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TACF Indiana Chapter President honored with Volunteer Service Award

The American Chestnut Foundation (TACF) Indiana Chapter President Glenn Kotnik, M.D. was honored with the American Chestnut Foundation’s Volunteer Service Award at the 2022 American Chestnut Symposium in Asheville, NC on Friday, Sept. 30.

TCAF said: “Glenn has been filling every type of job within the Indiana Chapter to help keep it going and functioning. He is a great go-to in the presidency of the Indiana Chapter, and can always be counted on when asked to round up folks to help with various projects around the state. He is not afraid to traverse the state from east-to-west or north-to-south when working on chestnuts. From the Roselawn site in NW Indiana to the Hoosier National Forest in the south, you can find Glenn any virtually every Indiana Chapter event! TACF appreciates all the effort Glenn has put forth in helping to shepherd the Chapter forward.”

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