Portrait of slain UC Berkeley honors student Rodrigo “Rod” Rodriguez. Early next year, the city will open a new soccer field behind Oak Park Community Center, a few blocks up Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard from where Rodriguez was shot. It will be a safe haven for young people in Oak Park and so the city, led by Councilman Jay Schenirer, plans to name the field after Rodriguez, a young man who showed other neighborhood kids the way.
Portrait of slain UC Berkeley honors student Rodrigo “Rod” Rodriguez. Early next year, the city will open a new soccer field behind Oak Park Community Center, a few blocks up Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard from where Rodriguez was shot. It will be a safe haven for young people in Oak Park and so the city, led by Councilman Jay Schenirer, plans to name the field after Rodriguez, a young man who showed other neighborhood kids the way. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Portrait of slain UC Berkeley honors student Rodrigo “Rod” Rodriguez. Early next year, the city will open a new soccer field behind Oak Park Community Center, a few blocks up Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard from where Rodriguez was shot. It will be a safe haven for young people in Oak Park and so the city, led by Councilman Jay Schenirer, plans to name the field after Rodriguez, a young man who showed other neighborhood kids the way. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
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Oak Park field honors young man who showed the way

November 16, 2014 03:41 PM