Posted: Nov 02, 2013 1:12 PMUpdated: Nov 02, 2013 1:12 PM
Oak Park Dedicates Panther Park
The Oak Park Community Association and the City of Bartlesville officially opened and dedicated Panther Park on Saturday morning. In a ceremony attended by City Manager Ed Gordon, Vice Mayor Ted Lockin, Park Planner Lisa Beeman and many citizens of the area the ceremonial ribbon was cut by Oak Park Community Association President Tisha Harris and City Councilman and Past President of the OPCA Eddie Mason. The park is located on the north end of the old Oak Park Elementary School grounds. Chuck Parkin planted an oak tree in the park to recognize the Arbor Day celebration. The event was marked by an Oldies & Goodies car show, a display of fire trucks and other emergency vehicles and a Bicycle Rodeo organized by Rudy Geisler. The OPCA provided free hot dogs and cookies for everyone. The weather was a beautiful crisp fall day and everyone attending had a good time.
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