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Bridget Allison Pier Playground Dedication
Please join us on Saturday, May 13th at Coral Reef Park for the Bridget Allison Pier Playground Dedication in memory of Bridget, daughter of our former (and first) Village Clerk, who passed away in 2011. Bridget was born on May 13, 2004 and attended Coral Reef Elementary School, which adjoins the park’s playground area. The playground dedication will be held on her birthday to honor her memory. Last year, Councilwoman Cunningham held a Kids Town Hall at Coral Reef Park to gather ideas for the new playground equipment from our smallest stakeholders, many of whom still remember Bridget.
Guest speakers, including members of her family, will open the dedication ceremony at 9 am. There will also be activities for kids like face painting, a balloon artist, and performances by the chorus group from Coral Reef Elementary School and the orchestra from Southwood Middle School. Stay tuned for more details as the date nears!
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is scheduled to begin a roadway construction project the week of May 22, 2017 along State Road (SR) 992/SW 152 Street/Coral Reef Drive from SR 821/HEFT/Florida’s Turnpike to SR 5/US 1/South Dixie Highway. Click
here for the scope of work and lane closure information.
Calling all parents! Online registration for Summer Camp and Tennis Camp is now open open and is also be available at the Coral Reef Park Tennis Window! For your convenience, please click here to download the required forms for your child to participate in this year’s Summer Camp. Feel free to fill them out in advance to bring with you on the first day of camp; they will also be available on-site. You can also view our summer camp calendar here. If you are interested in registering your child for either camp, check out our summer camp parent survival guide.
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