Ann Arbor News, October 11, 1961
NEW PARK SHELTER: Ann Arbor's newest park shelter should be completed in two to three weeks. It is the Summit St. shelter at the Summit playground in north-central Ann Arbor. The shelter, being built at a cost of $6,288, is in the north-west corner of the 200-130-foot playground that is bounded by Depot and E. Summit St., N. Fourth Ave. and the Peters Sausage Co. It will have toilets, a storage room and open space under a roof that can be enclosed during the winter to serve as a warming room of ice skaters.
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Audrey Monagan was born in Ann Arbor in 1941, and grew up in a close-knit, predominantly black neighborhood on North Fifth Ave. She remembers attending Bethel AME Church with her grandparents, spending time at the Dunbar Community Center, and helping raise her younger siblings. She attended Jones School and Pioneer High School before working for General Motors, where she was an inspector for eighteen years. Mrs. Monagan has been married to her second husband, Philip, for 48 years.