Putnam County, TENNESSEE – According to the officials, the new “Hope Park” is located in the 2020 Tornado zone on North McBroom Chapel Road.
Putnam County Mayor Randy Porter announced that the park was built totally from donations made by local businesses and over 100 individuals.
The new park is a place of peace and hope for a community that experienced so much devastation, he said.
Special thanks to John Albertson and the Putnam County Parks crew for working so tirelessly to make this happen.
Also TENNGREEN for generously organizing all the fund raising efforts.
Putnam County Mayor Randy Porter released the following statement:
“I want to specifically thank some of our local businesses who donated so much in monetary, materials and labor to make this a reality:
- Lowe’s Corporation-$90,000 grant for the Pavilion
- Automation Tool Company
- Cummins Filtration
- Holloway and Sons Construction
- TTI Floor Care
- TN Farmer’s Insurance Agencies
- Middle TN Truss
- Ferguson Plumbing Supplies
- Square One Roofing
- Sunbelt Rentals
- Barky Beaver Mulch
- Randy Jones – Putnam County Highway Dept
- Walker’s Sod Farm
- Warren County Nursery
- Vaughn’s Monument
- Life Church
- The River Church
- Larry Suggs
The park is open 7 days a week from sunrise to sunset. What a great addition to our community!”