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  • Last update: August 6, 2013 - 4:07 PM

Contributions from the Burnsville Lions are helping with parks improvements in Savage, officials say.

A new steel roof on the Trost Park shelter is expected to require less maintenance and resist vandalism. The shelter is used for picnics in the summer and a warming house for skaters in winter. Part of a $12,500 donation from the Lions covered the cost.

Lions funds are also improving Hollywood Park near historic downtown Savage. This fall, there will be a new border around the playground area and more open space.

 

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