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The beautiful new picnic pavilion was dedicated at Hunter Park on Thursday August 31st. The pavilion is a joint effort of the City and the Douglasville Masonic Lodge #289. The structure replaces one that was damaged by the flood of 2009, and the Douglasville Lodge contributed almost 23% of the pavilion construction price.
Rain forced the celebration to move to the ballroom at Ike Owings Community Center, but Douglasville Parks & Recreation Director Travis Landrum said, "the construction of this pavilion will benefit everyone by providing the residents and visitors to Hunter Memorial Park an additional amenity to further enjoy their time here."
The new pavilion will be available to host a variety of small, intimate functions such as birthday parties, family gatherings, social events and more.
Email Ashley Byrd for more information.
Back Row L - R: Parks Director Travis Landrum, Councilman Mark Adams, Councilman Sam Davis, Councilman Chris Watts, representatives from Douglasville Masonic Lodge #289.
Front Row L - R: Mayor Rochelle Robinson, Douglasville Masonic Lodge #289 President Kyle Hollis, Mayor Pro Tem Larry Yockey, representatives from Douglasville Masonic Lodge #289.