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Council hears of Pride Park Project

HOISINGTON — A group of concerned citizens approached the city council with a proposal to upgrade Pride Park. They would add shelters, parking, a new playground and refurbish the restrooms and basketball court, as well as add landscaping.

They anticipate having to raise $80,000. The group will begin fundraising efforts with a Hog Feed from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Oct. 23 at the Park.

Spearheaded by Chris Brinley, he said, "It will be good for the community." He said the Friendship Meals building looks wonderful. However, "the park looks like no one has cared for it ...


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