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Wilhelmina Barnhart Park
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the Wilhelmina Barnhart Park with red yucca growing around a large stone at the park’s corner
the Wilhelmina Barnhart Park with red yucca growing around a large stone at the park’s corner
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one of two lamp posts backlit by the sun
one of two lamp posts backlit by the sun
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the butterfly sculpture on a small hill opposite the large stone
the butterfly sculpture on a small hill opposite the large stone
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a single bench near the base of one of the lamp posts
a single bench near the base of one of the lamp posts
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a tree branch with a colorful mural in the background
a tree branch with a colorful mural in the background
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At Corpus Christi and St. Mary’s, is Beeville’s smallest, and least known, park. But what the Wilhelmina Barnhart Park lacks in size, it makes up in charm ­— decorative lamp posts, an outdoor mural, sculpture and a bench, all serenaded by birds and accented by red yucca. In layout it’s a mirror image of Jack Base Park, with its Margaret Moser Butterfly Garden, just east of the Community Center. The two are like bookends to the Center; both parks are gifts of the Joe Barnhart Foundation.

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