Milliken Park Undergoes Transformation In Alton Park

Sunday, November 3, 2013

The Milliken Park grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony was held Saturday in Alton Park.

The transformed park now includes a new playground, walking trail, and sidewalks. 

The event featured food, fun, and activities for children.

The park is at 45th Street and Central Avenue.


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