Former Coconino County Supervisor Liz Archuleta To Have A Park Named After Her In August – KAFF News – Flagstaff

Former Coconino County supervisor Liz Archuleta is having a park named after her. Coconino County Parks and Recreation says they are renaming the Sawmill Multicultural Art and Nature County Park in August after the longtime board supervisor. Archuleta served on the board for 24 years. Parks and Recreation and The Literacy Center worked together to create a storybook path at the park that features the book “Marisol McDonald Doesn’t Match,” by local author Monica Brown. Visitors may read the pages on pedestal displays along the path, and the story is available on audio, in English, Spanish, and Navajo, through a QR code. Willow Bend Environmental Education Center received a Heritage Fund Grant to build an ADA accessible, watchable wildlife platform there are well. A ceremony will be held Saturday, August 13th from 10 am until 1:30 pm at the park at 703 East Sawmill Road In Flagstaff.

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