Peter Igo Park re-emerges in Marshfield

 From Marshfield High’s carpentry class, from left, seated, are Angel Ricci, CJ Lennox, Branden Dunn and Brian Long. In back are Tom Greland, instructor, Kiernan Foley and Matt Boudreau. They’re outside the shed they built for the park.

From Marshfield High’s carpentry class, from left, seated, are Angel Ricci, CJ Lennox, Branden Dunn and Brian Long. In back are Tom Greland, instructor, Kiernan Foley and Matt Boudreau. They’re outside the shed they built for the park.

About $500,000 worth of upgrades are almost complete at the 17-acre park at Marshall Avenue and Dyke Road, which opened in 1972 as an ode to sports enthusiast Peter Igo.

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Keith HayComment