DeGraff Park projects completed


DeGraff upgrades recently completed are courtesy of a Neighborhood Revitalization Grant, local funding and volunteer projects. The grant was obtained through efforts of the village council and residents. The project was made possible with a Community Block Grant and a donation from the Irving “Squirrel” Linet Fund. Improvements include metal roofs on buildings, sidewalks and expanded parking. Shelter houses and picnic tables were painted by Friends of DeGraff, PAC, Interact, Riverside School clubs and United Way volunteers. Friends of DeGraff donated and installed a bench along the walking path. Brianna Zimmerman, Madi Bost and Megan Hollinger painted a mural on the outside wall of the restrooms.

DeGraff upgrades recently completed are courtesy of a Neighborhood Revitalization Grant, local funding and volunteer projects. The grant was obtained through efforts of the village council and residents. The project was made possible with a Community Block Grant and a donation from the Irving “Squirrel” Linet Fund. Improvements include metal roofs on buildings, sidewalks and expanded parking. Shelter houses and picnic tables were painted by Friends of DeGraff, PAC, Interact, Riverside School clubs and United Way volunteers. Friends of DeGraff donated and installed a bench along the walking path. Brianna Zimmerman, Madi Bost and Megan Hollinger painted a mural on the outside wall of the restrooms.


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DeGraff upgrades recently completed are courtesy of a Neighborhood Revitalization Grant, local funding and volunteer projects. The grant was obtained through efforts of the village council and residents. The project was made possible with a Community Block Grant and a donation from the Irving “Squirrel” Linet Fund. Improvements include metal roofs on buildings, sidewalks and expanded parking. Shelter houses and picnic tables were painted by Friends of DeGraff, PAC, Interact, Riverside School clubs and United Way volunteers. Friends of DeGraff donated and installed a bench along the walking path. Brianna Zimmerman, Madi Bost and Megan Hollinger painted a mural on the outside wall of the restrooms.

DeGraff upgrades recently completed are courtesy of a Neighborhood Revitalization Grant, local funding and volunteer projects. The grant was obtained through efforts of the village council and residents. The project was made possible with a Community Block Grant and a donation from the Irving “Squirrel” Linet Fund. Improvements include metal roofs on buildings, sidewalks and expanded parking. Shelter houses and picnic tables were painted by Friends of DeGraff, PAC, Interact, Riverside School clubs and United Way volunteers. Friends of DeGraff donated and installed a bench along the walking path. Brianna Zimmerman, Madi Bost and Megan Hollinger painted a mural on the outside wall of the restrooms.
https://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2018/09/web1_park.jpegDeGraff upgrades recently completed are courtesy of a Neighborhood Revitalization Grant, local funding and volunteer projects. The grant was obtained through efforts of the village council and residents. The project was made possible with a Community Block Grant and a donation from the Irving “Squirrel” Linet Fund. Improvements include metal roofs on buildings, sidewalks and expanded parking. Shelter houses and picnic tables were painted by Friends of DeGraff, PAC, Interact, Riverside School clubs and United Way volunteers. Friends of DeGraff donated and installed a bench along the walking path. Brianna Zimmerman, Madi Bost and Megan Hollinger painted a mural on the outside wall of the restrooms. Submitted photo