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Vulcan Trail

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Sarah Finnegan

About 125 dignitaries took part in the ceremony on the north side of Vulcan. Read more

Happenings

Birmingham City Council

Photo by Jesse Chambers

The council granted Freshwater Land Trust an easement allowing them to build the new, extended Vulcan Trail on city land and approved yearly funding for McWane Science Center. Read more

Central City

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Renderings courtesy of the Kiwanis Club of Birmingham.

That icon and the park where the Vulcan resides will soon get a much-needed 21st-century makeover. Read more

Faces

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    Sarah Finnegan

    The city of Birmingham in conjunction with the Kiwanis Club of Birmingham celebrated the opening of the Kiwanis Centennial Park and Vulcan Trail with a ribbon cutting on March 20, 2018.

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    Sarah Finnegan

    The city of Birmingham in conjunction with the Kiwanis Club of Birmingham celebrated the opening of the Kiwanis Centennial Park and Vulcan Trail with a ribbon cutting on March 20, 2018.

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    Sarah Finnegan

    Thomas Thagard III, past president of the Kiwanis Club of Biringham, discusses the Kiwanis Centennial Park and Vulcan Trail project after the ribbon cutting on March 20, 2018.

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    Sarah Finnegan

    Lawrence Whatley, Board Chair of the Vulcan Park and Museum, discusses the Kiwanis Centennial Park and Vulcan Trail project after the ribbon cutting on March 20, 2018.

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    Sarah Finnegan

    Libba Vaughan, Executive Director of Freshwater Land trust, discusses the Kiwanis Centennial Park and Vulcan Trail project after the ribbon cutting on March 20, 2018.

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    Sarah Finnegan

    Mayor Randall Woodfin, center, discusses the Kiwanis Centennial Park and Vulcan Trail project after the ribbon cutting on March 20, 2018.