Skateboarding competition aims to keep York Co. teen’s memory alive

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It's been more than eight years since a York County teen was struck and killed by a car while skateboarding.

Members of the community are now coming together to help keep his memory alive.

A skateboarding competition will be held Saturday to raise money for the 'Reid Menzer Memorial Skate Park.'
The park was built in 2008 in honor of the teen, with hopes of giving skateboarders a safe place to do what they love.
There will also be food vendors and live music for folks to enjoy all day.
Organizers say the money raised will go to maintaining the park year round in an effort to help keep Reid's memory alive.
For more information on Saturday's event, click here.

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