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Parks foundation awards spring grants
Monday, June 28, 2021 by Tai Moses
T.A. Brown Neighborhood Park, Springwoods Neighborhood Park and Deep Eddy Community Garden are the recipients of Austin Parks Foundation’s 2021 Spring Community Grants. The three parks will receive a combined $102,000 for the “installation of connection walks, equipment, a new kiosk, the rebuilding of dilapidated storage sheds and more.” Ladye Anne Wofford, the foundation’s chief mission officer, explained in a news release, “Amenities like tables, benches and kiosks in our parks and green spaces are essential. We are proud to financially support these projects that will allow for much-needed park improvements benefiting communities across Austin. Our parks have been a respite over the past year, and we know these improvements will allow for our community to continue to enjoy them.”
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