Good morning, St. George! Just a reminder that our facilities are open for use with social distancing and the use of masks in areas where that is not possible.
A reminder that we have hikes scheduled the next 2 Fridays at 4 pm. All are welcome!
July 10 Les Hyde Nature Trail,leaving from Library parking lot.
July 17 Baker Woods Trail in Thomaston off Beechwood St.
Maintenance and Repair notice: For those that might be using the Big Ball Field or tennis courts tomorrow (7/10) - there will be a crew working on repairing fences and backstops during the day. At one point or another, Court 1 on the tennis court and the Little League Field will be closed as they work. Thank you for your patience.
Recreate and be safe!
BEN VAIL, P&R DIRECTOR
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