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Phase 3 - Park renovations
The Primrose memorial park is the heart of our small community. We take pridein the upkeep of our playground equipment, picnic shelter, picnic tables, and overall groundskeeping.
The memorial/flagpole was made in 1948 by the Primrose boy scouts including a bronze plaque which lists the 3 Primrose service men killed in action during WWII. The families of LeRoy Jones, Ronald G. Michel and Herbert G. Skelton, donated the plaque in their memory.
On June 16, 2002, during the Primrose Centennial, a second bronze plaque was added with the names of 3 Primrose service men killed in WWI – Maximillion Joseph Foltz, Raymond Dugan and Thomas Samuel Kinnier, along with Eldon (Cookie) Waymire who was killed during the Korean Conflict. On the back of the memorial is a bronze plaque, that was dedicated in memory of the 4 victims of the May 8, 1965 tornado. Lorrell Oleson, Wayne Oleson, Myrtle Edens Barry and Sarah Ann McBride.
The Village of Primrose’s 2017 Big Give project is continue with Park renovations. Our goal, is to plant new trees, landscape around the picnic shelter area, and put a new border around the playground equipment jungle gym