This project was created to recognize the importance of our parks. Artists photographed visitors to the park, talked with them and incorporated their brief story into the plaques.
Plaque text: Fall is always a good time to come to the park. Especially when you’re with a best friend.
Aaron Lyman (left) and Trenton Kidd came to Herman Franks Park on a fall day in 1991 to throw a baseball and shag a few flies. “Sometimes it’s baseball, sometimes its Frisbee,” they say. But it doesn’t really matter what. It’s who that really matters.
The parks. They’re all about friendship.