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Caboose land officially becomes Greenwood Park

<p>PHOTO BY MICHAEL STROMLEY</p><p>Senator Jake Files presented a check to Greenwood Parks and Recreation for $10,000 from Western Arkansas Planning and Development for the purchase of the land where the “Welcome to Greenwood” caboose sits along with renovations and conversion to a City Park. The future plans for Winford Park include repainting the caboose red and adding the correct Missouri Pacific logo. Additional improvements include planting trees, adding parking spaces, irrigation, landscape lighting, new signage and a possible walking bridge to Zachary Park. Pictured are: Joel Goldstein, Doug Kinslow and Senator Jake Files.</p>

PHOTO BY MICHAEL STROMLEY

Senator Jake Files presented a check to Greenwood Parks and Recreation for $10,000 from Western Arkansas Planning and Development for the purchase of the land where the “Welcome to Greenwood” caboose sits along with renovations and conversion to a City Park. The future plans for Winford Park include repainting the caboose red and adding the correct Missouri Pacific logo. Additional improvements include planting trees, adding parking spaces, irrigation, landscape lighting, new signage and a possible walking bridge to Zachary Park. Pictured are: Joel Goldstein, Doug Kinslow and Senator Jake Files.

PHOTO BY MICHAEL STROMLEY

Senator Jake Files presented a check to Greenwood Parks and Recreation for $10,000 from Western Arkansas Planning and Development for the purchase of the land where the “Welcome to Greenwood” caboose sits along with renovations and conversion to a City Park. The future plans for Winford Park include repainting the caboose red and adding the correct Missouri Pacific logo. Additional improvements include planting trees, adding parking spaces, irrigation, landscape lighting, new signage and a possible walking bridge to Zachary Park. Pictured are: Joel Goldstein, Doug Kinslow and Senator Jake Files.

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