The ZJ’s Park Project took what was left of the former Blackwell Clinic, a downtown legacy, and turned it into a colorful and vibrant community venue.  The project encompassed fundraising, a logo competition, installation of a pergola and pavilion, planting of grass and trees, and the installation of a previously unplanned retention wall. The judges described the project as “the creation of a place for residents to come together” and a “creative project which will impact the community for years to come”. For their efforts Kayce and Mayra were awarded a 2nd Place Scholarship in the amount of $1,500.


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