We were invited to participate in a Pot Luck Dinner at the Cabin this evening to celebrate the completing of the Pathway of Flags connecting the Plum Creek Walking/Biking trail with the Kiwanis Parade of Flags. The Pathway is a couple hundred feet in length and has Flags along the way of the 5 U.S. inhabited provinces: Puerto Rico, U.S.Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa and the Northern Marianas. The beginning of the walkway is shown at the left of this picture and winds down where it connects with the trail. The project has really helped to make the entrance into our City outstanding. It was built on Flood Plain land in cooperation with the City.
Marv Taylor is shown here out at the Cabin explaining to the group some of the details of working with the City Council in the final stages of the Project. It is being named in Honor of Don and Barb Suhr for their financial support. He also announced that the committee has now installed their 811th Flag Pole. It was a great evening of food and fellowship and recognition of a “Job Well Done”. Special thanks go to Marv, Dave and Eileen Oates and others who helped do the work of putting it all together. It was a great event to celebrate a great project.