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Ribbon Cutting Event for 10,448 Square Foot Splash Pad in City of Palm Coast

After two years in the making, the City of Palm Coast’s Holland Park phase two renovations are complete!

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MEDIA ADVISORY – City of Palm Coast

Written By: Kimberly Norman, Public Relations Associate

May 13, 2021


Ribbon Cutting Event for 10,448 Square Foot Splash Pad in City of Palm Coast

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Palm Coast – After two years in the making, the City of Palm Coast’s Holland Park phase two renovations are complete! While the playground construction has been finished for a few months now, the splash pad is now ready for the community to enjoy.

What: Holland Park Splash Pad Ribbon Cutting

Who: Speakers include Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland, Chief of Staff of Citizen Engagement Lauren Johnston, and BBI Construction Project Manager Ben Grikstas.

When: Friday, May 14, 2021 at 9 a.m.

Where: Holland Park (pavilion closest to restrooms)

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Photo/Video Opportunities: Ribbon-cutting with local and state dignitaries, and a ceremonial push-button device to turn on the water

ON SITE MEDIA CONTACTS:

Brad West:

bwest@palmcoastgov.com

Kimberly Norman:

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904-476-2060 (phone number for media only)

knorman@palmcoastgov.com

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