Building A Trend

Sandy Monahan, then a volunteer for Delhi Township Parks and Recreation, was asked to be responsible for 150 kids from the west side of Cincinnati, who wanted to attend a mobile skatepark series expo in that city. She realized there was a need in her own community for a permanent skate plaza. “I also had a mom and a couple of her friends ask if we would look at putting in a skatepark,” says Monahan. “I began researching skate plazas …


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