New playground, ballfield improvements cap project to renovate Denny Park in Ross |
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New playground, ballfield improvements cap project to renovate Denny Park in Ross

Tony LaRussa
Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Annie Holeczy, 2, and dad Jesse Holeczy of Ross have some fun during the grand opening of the newly renovated Denny Park on June 21, 2019.
Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Renovations at Denny Park in Ross Township included installation of new playground equipment as well as refurbishing the park’s ballfield. A party was held June 21, 2019 to mark the reopening of the park.
Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Jacob Hunt, 1, gets some help from his sister, Haley Hunt, 6, of Wexford during the June 21, 2019 celebration to mark the reopening of Denny Park, which recently underwent major renovations.

Ross Township marked the first day of summer and the completion of renovations at Denny Park by participating in an international celebration of music and hosting a party for residents.

Make Music Day is a celebration of music around that gives everyone from professional musicians to people who have never picked up an instrument a chance to gather and make music.

The event at the township’s newly renovated Denny Park was sponsored by Brighton Music Center in Ross, which was on hand to assist with instruments.

The event included performances by singer, songwriter and guitarist Elias Khouri as well as North Hills High School’s progressive jazz group “Fortissibros” featuring Tyler Workinger and Brianna Johnson.

The Make Music Day Celebration was followed by a party to celebrate Denny Park’s renovated playground and ballfield.

Tony LaRussa is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tony at 724-772-6368, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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