Ribbon-cutting held for Ginger Creek park

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for the Ginger Creek Estates Park to officially welcome Baytown’s newest park. The park also has a playground and a trail, each named after two Baytonians that left a positive mark on the community - Juan Raul Cerino and Rayehasen Elizabeth Wilson. Some of their family members were present for the ceremony. 

Ginger Creek Estates Park received an official welcome with a ribbon-cutting ceremony with city officials and residents of the subdivision in attendance. 

The ceremony was held Sunday at the park at 3510 Pecan Grove Drive. 

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