The Chino Historical Walk is a public walk that allows everyone the opportunity to explore downtown Chino and some of the historic landmarks of the city, dating back to the late 1800's.
The walk was the brainchild of Phyllis Outhier, president of the Chino Valley Historical Society, who presented the idea to Jack Phillips of Boy Scout Troop 201. Jack Phillips saw the idea as a perfect opportunity to complete his Eagle Scout Project and the work to complete the walk was done by him as his Eagle Project.
With Phyllis's knowledge of the City of Chino, the assistance Jack was provided with from his fellow Troop 201 members and adults, and the help from Linda Reich and Jacqueline Melendez from the City of Chino, the walk was completed.
Chino Valley Historical Society
Robert and Frances Correa Rodelo (left), Alma Guzman-Barboza, Phyllis Outhier, Augustine Tapia and Gloria Morales De Leon
Director of the Community Services
Boy Scout of Troop 201