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Building Bridges Together

Friday, May 30, 2003

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Donors who contributed to the Forest Park Bridge Project, which included brand new sidewalks, were at the park Wednesday to take a crisp new walk on the old tradition. "This is the first time there has ever been a sidewalk from Pinckley Street to the big bridge," said Brazil Parks Board President Ruthann Jeffries. "We're going to put sidewalks to the two small bridges, also." Contributors standing on the big bridge, which leads to the children's playground, are: Row 1, Left: Brock Potter, Kelsey Searing and Heather Hughes from the East Side School Student Council; John Coughanour II, Clay County Community Foundation. Row 2: Left: Peg Stewart, private donor; Caroline McCullough, Parks Board member; Melissa McCullough, Delta Theta Tau; Ruthann Jeffries, Parks Board president; Rachel Fagg, East Side Student Council sponsor; Dr. Hal Glidden, Clay Civic Memorial Foundation; Sam Crawn, Rotary. Row 3: Left: Ellen Neal, East Side School Student Council sponsor; Will Stewart, private donor; Tom Reberger, Clay Community Parks Association; Mayor Kenny Crabb; Brad Deal, Parks Board member and Brad Reynolds, Cinergy PSI. Donor organizations without representative available for the picture: Tri Kappa Sorority, Pepsi Services, Timberland and Double B Fence.



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