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The River Line Historic Area embraces historic and natural resources West of the Chattahoochee River to unite the community as a place of distinction linking Vinings, Smyrna, and Mableton, Georgia

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Fund-raising Campaign Achieved!

We raised $1,300 to replace all 
Shoupade Park signs in only 3 weeks!

Thank you to everyone who contributed to this project.
We look forward to replacing the signs soon.

The River Line Historic Area is an IRS 501c3 approved nonprofit
Your donation is tax deductible

damaged Park Entrance Sign
On March 28, 2017 Shoupade Park was approved by the
Cobb County Commissioners for
the Cobb County Register of Historic Places.
The River Line Historic Area will be proceed to nominate it
for the National Register.

Damaged signs inside 
Shoupade Park

The Civil War interpretive signage at Cobb County's Shoupade Park was installed by Pulte Homes in 2007 as a rezoning condition to build the Park Avenue Homes complex, which surrounds the park. 

As seen in the picture above, the Shoupade Park entrance sign is weathered and the plastic cover is damaged with a hole in the bottom right corner.  The River Line Historic Area 501c3 nonprofit is raising $1,300 to replace all 4 signs at Shoupade Park.  

The March 11, 2017 Phoenix Flies Event is the fundraiser kickoff. Our "Connect the Comet" friends will give a limited number of CTC t-shirts to high-end signage donors
visiting the Park on 
March 11 and 18.

Below are 6 friends modeling the t-shirt.
Learn more about Connect the Comet