Summary: Purchase and Install 4 benches along the path in Yesness Park, circling the pond.
The City of Casper was gifted the Harry Yesness Park in 1961 (originally part of the historic CY Ranch). It is a .60-mile loop surrounding a stocked, fishing pond. It is partially paved and located near 3 senior-housing communities as well as 2 Skilled Nursing Facilities. The Trail has an average grade of >5% there are 2 areas that are at 12%, the Trail is accessible however, there are no areas to rest along the path. In keeping with its mission to enrich the lives of seniors in the Casper area, Reveille Rotary wishes to continue with our Benches for Seniors program and install 4 benches along the Path. In addition to support from a District 5440 Grant, Reveille Rotary will finance the project. The total estimated project cost is $8,200 and the District is being asked for $3,100 of support. The cost of the benches has more than doubled over previous years, likely due to materials also doubling in price. The club members will assemble the benches, pour the concrete pads and install the benches working in conjunction with the City of Casper. The project is anticipated to be completed in 2022.
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