City Manager John Schaefer and San Marino Heritage President Shirley Jagels walked through the Lacy Park Rose Arbor on Friday, Sept. 25 to determine the next steps for repair or replacement of the structure.
Beginning Monday, Aug. 17, Lacy Park will be closed due to park improvements including rehabilitation of the inner loop, new restrooms and enhancements to the playground area. It will be closed until the end of October.
Last Thursday evening’s championship game of the Lacy Park Fastpitch Softball League featured all the hallmarks strung together from seven decades of lively participation; skilled athleticism, debatable rules interpretations, good-natured banter and – most importantly – a whole lot of fun.
The venerable Rose Arbor at the west entrance of Lacy Park is in need of extensive renovation, if not complete replacement, due to severe weathering and dry rot.
This year’s San Marino Motor Classic Gala was bigger than ever. Since the goal is to raise money for charity, the event done on a grander scale would help to raise even more money, said Paul Colony, a co-founder of the motor classic.
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The City of San Marino will host their annual Memorial Day recognition on Monday, May 25 in Lacy Park beginning at 9:00 a.m. There is no admission charge and the ceremony is open to the public. Veterans and their families are especially encouraged to attend.
The San Marino Firefighters Association will once again host their annual pancake breakfast this Saturday, May 16 in Lacy Park from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon.