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Community support is at the heart of the Reid Menzer Memorial Skatepark. The entire park was funded and continues to be maintained completely through the support of community contributions.

About the Park

All his life, Reid told family and friends that he wished there was a skate park in York. Inspired by his untimely death, leaders of the York Community created a park in his memory that offers a safe place for skaters of all skill levels to do what they love.

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About Reid

Reid Evans Menzer died on January 22, 2006 when he was struck by a car while riding his homemade street luge. At age 14, Reid had a wisdom and generosity of spirit that touched many people.

Reid knew that happiness in life comes from exploring what you genuinely love – something he did with exuberance. From building his first “skatepark” at the age of 10 to learning to grind on a homemade rail, his passion of skateboarding began at a very young age...

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Reid Menzer Memorial Skatepark Will Participate in Give Local York on Friday, May 1, 2020

Greetings Skatepark Community – My, do we find ourselves in challenging times. As Give Local York 2020 approaches, I wanted to give you a heads-up on our participation in that campaign.

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His life was what it was. Because children grow up, we think a child's purpose is to grow up. But a child's purpose is to be a child. Nature doesn't disdain what lives only for a day.
It pours the whole of itself into each moment. We don't value the lily less for not being made of flint and built to last. Life's bounty is in its flow, later is too late.
Was the child happy while he lived? That is a proper question. The only question.
Tom Stoppard - "The Coast of Utopia"