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Ice rink, baby

By Christine Simmonds | Feb 03, 2020
Courtesy of: Jay Feyler An ice rink takes shape behind Union Town Office Sunday Feb. 2.

Union — On Feb. 1 and 2, members of the Parks and Recreation Committee in Union began assembling a community ice rink on the ball field behind the Town Office.

The project had originally been proposed by Board of Selectmen Chairman Greg Grotton. When others expressed interest in moving the project forward, Grotton handed over the reigns.

Town Manager Jay Feyler said the rink will be ready for use “probably in a week.”

Feyler also said the water to fill the rink was provided by the Union Fire Department, and they will “need to add some more base as the ground is not level. Then more water.”

Members of the Parks and Recreation Committee in Union help fill the ice rink on Sunday Feb. 2. (Courtesy of: Jay Feyler)
Members of the Parks and Recreation Committee in Union help the ice rink take shape behind the Town Office on Saturday Feb. 1. (Courtesy of: Jay Feyler)
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Comments (1)
Posted by: Francis Mazzeo, Jr. | Feb 03, 2020 16:08

They should have just hauled the one from Harbor Park nobody uses to Union.

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