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By Whitney Wyatt/The Red River Sun—
CHILDRESS – Chains and caution tape have been removed from Childress playgrounds and basketball and tennis courts in Fair Park that have been closed because of COVID-19 for the past couple of months.
The Childress City Council voted on April 20 to follow State guidelines as it relates to activities in Fair Park, according to an update from Childress City Manager Kevin Hodges.
Effective June 1, the following activities are open and available at all City-operated parks: basketball courts, tennis courts, handball, tee ball, baseball, softball, disc golf, fishing, walking, jogging, running, fishing, soccer, football and all other normal park activities.
“As we receive updates from Governor Abbott and his Strike Force, we will use their guidance to determine further decisions for Fair Park operations,” Hodges said in his update. “If you have any questions, please visit us at City Hall or write your concerns on the City’s Website at: cityofchildress.com > Report > Parks.”