After school the skaters from Pueblo H.S. and the neighborhood take over.
In the evening the seniors and everyone else go out to walk and play.
The lights stay on till 10:00 pm and then a neighbor locks the gate and the new bathrooms.
The land is leased by the St. John's to the City. The County's Neighborhood Reinvestment Bond funds have paid for most of three phases of development. This is the way a church, school, neighborhood, and public entities work together. The catalysts: Pima County Interfaith and Southern Arizona Interfaith and the persistent leaders from St. John's.