With Passage of 5A, District Begins Preparing for Park Improvements
The Board of Directors and staff at EPR want to thank the Elizabeth Community for your support of continued funding for the District. As a result of this continued funding, the Board is now hard at work planning a variety of park improvements for 2018 and beyond, including a splashpad!The Board has also elected to pay off the District’s debt this December, a year earlier than scheduled, and will save over $4000 in interest payments. Thanks again to all the voters who believed that parks and recreation programming are important factors impacting the quality of life in the Elizabeth Community. As the stewards of your parks and recreation programs, we look greatly forward to being fiscally responsible with your tax dollars and responsive to your expressed needs and desires!
Coyote Creek Concerts is part of Elbert County Music and Art, a 501c3 non profit providing support for and promoting music and art education and activities in the county.
The sound system is all pro audio components, set up like a big studio monitor system, in stereo. Stage monitors are excellent. It sounds great, both to the audience and the artists, and is far better than what artists usually have to endure. The sound engineer is a gold record, award winning professional.
Coyote Creek Concerts is a small, intimate venue with superb sound and a really appreciative audience. Thank you for your interest in Coyote Creek concerts.
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Helping our Feathered Friends
.Cole Morse, a local scout, recently installed a bunch of bird houses along the trail in Evans Park as a service project, and we wanted to be sure to give him a big shout out while encouraging everyone to take a look the next time they are at the park. The bird houses were installed along the trail by the pond. THANKS COLE!!!