Located On Highway 67 and Robinson Street — It Is A Work In Progress — It was started through the love, hardwork and dedication of Werner and Eleanora Harsch. It Is Filled With Beautiful Roses All Planted By These Two Wonderful Individuals. The Garden Is Being Cared For By Two Wonderful People In The Community . . . Roy and Jody Smith! THANK YOU ROY AND JODY!!!!
Located On Robinson Street Next To The Miles Messenger This Is A Miles Preservation Authority and Miles Economic Development Project.
- There have been four trees planted in the park. The trees were planted in memory of:
1. Beverly Jeschke by Vernon, Adela and Jane Jeschke; and Michael Branch, Phyllis Jeschke, and Charlotte Jeschke Branch 2. Pat Jeschke and Tommy Jeschke by Harley Jeschke, Ann Jeschke, Paul and Barbara Jeschke, and Travis Jeschke 3. Vicki Schwertner by Sylvester and Carolyn Schwertner and Curtis and Karen Glass 4. Elton and Mildred Huckabee by Ruth Mannen (Cissy Huckabee) 5. Ira and Myrtle Hart by the Honorable Judge Royal Hart and his wife, Virginia; and their three children Sheryl Garza; Linda Garrahan; Kristi Paul.
- Memorial Wall
- There was a crepe myrtle placed in the park. It was planted in memory of:
Vicki Schwertner by Mark and Vanessa Schwertner Sklenarik, Mike Schwertner and Blake Schwertner
- Irrigation system in memory of:
Frank and Katherine Penkert & Max and Mathilda Penkert by Terry Penkert
- Bird bath and three hummingbird plants: (for their three daughters) in honor of
Virginia Winderdahl Hart:
by Sheryl Garza; Linda Garrahan; and Kristi Paul.
- Cement bench in memory of:
The Honorable Judge Royal Hart by his wife, Virginia Winderdahl Hart, and their three daughters, Sheryl Garza; Linda Garrahan; and Kristi Paul.
Miles Young Farmer Show Complex
The Miles Young Farmers worked diligently to build a show barn for our local 4-H and FFA students. As time has progressed . . . the community has asked to use the facility for other events. It had no heating, cooling, flooring, restrooms or kitchen. It was just a barn with a caliche floor. The group has now added a cement floor, a kitchen with microwave, stove and refrigerator (these were donated by the Miles Young Homemakers) and restrooms have been added. A $5000 grant from the Federal Land Bank Association helped with the purchase of tables and chairs. In addition to all of the hard work by the members of Miles Young Farmers, the Miles Preservation Authority committed to a $2000 payment annually for nine years to help with the other items needed. This is an extremely nice facility that is available for rent.
For Information On Renting This Facility Please Call: Glen Heard