The Pasco Kiwanis Club plans to dedicate the covered shelter it built in Memorial Park at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 15. The park is at West Bonneville and 14th Avenue in Pasco.
There will be short ceremony followed by a pulled-pork dinner available for a fee.
"The Pasco Kiwanis are celebrating their 88th anniversary this year," said former Tri-City Superior Court Judge Duane Taber, chairman of the committee overseeing the shelter project. "We looked around the city and found we had not left our imprint on anything so decided to build the shelter."
The shelter is paved with bricks engraved with the names of people and businesses that donated to the project.