Goodbye party for Nick Teverbaugh, salute to Graves family this weekend in Hideaway Park
The Town of Winter Park will be hosting a special community picnic to acknowledge the past present and future of our community, beginning at 1 p.m. June 13, Saturday. There will be a dedication of the Graves Family river area. The Graves family founded Hideaway Park. Hideaway Park was developed and built by L.O. “Doc” Graves, a merchant in the Valley since 1922. Hideaway Park grew rapidly and now is our present town of Winter Park.
The Town of Winter Park will also honor Nick Teverbaugh, who served as mayor for 26 years. We will celebrate his many years of service to the town and community at large. There will be an official ribbon cutting for Hideaway Park by Mayor Jim Myers and town council members. With the newly renovated park the ribbon cutting will represent the future of Winter Park. It will be a great way to recover from your walk/run on the Fraser River Trail with Habitat Hobble. A light lunch and refreshments will be served.
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