Anna Hammes, 10, of Bellingham, plays disc golf at Cornwall Park. The park traces its origins to 1909, when the children of Pierre Barlow Cornwall, a San Francisco industrialist with business interests in Bellingham, donated 65 acres for a park to honor their father.
Anna Hammes, 10, of Bellingham, plays disc golf at Cornwall Park. The park traces its origins to 1909, when the children of Pierre Barlow Cornwall, a San Francisco industrialist with business interests in Bellingham, donated 65 acres for a park to honor their father. LUKE HARRIS THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Anna Hammes, 10, of Bellingham, plays disc golf at Cornwall Park. The park traces its origins to 1909, when the children of Pierre Barlow Cornwall, a San Francisco industrialist with business interests in Bellingham, donated 65 acres for a park to honor their father. LUKE HARRIS THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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September 06, 2007 09:25 PM

UPDATED September 13, 2007 04:37 PM

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