The contest to name the park on Oddville Avenue is over and a winner has been named.
Out of the 11 entries, Veteran’s Park came out as winner with the most votes - 269 to be exact.
The recreation task force of the Harrison County Tomorrow project came up with the idea to have a contest to name the park and nominations were taken over the summer.
“Because it’s a public park, we wanted the public to have a chance to vote on it,” said committee member Kristin Grenier.
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