Dozens of skaters took to the ramps, pipes and bowls at the Foster Skatepark during an unseasonably warm November afternoon. People of all ages rode skateboards, scooters and bikes to slide, grind and get some air. The free facility on the east side of Foster Park near Washington Street has been a popular destination ever since it opened nearly a year ago. The project cost over $425,000 and was designed and constructed by Hunger Skateparks, which is co-owned by Kokomo native Bart Smith.
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