Splash photo by Tammy Kimberley

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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