Lee Ann LaBore

When Lee Ann moved from her home with a large garden to an urban neighborhood, she instantly became a park enthusiast. Recently becoming a post-career professional, her career was in the retail and wholesale grocery business as a corporate sourcing manager and merchandiser. Her tenacity and leadership skills are evident as co-chair of the Friends of Mears Park as well as on the Conservancy board. She is a member of the Capitol River Council Public Realm committee and volunteers for the American Red Cross as a blood drive leader.

Despite her ongoing battle with the downtown squirrels, Lee Ann finds our small but dynamic downtown parks are magnets for neighbors to get involved in the community, build friendships, and have a great time keeping our city vibrant and beautiful.

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A special shout out to Wacouta Commons Park Volunteer Franco (and dog Beau), who made it into the Pioneer Press "Sainted" column for his work at the park. Tireless gardener (and unoffficial park security), Franco makes this jewel of a park shine for everyone! #welovevolunteersđź’• #lovesaintpaulparks #partneringforparks ... See MoreSee Less

A special shout out to Wacouta Commons Park Volunteer Franco (and dog Beau), who made it into the Pioneer Press Sainted column for his work at the park. Tireless gardener (and unoffficial park security), Franco makes this jewel of a park shine for everyone! #welovevolunteersđź’• #lovesaintpaulparks #partneringforparks

Such a beautiful day to open a huge, beautiful new park! CongratulationsSaint Paul Parks and Recreation and Ryan Companies US, Inc. ! #partneringforparks ... See MoreSee Less

Such a beautiful day to open a huge, beautiful new park! CongratulationsSaint Paul Parks and Recreation and Ryan Companies US, Inc. ! #partneringforparks

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Join us this Thursday, Aug. 11, from 6:30-8:30pm for the the Mississippi River Learning Center Community Meeting: Reviewing updated, single design concept. Hear from project partners about this transformational space that will connect people to the river year-round!
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A great day for Saint Paul Parks and Recreation at Mt Airy Boys & Girls Club opening the new soccer mini-pitch with @mnufc Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan Mayor Melvin Carter Target The Sanneh Foundation and @mls . This is Target's 100th mini-pitch in the country, helping meet our shared goals for great parks and rec facilities in EVERY NEIGHBORHOOD. The stars today were the kids ready to play and learn. Their hand-painted messages around the windscreen offer plenty of inspiration! #partneringforparks ... See MoreSee Less

A great day for Saint Paul Parks and Recreation at Mt Airy Boys & Girls Club opening the new soccer mini-pitch with @mnufc Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan Mayor Melvin Carter Target The Sanneh Foundation and @mls . This is Targets 100th mini-pitch in the country, helping meet our shared goals for great parks and rec facilities in EVERY NEIGHBORHOOD. The stars today were the kids ready to play and learn. Their hand-painted messages around the windscreen offer plenty of inspiration! #partneringforparks
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