For nearly four decades, Clay Cottongim has been the Shelby County Parks system.
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 3:00 am (Updated: November 14, 3:01 am)
The stunning retirement announcement last week by Shelby County Parks Director Clay Cottongim has left us as startled and grasping at the future as we are sure it has those on the county’s parks board and its foundation.
Mr. Cottongim, it would seem, is the Shelby County Parks system. There are hundreds of people who contribute to the success of an admirable system, but this program has at the very least has been Mr. Cottongim’s foster child if not his actual baby.
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