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Many Exciting Things Happening at Oak Tree Park

posted May 3, 2018, 10:51 AM by Kristin Snell

by Roo Cantada, Friend of Oak Tree Park

The park is so lush with all the spring rains, the grass is growing thick and the trees are leafing out with brilliant green! There has been more than just natural growth, the Oak Tree Park and Recreation District (OTPRD) has also been busy this spring! Plans went ahead for the Pavilion on the main field which will provide much needed shade and allow residents to utilize the space for parties or other events. The other cement pads you’ve seen are 3 new handicapped accessible parking spots.  Two are located by the library building and the other is to allow ADA accessibility to the field.  There is also work being done to finally put a sign up at the entrance of the park.  There are also some changes happening on the OTPRD board of directors. After more than four years on the board, Grant Wayman will be stepping down. Grant has been instrumental in the designing of the pavilion and getting the sign approved through a daunting governmental process.  Grant is a level headed and reliable member of the team and will be sorely missed as OTPRD moves forward. Thank you for your service and hard work over the years!  In that vein, there is an opening on the board that will be filled by appointment until the end of the term and then an election in November. If you are interested in becoming an OTPRD board member you can attend their next meeting on Monday, May 14th at 6pm at the OTPRD office located inside library.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR

THE 5TH ANNUAL PICNIC IN THE PARK

SATURDAY JUNE 2ND NOON -5PM

FREE HOTDOGS*LIVE MUSIC*FREE ADMISSION*EPIC RAFFLE

 

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