Chatham marks a double ribbon cutting day

Two ribbon cuttings were held at Crellin Park in Chatham Saturday, October 31—one to mark the official opening of the new Crellin Park Pavilion and one for the upgrades to the Chatham Skate Park. Town Supervisor Donal Collins (pictured l in group photo) made introductory comments at the pavilion ribbon cutting, but gave credit to his predecessor, Maria Lull (second from l) under whose administration the pavilion was planned and funded. Town Councilman Kevin Weldon (center), who is co-chair of the town Parks and Recreation Department, cut the ribbon. The Chatham Skate Park completed its first phase a decade ago. Over the summer, the skateboard park had several modifications, including new features, more surface area and lighting. The work was done by a group of skateboarders who call themselves T.I.T.T.E. or Throw In The Trowel East. Trying out the newly expanded park is skater and park constructor Tiger Coleman, bottom. Photos by David Lee 

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