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PHOTOS: New walking trail opens next to GoodLife in Concord

  • Chamber of Commerce President Tim Sink walks along a new public trail following a ribbon cutting ceremony at Smokestack Center in Concord on Oct. 6, 2016. Owners of Smokestack and their tenants, such as GoodLife Programs & Activities, hope the short trail is only the start of a larger vision for the wooded area off the center’s parking lot. (ELIZABETH FRANTZ / Monitor staff) ELIZABETH FRANTZ—ELIZABETH FRANTZ / Monitor staff

  • Mayor Jim Bouley makes the cut during the ribbon cutting ceremony at Smokestack Center in Concord on Oct. 6, 2016. Owners of Smokestack and their tenants, such as GoodLife Programs & Activities, hope the short trail is only the start of a larger vision for the wooded area off the center’s parking lot. (ELIZABETH FRANTZ / Monitor staff) ELIZABETH FRANTZ—ELIZABETH FRANTZ / Monitor staff

  • Community members walk along a new public trail following a ribbon cutting ceremony at Smokestack Center in Concord on Oct. 6, 2016. Owners of Smokestack and their tenants, such as GoodLife Programs & Activities, hope the short trail is only the start of a larger vision for the wooded area off the center’s parking lot. (ELIZABETH FRANTZ / Monitor staff) ELIZABETH FRANTZ—ELIZABETH FRANTZ / Monitor staff

  • Community members walk along a new public trail following a ribbon cutting ceremony at Smokestack Center in Concord on Oct. 6, 2016. Owners of Smokestack and their tenants, such as GoodLife Programs & Activities, hope the short trail is only the start of a larger vision for the wooded area off the center’s parking lot. (ELIZABETH FRANTZ / Monitor staff) ELIZABETH FRANTZ—ELIZABETH FRANTZ / Monitor staff



Monitor staff
Friday, October 07, 2016

A walking trail was opened in Concord on Thursday following a ribbon cutting. The short trail is located near GoodLife Programs & Activities at the Smokestack Center in Concord and is open to the public. Smokestack co-owner Cheryl Gochez has a larger vision for the wooded area adjacent to GoodLife and sees the looped trail as just the beginning.