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  • Design of the park standing in the East-end park medallion where tour participants first assembled. width:640;;height:427
  • People  who arrived early for the tour examined the park's design. width:640;;height:484
  • Jim Sweeney, a member of the JSOSP Fund, answered questions about the park tour. width:640;;height:552
  •  Amy Wooldridge, director of Alameda's Recreation and Parks Department, spoke to the assembled crowd of more than 100 people, starting at 6:30 PM. width:640;;height:120
  • Amy, assisted by a sign language interpreter, described the evening's tour. width:497;;height:640
  • Jim Sweeney joined Amy. width:640;;height:427
  • Amy and Jim described the progress made in constructing the park. width:640;;height:257
  • After answering questions from tour participants, Amy turned and pointed the way west. width:640;;height:313
  • The crowd began the tour, walking toward the west end. width:640;;height:427
  • The crowd strolled past the park's playground area. width:640;;height:300
  • Amy joined with the people walking westward. width:640;;height:427
  • Even pets enjoyed the tour. width:640;;height:427
  • The crowd walked west. Most toured to the east end, 2/3 of a mile. width:640;;height:427
  • Folks walked into the playground and picnic areas. width:640;;height:258
  • Dorothy Freeman, a member of the JSOSP Fund, pointed out the Pavilion to Mayor Trish Spencer width:640;;height:493
  • Kids loved running in the park. width:640;;height:427
  • Bicyclists checked out the bike path design. width:640;;height:417
  • The evening weather was perfect for people touring the playground hill. width:640;;height:427
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