Rose Park's Best Friends

Sharia Shanklin, the new director of D.C. Department of Parks and Recreation, and John Stokes of DPR with David Dunning, president of Friends of Rose Park.
Robert Devaney
Sharia Shanklin, the new director of D.C. Department of Parks and Recreation, and John Stokes of DPR with David Dunning, president of Friends of Rose Park.

An impressive group of supporters gathered at Tudor Place for the Rose Park Fall Party Oct. 24.

"The vision for Rose Park reflects a clean, safe and attractive natural open space where families gather and play, neighbors walk their dogs, commuters pass through, and sports are played," the groups says. Rose Park is between P Street and M Street, NW, bounded by 26th and 27th Streets and by Rock Creek Parkway. Its facilities include three tennis courts, a basketball court, a baseball diamond, two playground areas and substantial open space. Friends of Rose Park, Inc. is a volunteer non-profit, dedicated to Rose Park. It works with the neighborhood, the D.C. Department of Parks & Recreation and the National Park Service to make Rose Park a valued community resource.

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