Local business owner takes her Dutch oven to the trailhead to thank AmeriCorps workers

When Sheridan restaurant owner Janet Marsh heard there were six AmeriCorps members camping outside of town while restoring a Forest Service trail, she came up with the idea to treat them to a true campfire cookout, complete with moose swiss steaks from a Dutch oven, campfire mashed potatoes, beans, greens from Jackson’s Garden and buttermilk pie.

“It was good fun, it really was,” Marsh said. “I always love being around kids who volunteer for a year of service, they are interesting young people.”

Read about the work being done on the trail here: http://digital.madisoniannews.com/sub/account_login.asp

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