Not letting an act of vandalism hold’em down, those who raised money to build a quality disc golf course next to the Toledo Library, only to discover the next day it was destroyed, are again asking the community to donate, but this time to rebuild.
The Disc Golf group got sponsors for all 9 holes of the course and they proudly watched as each hole was created. At day’s end they all went home believing that the next day they’d be able to enjoy a sunny day next to the library becoming proficient in one of the fastest growing competitive sports that costs next to nothing to enjoy. Disc Golf.
But the next morning they found all the pipes and catching devices pulled out of the ground and then just dropped on the grass. After a few days, after everyone cooled off, they announced that if the person responsible for the vandalism would simply step forward and confess, the group would not press charges – as long as the culprit helps to resurrect the course.
But to rebuild it they’ll need concrete again, preferably something called Quick-crete which dries rather fast. They say fourteen 90 pound bags of it should do the job. Those who might be in a position to donate the concrete should call one of the Disc Golf boosters at 503-812-2016.