Woodburn Clock Plaza Harry and Jeanette Henney were active members of the Woodburn community. Mr. Henney was principal of the Woodburn school and served as a City Councilman for many years. Their daughter Jane Henney served in Washington D.C. during the Clinton administration. The children of Harry and Jeanette have erected this clock tower in their memory. Located at the corner of Main Street and Bull Rapids Road in downtown Woodburn, this Clock Plaza is a great addition to the city and will be enjoyed by our community for many years to come. Upon the completion of construction, a dedication ceremony was held on July 8th, 2017 to officially open the Woodburn Clock Plaza to the public. Among the many speakers were, Mayor Joe Kelsey; Former Mayor Richard Hoeppner; and Floyd Henney (son of Harry and Jeanette Henney). Many of you have been requesting the recipe for the delicious gingersnaps that were provided at the dedication ceremony and the Henney Family has graciously provided this to us. Click here: Jeanette Henney’s Gingersnaps Woodburn Community Park Centrally located in along Overmeyer St., the WCP has been a part of Woodburn’s history for many years. Managed by Maumee Township, this park contains 3-Lighted ball diamonds, playground equipment, 2-horsehoe pits, a sand volleyball court and basketball court, along with a shelter, picnic area and public restrooms. The Woodburn Youth League The WYL is a volunteer organization that provides baseball and softball for area children and teens. Games are played in Woodburn and other area East Allen County Park ball fields. Please visit their website at woodburnbaseball.com for more details.