Grand Bay-Westfield is a special place, not just because of views like this one, but also because of the sense of community. We’re feeling the love today because the Town of Grand Bay-Westfield has generously donated $15,000 towards the Play Park Project![Read more…] about Thank you to the Town of Grand Bay-Westfield
We are pleased to announce that Crane Mountain has generously donated another $10,000 towards the Play Park Project! They have been so supportive of the Play Park Project and have given a total of $30,000 to help create a play space for families of the Grand Bay-Westfield greater area. We are so grateful to live in an area where we feel such support from the community. Thank you Crane Mountain!!
On May 12th a team of volunteers led by Beth Jones and Raye Ann Hayes hosted a fundraiser for the Play Park Project, a Royal Tea Party! Believe it or not, this event was bigger and better than last year’s tea party, drawing a sold-out crowd of 120 attendees![Read more…] about Royal Tea Party Fundraiser
Let me tell you, this support for the Play Park Project almost slipped under my radar… and I’m the one trying to coordinate this whole endeavour! A staff member from Dowd roofing has quietly approached our pastor before several fundraisers and asked to purchase tickets to the event that can then be given to people who may not be able to afford to come.[Read more…] about Quiet support: Dowd Roofing
It was as simple as picking up the phone. I have been overwhelmed by the terrific support of our local Lion’s Club for the Play Park Project. It all started by calling Larry Burns, the President of the Grand Bay-Westfield Lion’s Club.
After a brief and friendly conversation, I was given permission to come and present to the group about the project at one of their regular meetings. Honestly, it was a really nice way to spend an evening. The Lion’s Club members made me feel so welcome, and they took a genuine interest in the project.[Read more…] about Thank you Grand Bay-Westfield Lion’s Club!
We’ve just received word that the Play Park Project has received $5,000 from the Wiggin’s Foundation. This Foundation works to support children and youth in the Greater Saint John area. The Play Park Team wants to say a huge thank you for this support!