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Just thought you would be interested in how many people look at the web site! Cullen Park Web site statistics Jan 1st thru March 24th 555 total visitors 365 first time visitors 2,385 pages were viewed 4.3 pages per visit … Continue reading
Six paper clips are now permanently mounted to each side of the Kiosk. With these paper clips, it will be easier to post your information on the Kiosk, prior to this, people were using staple guns and nails, which is … Continue reading
Yep, it’s been two years now, since “The Visions of Cullen Park” was started this month! The meeting will highlight the accomplishments of all the hard working volunteers, also there will be a snack and lite beverages available for all. … Continue reading
The City of Toledo delivered one (of hopefully more) truck load of wood chips! These chip will be spread out onto the walk way on the causeway, which reduces the mud encountered, while taking a nice casual hike out to … Continue reading
Cullen Park News Letter for March 2012 The Visions of Cullen Park Committee has been working very hard to make Cullen Park a nice place to visit on the weekends or after a long day at work. We … Continue reading
Warm up those boat motors and paddles (for the kayakers), the City of Toledo put the docks back in for the 2012 season Friday, March 9th! The new range light will be wired and the newly dredged channel will get … Continue reading
The date for the March meeting will be March 27th, the fourth Wednesday, BUT, please note that the April meeting will be April 26th, a Thursday, due to scheduling. April 1st Renewal for the “Kroger Program” (more information and help … Continue reading
Please don’t forget that the next meeting is this Wednesday , February 22nd, 6:30 pm. The meeting will be at the CrossPoint Community Church, please view location at “meeting location“, which will show you a map with the address!
Here is a picture of an anchor, that is being considered for a monument in Cullen Park. This is being donated by a local Businessman.
Well, it was a long 4 1/2 months for all those sightseers that came by, including those “diehard” guys, the ones that kept all those benches warm, day-in day-out, so much so, that it was suggested that they should have … Continue reading