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 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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The sun is out at Swede Hollow Park for Art In The Hollow ! Visitors are enjoying the chance to interact with the new history signs that go up in October, and giving us their ideas for future park programs. #partneringforparks #artinthehollow ... See MoreSee Less

The sun is out at Swede Hollow Park for Art In The Hollow ! Visitors are enjoying the chance to interact with the new history signs that go up in October, and giving us their ideas for future park programs. #partneringforparks #artinthehollow

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The signs are wonderful! They will add so much to this beautiful and historic park. Thank you, Saint Paul Parks Conservancy for taking on this project!

Hello friends! Come join us at Art In The Hollow at Swede Hollow Park! #partneringforparks ... See MoreSee Less

Hello friends! Come join us at Art In The Hollow at Swede Hollow Park! #partneringforparks

Happy National Public Lands Day! “There is in fact no distinction between the fate of the land and the fate of the people. When one is abused, the other suffers.”
— Wendell Berry
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Happy National Public Lands Day! “There is in fact no distinction between the fate of the land and the fate of the people. When one is abused, the other suffers.”
— Wendell Berry
#nationalpubliclandsday2021 #partneringforparks

This is weekend is perfect for a walk or bike ride to City House and a tasty New Belgium Brewing beer. $1 from every pint sold in Sept supports our Saint Paul parks. See you there@ #partneringforparks ... See MoreSee Less

This is weekend is perfect for a walk or bike ride to City House and a tasty New Belgium Brewing beer. $1 from every pint sold in Sept supports our Saint Paul parks. See you there@ #partneringforparks
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The Saint Paul Parks Conservancy
is a 501(c)(3) organization.

Federal EIN 26-2788415

CONTACT

651-300-7876
office@stpaulparks.org

1611 County Rd B West Ste 315
Saint Paul, MN 55113