Cutting the ribbon on the ‘Fit Pit’


An official ribbon cutting was recently held at the Fit Pit at Harmon Park to celebrate the installation of exercise equipment now available to the public. The Fit Pit includes a horizontal rock climbing wall which is 16 feet long and eight feet high, pull-up bars, parallel bars, a balance beam that is 16-feet long and more. The fitness equipment was financed with a Try-This WV mini-grant and constructed by volunteers, many with the Point Pleasant Bike Trail (PPBT) committee, which also applied for the grant. Point Pleasant City Councilman Gabe Roush, pictured at top, second from right, after cutting the ribbon, helped found the PPBT committee and led the remarks at the ribbon cutting.


An official ribbon cutting was recently held at the Fit Pit at Harmon Park to celebrate the installation of exercise equipment now available to the public. The Fit Pit includes a horizontal rock climbing wall which is 16 feet long and eight feet high, pull-up bars, parallel bars, a balance beam that is 16-feet long and more. The fitness equipment was financed with a Try-This WV mini-grant and constructed by volunteers, many with the Point Pleasant Bike Trail (PPBT) committee, which also applied for the grant. Point Pleasant City Councilman Gabe Roush, pictured at top, second from right, after cutting the ribbon, helped found the PPBT committee and led the remarks at the ribbon cutting.

An official ribbon cutting was recently held at the Fit Pit at Harmon Park to celebrate the installation of exercise equipment now available to the public. The Fit Pit includes a horizontal rock climbing wall which is 16 feet long and eight feet high, pull-up bars, parallel bars, a balance beam that is 16-feet long and more. The fitness equipment was financed with a Try-This WV mini-grant and constructed by volunteers, many with the Point Pleasant Bike Trail (PPBT) committee, which also applied for the grant. Point Pleasant City Councilman Gabe Roush, pictured at top, second from right, after cutting the ribbon, helped found the PPBT committee and led the remarks at the ribbon cutting.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/05/web1_5.3-PPR-Fit-Pit.jpgAn official ribbon cutting was recently held at the Fit Pit at Harmon Park to celebrate the installation of exercise equipment now available to the public. The Fit Pit includes a horizontal rock climbing wall which is 16 feet long and eight feet high, pull-up bars, parallel bars, a balance beam that is 16-feet long and more. The fitness equipment was financed with a Try-This WV mini-grant and constructed by volunteers, many with the Point Pleasant Bike Trail (PPBT) committee, which also applied for the grant. Point Pleasant City Councilman Gabe Roush, pictured at top, second from right, after cutting the ribbon, helped found the PPBT committee and led the remarks at the ribbon cutting.

RECOMMENDED FOR YOU


10:34 am |    
Email address alert
9:18 pm
Updated: 4:02 pm. |    
Giving back by shopping big