Beaver Creek Community Hall is looking for a name for its new park. FACEBOOK PHOTO

Beaver Creek club looking for name for new park

The Beaver Creek Community Hall is holding an online contest

Beaver Creek Community Hall is hosting a unique contest on Facebook. With a little bit of imagination, you could be the one to name their brand new community park.

The park, located next to the hall at 8505 Beaver Creek Road, has been under construction for almost two years and the grand opening is scheduled for Sunday, May 5 during the annual Spring Fling and Growing Things event.

READ: Beaver Creek club begins work on new playground

In the meantime, the community hall is holding a contest on its Facebook page to pick out a name for the new park. To enter, comment on this post with your idea, then “like” the names you like the most. The three ideas with the most likes will go to the club for the final decision. By entering, you have a chance to win tickets to a community hall event. Everyone is welcome to enter.

The contest closes on Monday, March 18 at noon.

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