Jenn Doney, retired from the Ennis Post Office, finds time to ride her bike, ski a trail, and paint pictures. Her first love is her Faith, and she is presently helping with a Jr Youth group in Bozeman that helps young people develop a spiritual perception and pattern of thought and behavior that will characterize them as servants to humanity throughout their lives.
Born and raised in Helena, Charity returned to Montana as the Madison County Planning Director in 2007. She has a passion for transportation and enjoys hiking, biking, walking, and flying whenever she can.
Lisa Roberts moved to Montana in 1995 to attend Montana State
University and never left. After college, she moved to Big Sky
to take advantage of the skiing, she soon met and married her
husband, Lincoln. In 2006, they moved to Ennis and have since become business owners and active members of the community.
Ann White is happiest following a trail either on foot or horseback. After a 23 year absence when she worked as an engineer for Texas Instruments, she and her husband, John, are glad to be retired and back in Montana. Trails in and around Ennis and the Madison Valley are crucial for both the body and the spirit. A person needs safe access to the town's destinations and to the woods and meadows.
Darlene has retired to the Tobacco Root Mountains of Montana in Madison County with her husband Ron. Even though she was born in Iowa, she spent most of her life in Lincoln Ne. They raised 4 daughters and life included working in a clinical laboratory and later elected to Lancaster County Board. She was also very involved with the Trails Community and when they moved to Billings, where Ron was the Chief of Police, Darlene worked for the City Planning Department as the Alternate Modes Coordinator working on the trails network. Since retiring, Darlene stays active within the community on the Madison County Planning Board, singing in the Ruby Valley Chorale, involved with the Jefferson River Canoe Trail and working to build trails in the area.