Solomon hosts ribbon cutting for Max Myers playground multi-sports space

PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 14 – State Rep. Jared Solomon, D-Phila., today hosted a ribbon cutting at Max Myers playground for its new multi-sports space.

Last year, Solomon’s office was able to secure $100,000 for the city of Philadelphia Parks and Recreation to build a sports space.

Solomon was joined by The Sports Creative Founder Joe Hewitt, Co-Founder and CEO Drew Chafetz, City Councilmember Quetcy Lozada and Philadelphia Parks and Recreation Interim Commissioner Orlando Rendon.

“The new multi-sports space at Max Myers will provide children in northeast Philadelphia a place where they can socialize and stay active,” Solomon said. “I’m glad that I was able to secure this funding and work together with so many great partners to transform this space to benefit our community.”