A grassroots community initiative has taken the City by storm! The movement is designed to spread a network of projects and activities throughout the City that promote awareness and raise funds for our new 45-acre Cincinnati Riverfront Park.

This new park will add to the crown jewels of the Cincinnati Park system. TWIG is sponsored by the Women's Committee. Groups all over town with similar passions and interests are encouraged to participate. Every little contribution will add up and enhance the interest and involvement in building this park.  Ideas for groups that might come together are Scout organizations, garden clubs, walking groups, book clubs, and friends.  Dater Montessori and Town and Country Garden Club have already initiated projects that will benefit the Park attractions and activities.

Pictured here is Marjorie McCullough Motch recipient of the Phyllis W. Smale Award from the Women's Committee with Willie Carden, Jr., Director of the Cincinnati Park Board.  Among Marjorie's many volunteer endeavors is serving as the first president of the Cincinnati Parks Foundation Board of Trustees.Marjorie Motch with Willie Carden, Jr.









To see how the park is progressing and learn more about what is planned, visit www.MyCincinnatiRiverfrontPark.com.