Zinn Park Splash Pad Dedication

Today, at Anniston’s Zinn Park, Anniston Mayor Vaughn Stewart, members of the Community Foundation, and members of the Anniston City Council gathered for the opening of the city’s new splash pad. The mayor was also joined by other city officials, the Anniston Police Department, parents, and children of all ages to dedicate the new Zinn Park Splash Pad. The Zinn Park Splash Pad is part of a collaborative effort that began with the construction of a new playground and is made possible by the City of Anniston, the Stringfellow Health Fund, and the Community Foundation of Northeast Alabama. City officials say the splash pad is one expression of how Anniston is choosing to build on quality projects that will impact the community for generations to come.

The City of Anniston wants to continue the fun times for its community with the second annual Heritage Music Festival Saturday in Zinn Park featuring a free kids zone and vendor booths from 1:00PM until 5:00PM, and live music throughout the day wrapping up at 10:15PM. Musical acts will include Daybreakk, Whodini, and Cameo.

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