Natick resident Josh Ostroff is being recognized with a Golden Shoe Award from nonprofit pedestrian advocacy outfit WalkBoston this Wednesday, March 30, at 5pm (attend via Zoom).
Ostroff, known locally for his work on everything from the Cochituate Rail Trail to the town’s Transportation Advisory Committee to the legendary “Scootie,” is being honored for “his unwavering commitment to walking advocacy in Natick and the greater Metrowest region.”
WalkBoston‘s mission is to make walking safer and easier across the state.
Also being recognized with Golden Shoes:
Meg Robertson: a multi-decade champion throughout the Commonwealth for people with intellectual disabilities and vision impairment, blindness or deafblindness.
“Just Walk Boston”: Founded by Brandy Cruthird as a way of fighting pandemic-induced loneliness and segregated public space through walking.
As for Ostroff, could a guy get any more fashionable? We’ll see, if he actually starts sporting a golden shoe.
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