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By Nancy Heins-Glaser
Special to Village News 

Art bench installed at Live Oak Park


Last updated 1/27/2021 at 1:59pm

walking bridge

Village News/Nancy Heins-Glaser photo

At Live Oak Park, follow the path beyond the baseball diamond over the little bridge to find a perfectly cool and natural respite spot to " take a load off your puppies."

When Jim Lyle purchased one of the art benches at the Save Our Forest auction November 2020, he had Live Oak Park in his mind. Lyle has dedicated several volunteer years to clearing poison plant species, cleaning out weed overgrowth and repairing the footbridge to welcome visitors to the cool and natural spot.

Because the bench he bought was painted by recognized natural world artist Neill Ketchum – replete with flora and fauna – the park was a perfect spot for it.

The Fallbrook Garden Club, of which Lyle is a member, will supply native plants to enhance the surrounding area. The plaqu...

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