Anyway, Shaw Park factoids:
- Established in 1935, it is the city of Clayton's oldest park
- It is also the largest park in Clayton, at 47.47 acres.
- The park was established by then-Clayton mayor Charles Shaw, who was given credit for leading Clayton through the Great Depression in the 1930s. (I don't know if he was any relation to Henry Shaw)
- Areas of the park include 10 tennis courts, 9 ball fields, 3 playgrounds and two sand volleyball courts.
- Special places inside Shaw Park include the outdoor Aquatic Center, which has an Olympic-sized pool, an adult fitness area, and some gardens including the Century Garden.
The cake, as done by Rich Brooks. He definitely shed some light on the location on this one:
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|Back side of the cake|
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Official website through the city of Clayton's site
231 South Brentwood Blvd., CLAYTON, MO, 63105
Cake artist: Rich Brooks
Cake sponsored by: Town & Style
UPDATE (9/4/2016): The cake was sold at an auction from the Clayton Century Foundation, where the proceeds went to enhancing the city of Clayton. The auction ran throughout the month of February 2015, in which both the Shaw Park and Hanley House cakes were being bid on. It ended on February 27, and now both cakes are on private property.