Tyler Bishop, 15, of Burton skates at the freshly painted skateboard  park at Naval Heritage Park in Port Royal on Monday. The town has spent  $70,000 to repaint the park, which was showing wear from the elements  and  graffiti. The town and a local church plan to make further  improvements. "The park looks really nice," Bishop said.
Tyler Bishop, 15, of Burton skates at the freshly painted skateboard park at Naval Heritage Park in Port Royal on Monday. The town has spent $70,000 to repaint the park, which was showing wear from the elements and graffiti. The town and a local church plan to make further improvements. "The park looks really nice," Bishop said. Delayna Earley, The Beaufort Gazette
Tyler Bishop, 15, of Burton skates at the freshly painted skateboard park at Naval Heritage Park in Port Royal on Monday. The town has spent $70,000 to repaint the park, which was showing wear from the elements and graffiti. The town and a local church plan to make further improvements. "The park looks really nice," Bishop said. Delayna Earley, The Beaufort Gazette

PHOTO: Skater enjoys skateboard park renovation in Port Royal

October 23, 2012 07:13 PM

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