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Riverside and parts of Corona and Norco. He later subdivided the land, and among those who purchased property from Hole was the Pacific Union Conference of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, which built what is now La Sierra University, just south of La Sierra Hills. New park La Sierra Hills residents will soon have a 23-acre community park, which is scheduled to open in 2012. Doty-Trust Park is under construction at the corner of Golden and Campbell avenues and is named in honor of Riverside police officers Dennis C. Doty and Philip N. Trust, who were killed in the line of duty in 1982. Doty-Trust Park will have a playground with a splash fountain water feature, basketball court and picnic shelters. The park also will have trail connections

The Doty-Trust Park is under construction.

to existing trails in the natural open space portion of the park, lighted walking and jogging pathways and parking lots. The neighborhood park will maintain 6.5 acres of steep and rugged terrain

as natural open space. Residents also frequent La Sierra Park, just south of the hills. It underwent a $28 million renovation and now has a new senior center.

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Abraham and Vanover took an idea, improved it and turned it into a wonderful gift to the community. Their engagement and buy-in is just the...

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Abraham and Vanover took an idea, improved it and turned it into a wonderful gift to the community. Their engagement and buy-in is just the...

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