Quarry Park displays two granite monuments
Quarry Park and Nature Preserve in Waite Park, Minnesota, last month received two new granite monuments, according to SCTimes.com.
One of the monuments has been placed near the park’s display of a stiffleg derrick, which the park demonstrated during the town’s summer festival.
The other monument is a sculpture constructed of diamond pink granite mined from a nearby quarry. It stands near the park’s entrance.
The sculpture was created by Vermont artist George Kurjanowicz.
Coldspring donated the stone.
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