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Engraved pavers available for Herb Monroe Park
Wednesday, July 24, 2013 1:46 PM


From Staff Reports

PAULDING – With Phase 2 construction on the new Herb Monroe Community Park scheduled to begin soon, the Leadership In Action (LIA) group spearheading the project has started selling engraved brick pavers.

“The purpose is twofold,” said Ron Williamson, fundraising and marketing chairman and LIA member. “Residents can feel they are a part of the park project and see their name there forever, and we can raise additional funding.”

The brick-size pavers can be purchased for $100. The pavers, similar to ones along the sidewalk around the square, will be placed under a pergola in the park.


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