Rotary donates for parks


Wilmington Parks and Recreation Director Lori Kersey Williams recently spoke to the A.M. Rotary Club. She updated the group on recent park improvements as well as plans that are currently in progress, including the David Williams Memorial Park Completion Project, which is the largest youth-oriented project in Wilmington Parks’ history and will consist of a new splash pad and concrete skate park. She also shared plans for J. W. Denver Williams Memorial Park, which include the renovation of the playground, creation of handicapped-accessible restrooms, as well as planned outdoor adult fitness equipment. The Rotary Club officers are shown presenting Williams with a $500 check toward the David Williams Park project. She emphasized that fundraising in ongoing for amenities for this project.


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Wilmington Parks and Recreation Director Lori Kersey Williams recently spoke to the A.M. Rotary Club. She updated the group on recent park improvements as well as plans that are currently in progress, including the David Williams Memorial Park Completion Project, which is the largest youth-oriented project in Wilmington Parks’ history and will consist of a new splash pad and concrete skate park. She also shared plans for J. W. Denver Williams Memorial Park, which include the renovation of the playground, creation of handicapped-accessible restrooms, as well as planned outdoor adult fitness equipment. The Rotary Club officers are shown presenting Williams with a $500 check toward the David Williams Park project. She emphasized that fundraising in ongoing for amenities for this project.

Wilmington Parks and Recreation Director Lori Kersey Williams recently spoke to the A.M. Rotary Club. She updated the group on recent park improvements as well as plans that are currently in progress, including the David Williams Memorial Park Completion Project, which is the largest youth-oriented project in Wilmington Parks’ history and will consist of a new splash pad and concrete skate park. She also shared plans for J. W. Denver Williams Memorial Park, which include the renovation of the playground, creation of handicapped-accessible restrooms, as well as planned outdoor adult fitness equipment. The Rotary Club officers are shown presenting Williams with a $500 check toward the David Williams Park project. She emphasized that fundraising in ongoing for amenities for this project.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/01/web1_rotary.jpgWilmington Parks and Recreation Director Lori Kersey Williams recently spoke to the A.M. Rotary Club. She updated the group on recent park improvements as well as plans that are currently in progress, including the David Williams Memorial Park Completion Project, which is the largest youth-oriented project in Wilmington Parks’ history and will consist of a new splash pad and concrete skate park. She also shared plans for J. W. Denver Williams Memorial Park, which include the renovation of the playground, creation of handicapped-accessible restrooms, as well as planned outdoor adult fitness equipment. The Rotary Club officers are shown presenting Williams with a $500 check toward the David Williams Park project. She emphasized that fundraising in ongoing for amenities for this project. Courtesy photo