Lions Club member and grill master Darrell Lemmon, at right, greets Holyoke City Superintendent Mark Brown at the hamburger lunch Friday, May 18. The Lions Club invited City employees to an appreciation meal for their work on the Mini Park. — Johnson Publications
After years of being in limbo, the Lions Club Mini Park at the southeast corner of the Denver Street and Interocean Avenue intersection is something the City can be proud of. — Johnson Publications
Lions thank City crews, hope to see Mini Park become ‘cornerstone of community’
Since its completion in November 2017, Holyoke residents have enjoyed the reconstructed Lions Club Mini Park at the southeast corner of the intersection of Denver Street and Interocean Avenue, and it’s now time for the employees of the City of Holyoke to get the recognition they deserve.
Lions Club members served an appreciation lunch to City crews at the Mini Park Friday, May 18, to thank them for their massive amount of work on the project.
“We hope it becomes the cornerstone of the community,” said Lions member Darrell Lemmon.
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