Close

Sun Subscriber Website Login






Please wait....
 
News Story
Updated: 03/26/2014 08:00:10AM

‘A blank canvas waiting to be painted’

Share this story:


PHOTO PROVIDED BY WAYNE MENGEL

An open house attraction was an aerial map of Rotonda West, known as the community-in-the-round.

PHOTO PROVIDED BY WAYNE MENGEL

Doing the honors of cutting the ribbon were RWA President Glynn Perkins, fifth from the left, and John Farrell, the park benefactor. Also pictured, from left, are Russ Kulp and David Kelly, RWA Directors; Dean Ziegler, Park Advisory Committee Chairman; Jay Lyons, RWA Manager, and Hank Killion, RWA Director.

PHOTO PROVIDED DAVID PULASKI

Photo exhibits of the park caught the eyes of residents at the open house. 

By DON MAHON

Text Size:


ROTONDA WEST — Several hundred Rotonda West residents joined in the festivities at the dedication of the newly acquired 160-acre property in the community’s Broadmoor subdivision.

The open house to commemorate the acquisition and development of Broadmoor Park was held Saturday.

You are currently not logged in
By logging in you can see the full story.

Subscribe to 
							the E-Edition
Get the Sun Delivered


ADVERTISEMENT