We had a marvelous observance of the National Park Service’s 98th birthday at the park today.
The staff and volunteers did a phenomenal job handling the large crowds, ensuring that 573 visitors were able to safely view the lens and tower. We had a lot of good press (thanks Gerrie for sending out the teaser). Many people watched the newscast this morning and decided to visit.
The park shined today, and the staff and volunteers should be very proud of the work they do.
Chief of Interpretation
Our talented 19th Century Living History folks helped introduce the National Park Service Centennial logo at today’s Open Tower Day: