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Our Projects.

Wellston Trees and Greens is a non-profit organization focused on improving and preserving natural resources in the Warner Robins area. We are always looking for ways to help. With several projects completed and others in the process, we are continually excited to share these with you.

Wellston Park

Wellston Park was built on 37 acres of land donated by the Bayer Family and Charlie McGlamry to the city of Warner Robins back in 1997. The park's initial phase began in 2014 and included a walking trail, dog park, pavilion, and restroom building that was finished in 2018.

Gary Martin, the son of former Warner Robins Mayor Ed Martin, and Chairman of the Board for Cherished Children who donated a 2,000-square-foot house to the park project that is believed to have been built in 1927 on Elberta Road. The house was moved to the park early on, and with remodeling will be re-purposed to serve as office and meeting room space. 

Most of the city's parks are geared toward sports recreational activities, as a passive recreational area Wellston Park will offer something different. The next phase is now being planned for the construction of a 500 - 1,000 seat amphitheater, remodeling of the "Coleman Cottage" (named for Jean Coleman, Founder of Cherished Children), and paving of the existing trail and parking area.  

Recently, Wellston Trees and Greens have also made opportunities available to honor, memorialize or sponsor park benches and/or picnic areas in various areas of the park. This fundraising effort serves to provide funding for our "Advocating, Educating and Engagement for passive parks, trails and green spaces in the Warner Robins area". Those opportunities are available on our website.

Bench Placement

It was an honor to provide a bench and memorial plaque for the Hollingsworth family today on Wellston Trail at Fountain Park. Here is a message from Asia Hollingsworth:

"Happy 60th Birthday to the light of our lives...

Gilda Renee Hollingsworth, my beloved mother, was a great person to be around and added so much love and light to every person she touched. Her infectious smile and laugh that could brighten anyone's day. My mother never met a stranger. I believe deep down in my heart, dedicating this bench in her memory will allow my mother's spirit to continue to smile, laugh, and love this community".

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