Create A Hub In Parks

What do grassy hillsides, dog parks, playgrounds, picnic pavilions, and sports fields have in common? Certainly they provide places to play, but they also provide a reason for people to get together. More than anything else, that may be the great modern goal of recreation facilities. The dogs, kids, and sports teams all enjoy running around and exercising. And the spectators–the dog guardians, the parents and grandparents, the team supporters–can connect with other people who share their interests. An emerging …


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