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Eagles Point

IMG_2376.JPGLocated at the point where Boundary and Butler streets meet, this landmark was created on a grassy triangle of land in 2009.

This landmark is recognition of Indian tribes who lived in this area. It features boulders, each with the name of a tribe that was represented at the Greenville Treaty; a four-colored concrete Circle of Live which was symbolic of so many aspects of life; native grasses and flowers reflecting the colors of the circle and the 1700's time period; a gravel pathway representing the Wabash River and granite on steel eagles facing significant directions. Eagles-Point2.PNG

Come see this gem in person! It's located directly across the street from the Fort Recovery Field House.

Pavilion at Community Park

Add your Legacy to the Pavilion with a one-time chance to purchase Naming Rights or a paver to the patio!

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