


Greenways Alliance of Rhode Island

Board Member


Flint

City Councilman of Seventh Ward


Great Lakes Limousine Association

Representative


Library of Michigan

Member of Board of Trustees


Web References(67 Total References)


Board - Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance

michigantrails.org [cached]

Jack Minore?
Jack was a Democratic party member elected to the Michigan State House of Representatives in the late 80s representing the 49th District, located in Genessee County, including the city of Flint. Prior to this, Minore was a city councilman of Flint's 7th Ward, a large area with Mott Community College and the Flint Cultural Center at its heart. He is true public servant. In addition, he is a retired educator, and the founding member of the Friends of Flint River Trail. He has served on the National Democratic Committee, is an active member in the Sierra Club, and has been a board member with Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance since 2006.


Bicycle riding season wheels in as Friends of the Flint River Trail begin Sunday rides through Flint | Flint River Corridor Alliance

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Jack Minore, co-chair of the Friends of Flint River Trail, said last year there were nearly 40 riders every Sunday from all over Genesee County, living in about 25 to 30 different zip codes.
"Michigan has more miles of bike riding trails of any other state in the union," said Minore, a board member of Flint River Watershed Coalition and Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance. Some riders had the opportunity to see deer and fox along the Flint River to Bluebell Beach last year, Minore said. "People don't realize there is a nice, rustic part of the river," he said. Friends of Flint River Trail .JPG Sunday riders gather near Bluebell Beach in Flint during last year's bike ride kickoff event. Questions about rides can be directed to Bruce Nieuwenhuis at bnbaton@gmail.com or Jack Minore at jacksonmin@aol.com.


Flint River Corridor Alliance » admin

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Jack Minore, co-chair of the Friends of Flint River Trail, said last year there were nearly 40 riders every Sunday from all over Genesee County, living in about 25 to 30 different zip codes. “Michigan has more miles of bike riding trails of any other state in the union,� said Minore, a board member of Flint River Watershed Coalition and Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance.
Some riders had the opportunity to see deer and fox along the Flint River to Bluebell Beach last year, Minore said. “People don’t realize there is a nice, rustic part of the river,� he said. Friends of Flint River Trail .JPG Sunday riders gather near Bluebell Beach in Flint during last year's bike ride kickoff event. Questions about rides can be directed to Bruce Nieuwenhuis at bnbaton@gmail.com or Jack Minore at jacksonmin@aol.com. Jack Minore, co-chair of the Friends of Flint River Trail, said last year there were nearly 40 riders every Sunday from all over Genesee County, living in about 25 to 30 different zip codes. “Michigan has more miles of bike riding trails of any other state in the union,� said Minore, a board member of Flint River Watershed Coalition and Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance. Some riders had the opportunity to see deer and fox along the Flint River to Bluebell Beach last year, Minore said. “People don’t realize there is a nice, rustic part of the river,� he said. Friends of Flint River Trail .JPG Sunday riders gather near Bluebell Beach in Flint during last year's bike ride kickoff event. Questions about rides can be directed to Bruce Nieuwenhuis at bnbaton@gmail.com or Jack Minore at jacksonmin@aol.com.


Board of Directors « The Flint River Watershed Coalition

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Jack Minore, Past Board Chair, Board Member, Steering Committee for the Friends of the Flint River Trail Chapter.
Jack has been involved in the FRWC since 2001, with his recent tenure as Board Chair beginning in 2008, ending in 2011. Jack also has served as Interim Executive Director of the FRWC in 2005 and 2006 and was one of the founders of the Friends of the Flint River Trail Chapter. A cyclist, Jack also serves on the board of the Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance. Jack brings a wealth of expertise to the FRWC, having served for six years in the Michigan House and 15 years as a Flint City Councilperson. An educator at heart, Jack taught school for over 30 years, most of it in the Flint School system. He also served for five years as the Executive Director of the Genesee County Bar Association, and has served on a number of local and state-side boards and commissions. Jacksonmin@aol.com


About Us

www.flintriver.org [cached]

Jack Minore , Board Chair, Chair of Governance Committee, member of the Steering Committee of the Friends of the Flint River Trail Chapter.
Term 2009-2010. Jack has been involved in the FRWC since 2001, with his current tenure as Board Chair beginning in 2008. Jack also has served as Interim Executive Director of the FRWC in 2005 and 2006 and was one of the founders of the Friends of the Flint River Trail Chapter. A cyclist, Jack also serves on the board of the Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance. Jack brings a wealth of expertise to the FRWC, having served for six years in the Michigan House and 15 years as a Flint City Councilperson. An educator at heart, Jack taught school for over 30 years, most of it in the Flint School system. He also served for five years as the Executive Director of the Genesee County Bar Association, and has served on a number of local and state-side boards and commissions. Jacksonmin@aol.com


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