Janeen Wood, Executive Trustee at Central Otago Queenstown Trail Network Trust
Janeen spoke to Cromwell Rotary on Monday night about the Central Otago Queenstown Trail Network Trust. The awesome trail from Smiths Way to Clyde is the first stage of the trail network which will also link Cromwell to Queenstown & Wanaka. 
Following her presentation we were delighted to present Janeen with a PHF award.
Janeen has served the community in many ways but our first common involvement was the Highlands Motorsport Park race days when we helped at the gates and Janeen was a volunteer coordinator.
Serving on the Cromwell and Districts Promotion Group, in 2016 Janeen put aside her reluctance to be in the public eye  and stepped up as Chairperson, in a bid to continue the momentum that the group had achieved.
Janeen had also served on the Cromwell & Districts Community Trust, who are the guardians of the community plan. She helped create Connect Cromwell which is an independent and neutral sub-committee to work out how to provide the Trust with better information about the community’s needs and opinions.
We also know Janeen from her long involvement with coordinating the annual lakeside clean up.
Janeen would prefer not to be in the limelight but accepted this award as acknowledgment and thanks for all the work done by herself, and those she works with, to make our community a better place.