Ryan Hay, 12, of Waterford was the driving force behind the new skate park at Waterford’s Beard Park. He approached city officials, went before the council and parks and recreation commission, and solicited donations to get the funding started. The city finished it last month and will dedicate it March 14.
Ryan Hay, 12, of Waterford was the driving force behind the new skate park at Waterford’s Beard Park. He approached city officials, went before the council and parks and recreation commission, and solicited donations to get the funding started. The city finished it last month and will dedicate it March 14. Jeff Jardine jjardine@modbee.com
Ryan Hay, 12, of Waterford was the driving force behind the new skate park at Waterford’s Beard Park. He approached city officials, went before the council and parks and recreation commission, and solicited donations to get the funding started. The city finished it last month and will dedicate it March 14. Jeff Jardine jjardine@modbee.com

Jeff Jardine: Skate park catalyst, 12, knows Waterford City Hall

February 28, 2015 12:59 PM

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