Banners Painted by Francis Scott Key Students On Display at Rash Field Construction Site

| November 25, 2020 | 0 Comments

New banners painted by Francis Scott Key Elementary/Middle School students were hung this week on the construction fence at Rash Field. The banners are part of an initiative by Waterfront Partnership to build excitement for the redevelopment of the Inner Harbor park.

Three student-painted banners, as well as a “Ready, Set, PLAY” banner painted by Waterfront Partnership, are now on display. There will eventually be 15 park-themed banners created by students at Baltimore City Recreation & Parks Student Learning Centers Sinclair at Lane Elementary, William Paca Elementary School, Farring-Baybrook Recreation Center, Lakeland Elementary/Middle School, Dorothy Height Elementary School, and Calvin Rodwell Elementary School.

In a statement to SouthBMore.com, Waterfront Partnership said: “This fun campaign is meant to build excitement for the park and serve as a reminder that this park was designed for families and youth across Baltimore City. Construction continues to stay on track for a 2021 opening.”

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