Seva Kitchen was a major sponsor of Ales for Trails for the second year. Thanks to his vision for a connected community with a high quality of life for its residents, owner Harvey Singh continues to promote programs that improve Billings’ infrastructure, historic places, human connections and visual and performing arts.
“I’ve lived and worked in a lot of places in this country and Billings has something special. Nowhere else have I experienced the degree of closeness and community that exists here in Billings,” Harvey says. And he wants to develop that strength in Billings.
Harvey has seen downtown Billings grow into a vibrant urban core within the past five years he has lived here, and believes the city is at a point where the positive growth has the potential to accelerate.
“There is a lot of closeness and a community feel here,” Harvey explains, “and the amount of impact you can have doing great things is pretty realistic.”
Harvey understands that a community trail system connects people both physically and spiritually, by providing a place for its residents from every walk of life to recreate and convene where there could otherwise be vast spaces separating neighborhoods.
Harvey believes that it is imperative to connect the trails and neighborhoods on the rims to the valley, and supports the idea of building a multiuse trail near Zimmerman Trail to “get people safely down to the rest of Billings.”
Seva Kitchen will be hosting our upcoming Membership Growler Fill Thursday, Oct. 5, where Billings TrailNet members are invited to join us in celebrating Ales for Trails’ success and some of the brews we enjoyed at Ales for Trails!
To become a member or renew your membership gift, please click here.
Thank you Harvey Singh and Seva Kitchen for your support and vision for our community!