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Fargo residents invited to first-ever state of the parks forum

Event attendees will have the opportunity to discuss the Fargo Parks Sports Complex, Island Park Pool and Master Plan, Yunker Farm Park Master Plan, recreation programs and the district’s recent strategic plan and reorganization.

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FARGO — The Fargo Park District is hosting the community’s first State of the Parks public forum at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 6.

Free and open to the public, the event will be held at the Dakota Medical Foundation, 4141 28th Ave. S. Fargo.

Fargo Park District Executive Director Dave Leker will reflect on the past year, celebrate the district’s accomplishments and explore future initiatives.

Event attendees will have the opportunity to discuss the Fargo Parks Sports Complex, Island Park Pool and Master Plan, Yunker Farm Park Master Plan, recreation programs and the district’s recent strategic plan and reorganization.

Registration is required. Those interested can register at FargoParks.com prior to Dec. 3.

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While registering, the parks district encourages people to submit items of interests and their questions, which will used to facilitate a question-and-answer portion of the event.

A virtual viewing will be available to those unable to attend in person, streaming on YouTube and Facebook. A recording of the event will be available afterwards as well.

Related Topics: FARGOFARGO PARK DISTRICT
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