August 24, 2018 (Moscow, Idaho) —
The City of Moscow Parks & Recreation Department invites you to the Lola Clyde Park Sign Dedication, August 29th
at 10:00 A.M. The park is named after Lola Gamble Clyde, a Moscow native who was a teacher, farmer, and active community member. A photo of Lola was featured in a National Geographic article titled “A Paradise Called the Palouse” in 1982. Members of the Clyde family will be present to commemorate their sign dedication.
Join us to dedicate the Lola Clyde Park Sign and to view the conceptual plans for the park’s future development. This event is free to the public and light refreshments will be provided. Located on the Northeast corner of North Polk Extension and Rodeo Drive.
For more information contact Kellisa Owens at email@example.com