The Foundation for the Park would not only like to take this opportunity to update the Nordonia Hills community as to what has been accomplished in the Park this year but to thank those whose generosity made it possible.
Three conflict monuments were placed.
The Korean War Monument;
The World War 2 European–African–Middle Eastern Theater Monument donated by the residents of Sagamore Hills; and
The World War 2 Asiatic–Pacific Theater Monument donated by James and Kathryn Krasnicki
Killed-in-Action bricks of those known residents that died in combat were laid around a granite battlecross. It is surrounded by a restored wrought iron fence from the Northfield Macedonia Cemetery.
Cement Masons Local #404 and Barry DiJulius, an instructor for the Local, have completed the Pathway of Freedom and the platforms for the conflict monuments. HGE Concrete Supply in Walton Hills generously donated the concrete used.
Two picnic tables have been donated this year: one from Robert & JoAnne Zarle and one anonymously.
The beautiful lawn was achieved by Hydroseeding Contractors.
French drains were installed to keep the Park from being a pond during the rainy season.
The Park sidewalks and grounds were graded to meet ADA requirements.