N.J. bike trail to be named after Autumn Pasquale

    A bike path running though Clayton, New Jersey will be dedicated to Autumn Pasquale at an unveiling ceremony planned for next spring.

     

     

    According to NBC10, work on the current bike path to extend through Pasquale’s hometown has already been approved. The three-mile stretch of trail will begin at Scotland Run Park in Clayton and run from Fries Mill Road to Academy Street, up Garwood, past the High School and out to Delsea Drive.

    “Autumn Pasquale loved her bike and as a celebration of her life, I spoke with my colleagues on the Freeholder Board and we felt it fitting to name the county bike trail that runs through her town in her honor,” said Gloucester County Freeholder Director Robert Damminger. “Nothing any of us can do can bring her back, but we can all keep her memory alive by honoring what she loved doing.”

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