Friday, April 30, 2010

W.C. Klitzing Memorial Heritage Park

Klitzing Park, locally known as "the train" park was the site of the "old" school, the original wing being built in 1904 as a High School. A new wing was added in 1928, making it a combination Grade/High School. It became the Grade School exclusively when the "new" High School opened for the 1953/1954 school year. The last year the "old" school was used was for the 1975/1976 school year. It was demolished several years later and the ground was made into a park. Some of the play equipment is still being used--notice the monkey bars and the merry-go-round! The basketball court is still there, plus the tennis court, which is now used by skate-boarders.

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