Grace Baptist Church contributes to Elizabethton’s ‘Friends of the Parks’ program

Published 10:43 am Thursday, August 3, 2023

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Elizabethton’s Grace Baptist Church recently took part in the Elizabethton Parks and Recreation, Friends of the Parks program. Grace Baptist dedicated its time and effort to beautifying public spaces like Franklin Pool, the Elizabethton welcome sign, and Covered Bridge Park. Their ongoing commitment to helping the community through volunteering is truly commendable.

For several years now, Grace Baptist Church has participated in the Friends of the Parks program. The church has played a significant role in enhancing the beauty and appeal of public spaces, making them more enjoyable for residents and visitors alike. Their hard work and dedication undoubtedly contribute to Elizabethton’s overall well-being and attractiveness.

“We appreciate the wonderful work that Grace Baptist Church did for the citizens of our community,” said Mike Mains, Parks and Recreation Director. “This is a great example of giving back to your community and truly shows a ministry that sincerely cares about their friends and neighbors.”

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The Friends of the Parks program is an excellent initiative that allows community members and groups to make a positive impact and actively participate in enhancing the local parks and recreational areas. It’s a fantastic way for individuals and organizations to get involved and show their love and support for the community.

If others or different groups are interested in contributing and getting involved in similar beautification projects, they are encouraged to contact the Elizabethton Parks and Recreation Department through the provided contact number, 423-547-6441. Volunteering benefits the community and provides a fulfilling experience for those who choose to participate.