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Park Board gives nod to sawmill sculpture aid
Naperville Park Board members approved a Knoch Knolls sculpture partnership agreement with the Century Walk Corporation this past week, which will help offset the cost of the new Knoch Knolls sawmill sculpture now greeting visitors as they enter the nature center that will be formally dedicated next month.
Sept. 15 12:42 p.m. |




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