Bay Citizens Team for Exercise Equipment Donation

Bay City Councilman Tom Henderson (right) recognized the community partners who are making new exercise equipment stations possible in Cahoon Park at last week’s City Council meeting.

Bay City Councilman Tom Henderson (right) recognized the community partners who are making new exercise equipment stations possible in Cahoon Park at last week’s City Council meeting.

Bay Village’s premier walking trail on the north side of Cahoon Road will become even more of a community asset next spring, thanks to a donation of funds for the purchase and installation of exercise equipment along the trail.

City Council recognized those who contributed last week: Al Paulus, Russ Bauknecht, Kelly O’Hara, Jeff and Rosie Johnson of Arthur’s Shoe Tree, and David Price and Mandy Singh of Perfect Fit Health Club. At the right is Bay Village City Councilman Tom Henderson.

Artist rendering of exercise station examples.

Artist rendering of exercise station examples.

The donations, which totaled $11,000, were from The Bay Village Foundation, Bay Village Kiwanis, Highland Consulting Associates, Arthur’s Shoe Tree, Perfect Fit Health Club and O’Neill Healthcare. Many thanks also to Barry Tyo and Clete Miller, who did much of the planning and design. The exercise stations should be in place by next year.

 

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