Bob Bryant City Park-Trees
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The City of Bastrop
takes great pride in its city parks. The newest jewel in our Park system
is the Bob Bryant Park. The park is scheduled to be finished and dedicated
in April, 2004. Tree planting to remember the Space Shuttle Columbia
occurred Saturday, February 7, 2004 at the park during the Trees 2004
event. This event is organized by the City of Bastrop in partnership with
TreeFolks whose mission is to grow urban forests, planting and education.
The Pavilion at Bob
Special guest speaker,
Astronaut Jim Reilly, honors the
Space Shuttle Columbia crew during the ceremony.
Astronaut Reilly and
Monte Blackman, public works director, unveil the memorial plaque and stone
replica of the Space Shuttle Columbia.
Memorial Plaque and
stone replica of the Space Shuttle Columbia at Bob Bryant Park.
Planting of the Gingko
Biloba tree in honor of the crew. This tree is considered the tree of life. In
the picture from L to R Monte Blackmon, Mayor Tom Scott, Paul Hannemann (Texas
Forest Service), Astronaut Reilly, and in front Scott Harris from Trees 2004.
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