25 August 2020 - Warsaw’s Rotary Park was dedicated Friday as the project for the new park nears its completion. A ribbon cutting was held with the help of the Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce to dedicate the park.

The park at the corner of West Market Street and West Center Street serves as several things according to Rotary Club President Bruce Woodward. It is a focal point for the Warsaw bicycle community and he said it is also a welcome into Warsaw if you are coming in on the west end.

Woodward said the park also commemorates the Rotary Club’s 100th anniversary, which was started in 1919. The park project started five years ago and cost more than $100,000.