Town of Discovery Bay to Hold Poetry Contest – to Celebrate New Splash Pad

On Saturday, April 30, 2011, the Town of Discovery Bay CSD will be sponsoring the Grand Opening of the Ravenswood Splash Pad which is a zero-depth, interactive spray fountain.  The honor of cutting the Grand Opening ribbon will be awarded to the winner of a poetry contest!  All children who attend Discovery Bay Elementary School, Point of Timber Elementary School, Excelsior Middle School or All God’s Children Christian School are eligible.  The topic of the poem is: Parks Make Life Better!  The poem must be hand-written and can be no more than 150 words and must be submitted by Friday, April 15, 2011.  Entries can be mailed or dropped at the Town of Discovery Bay CSD District Office: 1800 Willow Lake Rd., Discovery Bay, CA  94505.
 

Construction of the new water play area is just about finished at Ravenswood Park in Discovery Bay.  Ravenswood Park, located at Cullen and Bronte Drives, is better known as “Pirate Park” to locals, due to it’s pirate ship-shaped play structure.  In addition, the park also features a play ground, large grass field, barbeques, picnic tables, and benches.
 
Cornell Park, in Discovery Bay is also under construction.  Check out all the details inside the next edition of the Delta Sun Times!

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