As a community, we need your help to keep our parks clean and safe. Please throw all garbage in the receptacles at each park and be respectful to everyone at the park. Thanks so much!
Green Isle Park Board
- Diane Brown, Chairman
- Malli Harms, Secretary
- Tracy Spangler
- Adam Fiering
We started our year with an Easter Egg Hunt in April. We had about 100 children attend. The Green Isle
Charter School joined the Green Isle Park Board planning, preparing and hosting the event. We had
some awesome donations from Locher Bros., Vos Construction, Melsha Construction, Scheels and
Cornerstone State Bank.
Thank You so much for helping us make this event happen. Besides the hunt, we gave away some fun prizes for each age group. The prizes ranged from bikes, scooters, hula hoops, sidewalk chalk, bike helmets, etc. and of course candy!!
The playground is used by many families. The gazebo was installed in July by Theis Construction and picnic tables have been placed in the gazebo. The sidewalks and a picnic patio area were done by Wentzlaff Masonary Construction. The landscaping and grass seeding was done by Mathews Sewer System with the fill donated by Melsha Construction.
The gazebo, the cement and the landscaping have been made possible from the Dan Dauffenbach City Donation. No words can show how appreciative we are to Dan for making these park improvements possible and our local contractors for their dedication to this project.
This is a continuing project. The statues have been donated by the Green Isle Legion Post 408, The Ott Family, Ridgeview Medical Center, JIT Companies, Locher Bros., Cornerstone State Bank, Arlington American Legion Post 250 and the Arlington VFW Post 6031.
If you are interested in a Memorial Plaque for a family member or friend the forms are available at the City Office or at Cornerstone State Bank. We are so thankful to all who have helped make this park possible. The Green Isle Flower Committee continuously waters and pulls weeds at the park. This committee consists of Mary Ott, Rollin & Beth Stockman, Amy Scott, Don & Pat Ziegler and Jim & Diane Brown.
Andy’s Lawn Service has seeded the area around the Playground. Please stay off of the newly seeded grass.
The Archery Range has been installed and now is open to the public. Please sign a waiver (available at the park) before using the range. Drop the waiver off at the City Office. You must be at least 18 years old to use the range or you must be accompanied by an adult.
Green Isle Baseball Park
The new cement areas and the backstop have been installed. These
improvements have been made possible by the Dan Dauffenbach City Donation. Again we say, Thank
You so very much. Continued cleanup and improvement efforts are being done every day by the
Baseball Board. The playground area has the new handicap equipment installed.
As a community, we need your help to keep our parks clean and safe. Please throw all garbage in the
receptacles at each park and be respectful to everyone at the park. Thanks so much!