By Robert Taylor
The Rotary Club of Oconee County recently dedicated six permanent BBQ pavilions at with a cookout and ribbon-cutting ceremony. The club’s year-and-a-half-long project took more than 200 hours of volunteer labor, and commemorated the organization’s 30th anniversary in Oconee County.
A mammoth-sized rock, donated by the club’s first president, Jack Curtis, marks the area which is in the back of the park. The pavilions feature concrete bases, structured roofs, BBQ grills and trash cans, and are free for public use.