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Friends of Keney Park receives $215,000 grant from Hartford Foundation to support hiring an executive director

Located in Hartford’s North End, Keney Park is the city’s largest park and includes playing fields, woods, a golf course and meadows. Created in 1896 and with nearly 700 acres, it is one of the largest municipal parks in New England. The park is built on land given to the city by Henry Keney, a wealthy grocery wholesaler, in 1893. It was designed by the renowned firm of Olmsted, Olmsted, & Eliot.

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