The Rotary Club of Redmond will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony at this Thursday to celebrate the completion of renovations to the park's 73-year-old picnic shelter.
As Redmond Patch , the rotary donated $15,000 toward the $107,755 renovation project, which replaced several rotted timbers and part of the structure's roofing. The shelter's stone chimney structure was also refurbished.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony will begin at 1 p.m., following a rotary club meeting at noon. Anyone is welcome to attend the rotary meeting in addition to the ceremony; if you would like to attend, contact Erica Erdozain at firstname.lastname@example.org for information on ordering a box lunch.
The park is located at 7802 168th Ave. NE in Redmond.
For more information on the Anderson Park picnic shelter project, check out our earlier story by .
—Information from a rotary club news release and earlier Patch reports