Photos: Mclntosh Park Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Albion Mayor Victoria Garcia-Snyder, Albion College President Joseph S. Calvaruso ‘78 and Albion College Alumni Mike Sequite ’75, along with others from the community, gathered together to cut the ribbon (Photo by Cynthia Ramirez).

Mclntosh Park is located in Albion just two miles away from the Albion College campus. Mclntosh Park was named after James Mclntosh, Albion’s first Black city councilman. On Saturday, the city held its ribbon cutting ceremony opening up the new $2 million playground project which includes restroom facilities, a picnic shelter, a splash pad, and more.

 During the ribbon-cutting ceremony, there were speeches from Albion College President Joe Calvaruso ‘78, Albion College Alumnus Mike Sequite ‘75, and the mayor of Albion Victoria Garcia-Snyder who thanked Tony and Christy DeNicola for their generous donation to this project.

Mclntosh Park’s new project, the splash pad and playground project, opened to the Albion community for kids to play. Mike Sequite ‘75 stood in the playground as kids were playing (Photo by Cynthia Ramirez).
Albion Mayor Victoria Garcia-Snyder gave a speech at the Mclntosh Park ribbon cutting ceremony. (Photo by Cynthia Ramirez).
President Joseph Calvaruso ‘78, giving a speech at the Mclntosh Park ribbon cutting ceremony thanking the DeNicola family on behalf of the College (Photo by Cynthia Ramirez).
Alumnus Mike Sequite ‘75 and his wife, Karen Sequite, attended the ribbon cutting ceremony at Mclntosh Park and gave a speech on behalf of Tony and Christy DeNicola (Photo by Cynthia Ramirez).

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