Tuolumne Trails Receives Irving J. Symons Award
Groveland, CA — The Sonora Area Foundation has honored Tuolumne Trails as the recipient of the 2018 Irving J. Symons Award.
SAF Board members Dana Mayo and Bob Ozbirn presented a $40,000 check to Jerry Baker, founder and chairman of the organization. SAF annually bestows an organization that has a major impact on the community with the Irving J. Symons Award.
Baker says, “We at Tuolumne Trails thank the Sonora Area Foundation for their generous and kind donation. This donation will have a significant and dramatic impact on our mission to provide a unique camp experience to special-needs children and adults, veterans, environmental education and myriad organizations. Specifically, we look forward to expanding our scope to include more residents throughout Tuolumne County.”
Tuolumne Trails, is a camp primarily for individuals with special medical needs. It is situated along 80 acres outside of Groveland.