Guns and Park

September 14, 2021 | | Leave a Comment

The unfortunate death of a local man leads to a new joy ride for local kiddies in City Park.

The city parks and recreation department announced the installation of an 11,000 dollars’ worth of children’s play equipment donated by the late Robert T.F Ho and his recently widowed wife, whose donation was kept anonymous until just two days ago.

Ho was a local merchant who owned and operated Quick Stop Laundry located on the fifth avenue. In an interview with the Central City Tribune, Mrs. Ho stated “Robert always enjoyed watching the kids play in the park across the street. He felt sorry for the kids who had to wait to use the equipment, especially the little ones.”

The city plans to develop a series of “educational rides” for the use of the public with the money donated by the Ho family.


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