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July 21, 2013

Will Rogers Park Project takes root

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CLAREMORE —

The city has only a limited cash budget at this time dedicated to the park project, however it is making a significant contribution through the addition of the splash pad.
The park will include a playground, splash pad, master garden, and veterans memorial.
City Manager Jim Thomas said the city is putting some good seed money into the park.
Viewed as a community gathering place, the park will be designed to attract people of all ages who want to enjoy a nice park, according to project organizers.
“We want the park to be beautiful and for people to love the park as much as we do,” Baker said.
The Rogers County Master Gardeners are just one of the key players in the project and will be working closely with the city, as well as with Crystal Campbell, project organizer.
For more information about the park project, contact Campbell at (918) 381-4482.

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