Why having “freedom” is so amazing! By Tiffany Chuong ENGL 3120 Final Project Dr. Holmes
Key Point #1: Parks aregreat places for exercise, meet for picnics, and playing. Key Point #2: Without parks, we wouldn’t have enough trees to give us air to breathe.
There’s no place better to relaxand feel free.Swing to the sky! Slide fasterthan the wind!
McCurry Park’s wide expanseof open space is often used notonly for simply enjoyment, butfor events like soccer games,archery tournaments, andmore. Without a park like this,people would probably feelcaged in their own homes ifthey couldn’t stretch once in awhile.
Small and peaceful, great forwalking, jogging, running, andbiking!Let your energy walk, jog, run,and bike like the wind!
Patriot Park is fairly new, havingbeen built only but a few years ago.Since then, however, theneighboring neighborhoods haveused it non-stop because of thesidewalks built into them leadingstraight to the park. Teens, youngadults, and adults are normallyfound here on a regular basis.
Watch the ball fly! Chasethe clouds!A park that provides softballand baseball fields forpractice and normal play.
Kiwanis Park is most oftenused for baseball and softballpractice, but anyone cancome here to play in the wideopen space. It’s the secondoldest park next to McCurryPark.
Credits…. Dr. Ashley Holmes for the Project Idea The APA for research points (Website: http://www.planning.org/cityparks/briefingpa pers/communityrevitalization.htm) McCurry Park, Kiwanis Park, and Patriot Park for pictures! Music, “Deep Forest,” by Do As Infinity ENGL 3120: Electronic Writing & Publishing class.Thank You!!!