October is Friends of the Park Month. For as little as $25 you can become a Friend, earn a perk, and attend the annual Friends’ First Fry. Simply click on the “Friends of the Park” page.
Mimi Ward, Chair of the Parks Foundation Board, announced Monday that the Friends Campaign has met its first goal and raised $4500 to give the Pool Party Room a complete renovation. Work will be done in the spring once the roof above the pool has been repaired. What is next on the list? Mimi says … Continue reading Friends Meet First Goal
October kicks off the Friends Campaign for Shelby County Parks. Mimi Ward, Chair of the Parks Foundation explains the purpose of the campaign. “The goal of the Parks Foundation is to create a fund which can be used to make improvements that aren’t funded by our tax dollars and program fees. The first priorities are at … Continue reading Friends of the Park Campaign Kicks Off
The 4.4 mile Diane’s Trail at Shelby Trails is now wider and safer thanks to the bulldozing efforts of Barry Campbell. Trail work was initiated due to a small encroachment on an adjoining property. Clay Cottongim, Volunteer Parks Consultant, took this opportunity to make major improvements in many sections of the trail including widening, filling … Continue reading Riders and Hikers Enjoy Renovations at Shelby Trails
The squeals of kids can be heard as they play in Clear Creek where the new wet bridge connects the Greenway Trail with North Country, Brentwood and Magnolia Place. The bridge is opens up Phase III of the Trail running behind the Shelby County High School Athletic Complex off Burks Branch Road. To find the … Continue reading Explore Clear Creek from the New Barry Campbell Wet Bridge