August 10, 2018
Parks and Recreation
CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VA — The concession building at Ettrick Park has been dedicated in honor of Dr. Samuel Busch, a local physician who has worked in the community for more than 40 years.
The Samuel E. Busch Concession Building was recently renovated, and the dedication on Aug. 7 during the park’s annual National Night Out celebration was a surprise to Dr. Busch.
Dr. Busch has assisted in the birth of more than 5,000 children as a practicing physician. He promotes education and opportunities for youth to be involved in the community.
“It is truly an honor to acknowledge the good that Dr. Samuel E. Busch has brought to this community with little to no fanfare,” Steve Elswick, who represents the Matoaca District on the Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors, said during the ceremony.
Watch the video about the dedication ceremony.
Photo: Steve Elswick, Matoaca district representative for the Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors, joins Dr. Samuel E. Busch, his wife, Dr. Joyce Busch, and his daughter, Susan B. Bell, in celebrating the dedication of the concession stand at Ettrick Park in Dr. Samuel Busch’s honor.