GREENVILLE – The local Lowe’s Heroes group again has pulled together for the community in assisting the Darke County Park District in adding a bike repair and rest station at its new Bish Discovery Center located on Ohio Street in Greenville.
Local Lowe’s employees Julia Crosby, Kenny Gross, Jimmy Kinnison, Dean Pflieger, Noah Waymire and Doug Littman helped design as well as supplied the materials and manpower to build the station shell in time for the grand opening of the Bish Center in July.
“The bike station, which now provides shade, bike racks and a fixit rack with a tool set and air for bicycle repairs, was also partially funded by the Harry D. Stephens Memorial,” said Deb Shiverdecker, administrative assistant for the Park District.
A water bottle filler station will be added in the near future.
Benches are available at the center for weary trail users to rest on, providing a rest stop for the Tecumseh and Greenville Creek trails, which run nearby.
Darke County Park District thanked the local Lowe’s Home Improvement Store for its continued support of the community.