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Site Design by Coke Buchanan
The city of Dallas acquired the 16.11-
Rustic and rolling park land surrounds the beautiful Cliff Towers of 1926 and adjoins Lake Cliff Park to the south across West Colorado Blvd. Founders Plaza was added in 1974 with a memorial plaque listing the "Founders of Oak Cliff." The plaza offers breathtaking views of the city of Dallas skyline.
In 2003, Mr. Ralph Pinkus donated 50 25-
In October, 2004, In honor of the 75th Anniversary of the founding of the Oak Cliff Lions Club, the Club Dedicated a Bronze Statue of a Lion at historic Founders Park. A time capsule was set which is scheduled to be opened in 25 years on the 100th anniversary of the Club. The capsule contained memory cards and artifacts from all of those present. FOCP contributed a FOCP T Shirt signed by all of the volunteers who worked to clean the Park that day.
In honor of their efforts at improving the Park, "Friends of Oak Cliff Parks" received a check for $1,500 from the Oak Cliff Lions Club at the Dedication. Two memorial benches were purchased and placed near the lion.FOCP also designed and plated two Butterfly Gardens with large plant donations from Texas Discovery Gardens and Home Depot to showcase the lion statue.
A new lighting system for the park was completed in 2006. Methodist Health System provided funding for this project. Dallas Park and Recreation Department provided the electrical rough-
The Friends of Oak Cliff Parks conceived and coordinated the lighting project to its completion.
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