Godfrey’s popular Glazebrook Park on Stamper Lane continues to see growth with the recent addition of a walking and biking path connecting the main section of the park to the new ball fields. In the years ahead, village park and recreation officials plan to continue expansion of Glazebrook and develop the rest of the land with more trails, athletic fields, picnic shelters, and parking.
Godfrey Park and Recreation Director Kimberly Caughran says as money becomes available, they hope to add fields that could support two sports:
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This Saturday will kick off the little league baseball, softball and t-ball seasons with the ribbon cutting at the new concession stand-restroom facility at the Glazebrook ballpark.
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