Foundation grant covers gazebo with roof, paint

The gazebo in Corry City Park sparkles with a new coat of paint and a new roof. A grant from the Corry Community Foundation is paying for these and other renovations to the gazebo, which will be a center of attention during Corry’s 150th anniversary in a few weeks. Journal photo by Stephen Sears

The wooden gazebo in Corry City Park will sport its Sunday best for the city’s anniversary bash in June.

Thanks to a grant from the Corry Community Foundation, the gazebo has been fitted with a new roof and shingles, and freshened up with a shiny new coat of white paint. The cupola — the small structure at the very top of the gazebo — also is getting a makeover. And employees at the city garage are spiffing up the metal rooster that soon will be reattached to the highest peak of the cupola.

See the Journal’s Tuesday, May 24th edition for full story.

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