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OffRoad Woman featured as Leading Lady in National Outdoors

Postby JayZR2 » Tue Jan 20, 2009 10:29 pm

Mokelumne Hill, CA ? January 16 ? Stacie Albright, long time Calaveras County citizen is featured in the Fall 2008 edition of the nationally recognized magazine, Sticks & Stones Outdoor Adventures ( Albright, a recreation advocate and local photographer is applauded for her diversified enjoyment of the great outdoors, including hunting, fishing, camping, exploring, hiking, and travel. She is also well known in the world of recreation for her involvement with the BlueRibbon Coalition ? a national trails group that champions responsible recreation.

Sticks & Stones magazine, with John Michael Montgomery, covers the gambit of outdoor adventure in print, radio, web and TV. Albright was chosen as a ?Leading Lady? because of her adventurous spirit in several outdoor activities, as well as her advocacy work to keep public lands open for responsible use through the BlueRibbon Coalition. (

Del Albright, BlueRibbon Coalition Ambassador and Stacie?s husband, stated, "I?m very proud of Stacie for being featured like this, and for her hard work in general. Not only that, she knows how to have fun!"

The feature depicts the story of how Stacie got started with her brothers hunting in Ohio as a young child, then tells the tale of how today she out fishes her husband on local lakes in Calaveras County.

"I?m honored to be recognized like this, but I think it?s more important for people to take home the message that the outdoors are for all of us and we should find the time to enjoy what we have in this great country" Stacie adds.

See the article online here (page 48): ... index.html # # #

Stacie can be reached for an interview and pictures at (209) 217-6886.

The BlueRibbon Coalition is a national recreation group that champions responsible use of public and private lands, and encourages individual environmental stewardship. It represents over 10,000 individual members and 1,200 organization and business members, for a combined total of over 600,000 recreationists nationwide. 1-800-258-3742.
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