Lacrosse Field Grand Opening At Teton Trails Park Jan. 26 At 10 A.M.
Officer Alyn Beck Memorial Park Grand Opening Jan. 31 At 10 A.M.
The community is invited to join Mayor Pro Tem Michele Fiore to celebrate two grand openings at parks in Ward 6 this month. Join Mayor Pro Tem Fiore Sunday, Jan. 26, at 10 a.m. at Teton Trails Park, 7850 Bradley Road, for the grand opening of the Jeremy Mitchell Huber Lacrosse Field. Enjoy a lacrosse demonstration, the unveiling of the dedication plaque and refreshments as we honor the memory of Jeremy Mitchell Huber.
Jeremy Mitchell Huber fell in love with lacrosse at age 12. His life was cut short Jan. 26, 2015, at the young age of 18. “Huber’s memory, passion and dedication to the game he loved will forever be remembered,” said Mayor Pro Tem Fiore. “It was an honor for our community to name the lacrosse field for him on behalf of his family, friends and teammates.”
The public also is invited to the grand opening of the new Officer Alyn Beck Memorial Park at 9220 Brent Lane Friday, Jan. 31, at 10 a.m. Join Mayor Pro Tem Fiore for a memorial statue unveiling, meet the sculpture artist, hear from Sheriff Joe Lombardo and enjoy refreshments with your neighbors. The new 10-acre park, built by Rafael Construction and funded by Skye Canyon developer Olympia Companies, features a lacrosse field, soccer fields, basketball court and shaded playground with benches for families.
“Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Officer Alyn Beck was killed in the line of duty Sunday, June 8, 2014,” said Mayor Pro Tem Fiore. “With full hearts, we will pause to remember him and his family.”