KTH further enhances KTH Park with their first step in their beautification process. Already greatly appreciated by the Shelburne Community, KTH Park located on Homestead Drive is a very well used baseball field and green space during summer and during winter, is the location of an out door rink. One of KTH’s business practices has long been to promote green space and nature. In commemorating 20 years of production in Shelburne, and at no expense to the Town of Shelburne, KTH continues to enhance the park, on this occasion presenting the Town of Shelburne with a memorial stone that is nestled among beautiful Cherry Trees. Further beautification plans will include an arch way signage, and the replacement of posts along the parkway with more beautiful trees.
“KTH presents Town Council with Memorial Stone commemorating 20 years in production, KTH unveiled the first step in the revitalization of KTH Park. Plans are already progressing to next year changes which include the replacement of posts with in excess of 40 non-fruit bearing Cherry trees, ” explained, Shane Hall, KSM SVP/ Plant Manager.
.(LtoR) Shelburne Councillor’s Steve Anderson, Wade Mills, Walter Benotto, Shane Hall, KSM SVP/ Plant Manager, and KTH President, Tony Kozawa.
The above photo generously provided by Shane Hall, KSM SVP/ Plant Manager.
The above photos taken by Alex McLellan, The Shelburne Freelancer.