On Friday, May 21st, we will be throwing a bash to honor the Port's Centennial year. It will be in conjuction with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Toledo's former public safety building, at 496 NE Highway 20, from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.
The party will include live music and refreshments... and birthday cake!
The public is, of course, invited to attend! Come and take a look at the newly remodeled building, the new adjacent art park, and the historic information and photos we'll have on display.
You'll have an opportunity to meet some of the CSC staff, the Youth Construction Program students and their leader, who have worked so hard on the 'old fire hall' project, and the Port Commissioners, crew and staff who have all been instrumental in bringing the vision to fruition. Here is a recent picture of the CSC students and crew leader Peter Lohonyay working on the park.
Since we still haven't settled on a name for the property, we'll be soliciting suggestions for a clever and suitable name. Bring your ideas and your friends and join us for our Centennial Party!!