Friends of Cumberland Gap National Historical Park on Center Stage
Special to The Mountain Advocate
As the first hints of autumn – the orange red of the sumac leaves, the appearance of Orion in the night sky and sweet, cool morning breezes – take to the stage, Cumberland Gap National Historical Park Superintendent Sula Jacobs and the park team welcome new and returning visitors from near and far and park neighbors who are immersing themselves in the splendor. Jacobs shares that this welcome includes a “Meet and Greet” scheduled for October 2nd at the park visitor center from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jacobs also explains that the Friends of Cumberland Gap National Historical Park (NHP) will “take to the center stage” during the October 2nd get- together and showcase its support for park programs and activities and its future plans.
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