Posted: December 19 - 2021

Rotary Club of Nelson Daybreak is pleased to report that the Rosemont (Art Gibbons) Multigenerational Park Project continues to welcome visitors not only to the playground but now on the paved walkways around the playground and into the forest. The City plans to install the new wheelchair-accessible picnic tables and park benches along the walkways over the winter. Early spring, work on the new shade shelter will commence which will invite citizens to be able to rest and watch the skateboarders and kids on the playground in relative shaded comfort. Landscaping for the entire playground area is in the City maintenance plans to finish off the area.

Rotary Club of Nelson Daybreak was delighted to receive a Certificate of Recognition presented by Mayor John Dooley and Nelson City Council on December 14th for the volunteer fundraising and work with the Rosemont (Art Gibbons) multigenerational park. Way to go, Nelson Rotary Daybreak.

Newer entry: "Nelson Friends of the Family"
Older entry: "Rosemont Park Update"

Member: David Cheatley

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