Sugar Land celebrates new Cullinan Park sign

Left to right James McClellan, President, Fred & Mabel R. Parks Foundation; Mike Goodrum, Assistant City Manager, City of Sugar Land; John Garland, Founding Director, Cullinan Park Conservancy (CPC); Ann Hamilton, President, CPC; and Emily Todd, Board of Directors, CPC. (Submitted photo)

Left to right James McClellan, President, Fred & Mabel R. Parks Foundation; Mike Goodrum, Assistant City Manager, City of Sugar Land; John Garland, Founding Director, Cullinan Park Conservancy (CPC); Ann Hamilton, President, CPC; and Emily Todd, Board of Directors, CPC. (Submitted photo)

Representatives of Cullinan Park Conservancy Board of Directors greeted James McClellan and Mike Goodrum for a celebratory photograph alongside the new entrance sign recently installed by the City of Sugar Land Parks Department.

McClellan presented the Conservancy with a $10,000 check from Fred and Mabel R. Parks Foundation for development in the park.

Phase I Design includes a crushed granite loop trail, underbrush clearing and a canoe launch.

Founded in 2010, CPC works to enhance and protect the natural beauty of the 754-acre regional park.

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