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La Cienega Park

La Cienega Park

On Tuesday the City of Beverly Hills’ Community Services Department unveiled a new pavilion of outdoor fitness equipment at La Cienega Park. The ribbon-cutting also marked the grand opening of the Delicious Snack Company snack bar, serving hot and cold foods in the park seven days a week. The equipment’s manufacturer, Greenfields, had trainers and representatives on-hand to help park patrons get acclimated to the new amenity. The fitness equipment is free and available during regular park hours. Pictured (from left): Greenfields’ Representative Debra Olson, Community Services Director Steve Zoet, Councilmember Dr. Julian Gold, Recreation & Parks Commission Vice-Chair Howard L. Rosoff, Recreation & Parks Commission Chair Robert S. Anderson, Councilmember Lili Bosse, Recreation & Parks Commissioner Susan Gersh, Recreation & Parks Commissioner Simone Friedman, Planning Commissioner Alan Block and the students of Beverly Hills Community Service Department’s preschool program at La Cienega Park.

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