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Dozens Attend Groundbreaking for Freedom Park

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March 18, 2015
Dozens Attend Groundbreaking for Freedom Park

A couple dozen citizens, young and older attended the groundbreaking Tuesday evening for Freedom Park in Packard Woods. The all-inclusive playground has been a dream of Tony Gamble’s for a number of years.  Seeing his youngest son who is disabled watch as the other children ran and played on the equipment at the park...
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Contractor Selected to install Playground Equipment for Freedom

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March 17, 2015
Contractor Selected to install Playground Equipment for Freedom

Monday evening the Plymouth Park Board conducted a special meeting to award the bid for the instillation of the news playground equipment for the new all-inclusive Freedom Park in Packard Woods. Earlier this month two bids were opened for the project.  Recreation Insites from Fishers presented a base bid of $167,698.66 while Sinclair Recreation...
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Plymouth’s All-Inclusive Playground, Freedom Park Moving Forward

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January 12, 2015
Plymouth’s All-Inclusive Playground, Freedom Park Moving Forward

Mike Reese from The Troyer Group appeared before the Plymouth Park Board this month to update them on the all-inclusive playground, the Freedom Park project in Packard Woods. The construction documentation for the project has been proceeding on schedule. Troyer is working on getting all the bid contracting work under that amount the $290,000. ...
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Freedom Park Playground Equipment Arrives

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December 2, 2014
Freedom Park Playground Equipment Arrives

Plymouth Park Superintendent Mike Hite updated members on the new playground equipment for Freedom Park at Packard Woods. In September the park board was approached by the Freedom Park committee with the idea of moving the all-inclusive playground from Centennial Park to Packard Woods so they wouldn’t encroach on the Blueberry Festival. They also...
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Park Board Moves on Construction Documents for Phase I of Freedom Park

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November 4, 2014
Park Board Moves on Construction Documents for Phase I of Freedom Park

Monday evening members of the Plymouth Park Board decided to move forward with the construction documents for phase I of Freedom Park with The Troyer Group. Last month the park board took the step to move the all-inclusive playground from Centennial Park to Packard Woods while the city council approved funding for phase one...
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City Council Approves Additional Appropration of $292,193 for Freedom Park

October 13, 2014
City Council Approves Additional Appropration of $292,193 for Freedom Park

Monday night the Plymouth Common Council approved an additional resolution in the amount of $292,193.00 for Freedom Park. Tony Gamble, one of the founders of the Freedom Park committee explained the relocation of the all inclusive playground from Centennial Park to Packard Woods. It was noted that the park is a low traffic area...
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Freedom Park Fundriasing Car Show this Sunday Rain or Shine

October 13, 2014
Freedom Park Fundriasing Car Show this Sunday Rain or Shine

This Sunday, October 19th from 8 am to 3 pm, Mancino’s Grinders and Pizza will be hosting the 3rd Annual Freedom Park Car Show. This event is held as a fundraiser for the all-inclusive playground that will be built in Packard Woods in Plymouth beginning next spring. Open to all cars, truck and motorcycles,...
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All-Inclusive Playground to Move to Packard Woods

October 6, 2014
All-Inclusive Playground to Move to Packard Woods

Mike Reese from the Troyer Group appeared before the Plymouth Park Board Monday evening with a schematic drawing of the all-inclusive “Founders Park” playground relocated in Packard Woods. In July, the tornados that came through Plymouth dropped a large tree on the existing playground structure at Packard Woods destroying the play equipment. The city...
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Plymouth Park Board Approves Color Run for Freedom Park

July 10, 2014
Plymouth Park Board Approves Color Run for Freedom Park

With a bit of hesitation the Plymouth Park Board approved the request of Tony Gamble to use the Young Amphitheatre, Centennial Park and Greenway Trail for a color run to benefit Freedom Park, the all-inclusive playground being planned for the area near the Hoosier Old Wheels Pavilion. During the meeting on Monday Gamble explained...
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Freedom Park Hosting Community Input Night

April 6, 2014
Freedom Park Hosting Community Input Night

04/07/14 The Freedom Park Committee will be hosting a Community Input Night at the Plymouth Public Library on Monday, April 7th from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Laramore B room.  Everyone is invited to stop by to learn about the Freedom Park project, view renderings of the proposed park, ask questions and to...
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