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Crosslake parks, community center topic of Aug. 18 program

Plans for two new parks, an ice hockey rink, a paved path for walking, running and biking within the Crosslake Community Center grounds, a possible expansion of the library and more will be shared

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CROSSLAKE — T. J. Graumann, Crosslake's director of parks, recreation and library, will present "Crosslake’s Parks and Community Center: Patchwork Past, Fab Future" from 1:30-3:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 18, at the Crosslake Community Center.

This Chautauqua presentation is free.

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Graumann will trace the evolution of the community center from its 1973 beginnings until now. Words and archival photos will depict the progress of 50 years. From its unlikely location to the human-caused fire that ravaged it in 1994, its story is one of surprises and perseverance.

Graumann will share plans for two new parks, an ice hockey rink, a paved path for walking, running and biking within the community center grounds, a possible expansion of the library and more.

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