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Cameron Weber and Pat Dockrey break ground for the new skate park in Pavillion Park on Saturday, while Mayor Wendy Van Orman (far right) shares that ‘this group catapulted a vision and made it a reality.’ Van Orman said the skate park should be completed within the next 45 days with the hopes of a ribbon-cutting ceremony during the Fourth of July festivities. The park was paid for with a combination of a state grant, city funds and private donations.

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Skate Park Breaks Ground
5/6/2009 2:17:25 PM

Splash photos by Tammy Kimberley


Work on the area, where the sand volleyball court previously stood, began on Monday.

Cameron Weber, member of
the Liberty 5-0 group who
helped design the new skate
park, shows his skills on the
courts adjacent to the location
of the new skate park.

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