The National Park Service has recognized Sharon Stewart and Friends of Sacajawea State Park with an award honoring their work in support of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. The 284-acre park is at the confluence of the Snake and Columbia rivers in Pasco and is named for the Shoshone guide who aided the Lewis & Clark Expedition.
The National Park Service has recognized Sharon Stewart and Friends of Sacajawea State Park with an award honoring their work in support of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. The 284-acre park is at the confluence of the Snake and Columbia rivers in Pasco and is named for the Shoshone guide who aided the Lewis & Clark Expedition. Tri-City Herald file
The National Park Service has recognized Sharon Stewart and Friends of Sacajawea State Park with an award honoring their work in support of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. The 284-acre park is at the confluence of the Snake and Columbia rivers in Pasco and is named for the Shoshone guide who aided the Lewis & Clark Expedition. Tri-City Herald file

National Park Service honors Friends of Sacajawea Park

June 16, 2016 4:26 PM