The Ensign Community Club built and maintained the Enger Park Little League Field at the dead-end of West 13th Street, just below “The Boulevard.” Fans flocked to the games and parked along neighborhood streets and on Skyline Parkway to see games play out below. Along with the field was a basketball court that doubled as a tennis court. The neighborhood built the field and maintained it for about 15 years.
The Hills and the Bordsons were two sisters and their husbands with a dozen kids amongst them. Ken Page who lived up the hill couldn’t figure out which kid was from which family as the kids were back and forth between the two houses and didn’t necessarily eat meals at their own place.
I am seeking out folks who may have grown up in the neighborhood in the mid-1960s to later in the ’70s. You can email me directly at gibbsjudy @ aol.com. I would love to have a conversation! Apparently there were about 50-60 kids in the neighborhood at that time. Would love to hear from anyone!
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