The city of Plymouth has a new park after a donation from a local philanthropic organization. The 12-acre Price Memorial Park was a gift to the Plymouth Board of Park and Recreation from the Ray L. Price Foundation.

The city describes it as a "fixture" that had previously operated as a private park for several years. The property includes a swimming and fishing pond, gazebo, picnic shelters, playground and a caretaker’s residence.

Mayor Mark Senter said "on behalf of the city, I want to express our deep gratitude to Bob Price and the Ray L. Price Foundation for their generous donation. Located just across the street from Plymouth’s flagship, Centennial Park, the addition of Price Memorial Park to our park system is a natural fit and is another positive development in the city."

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