Shelter house planned for Felson Park


Greening Greater Greenfield (G3), with the help of grant money, is planning to build a shelter house for Greenfield’s Felson Park. G3 members gathered on Monday for a ceremonial groundbreaking at the site. G3 members pictured are (l-r), Debra Crago, Shari Royse-Bellar and Sam Bowers. While the building slab on which the shelter house will sit will be funded by G3, money for the building itself is thanks to grant money. Volunteers are need for the project and anyone interested can contact Bowers at 740-505-0142.


Greening Greater Greenfield (G3), with the help of grant money, is planning to build a shelter house for Greenfield’s Felson Park. G3 members gathered on Monday for a ceremonial groundbreaking at the site. G3 members pictured are (l-r), Debra Crago, Shari Royse-Bellar and Sam Bowers. While the building slab on which the shelter house will sit will be funded by G3, money for the building itself is thanks to grant money. Volunteers are need for the project and anyone interested can contact Bowers at 740-505-0142.

Greening Greater Greenfield (G3), with the help of grant money, is planning to build a shelter house for Greenfield’s Felson Park. G3 members gathered on Monday for a ceremonial groundbreaking at the site. G3 members pictured are (l-r), Debra Crago, Shari Royse-Bellar and Sam Bowers. While the building slab on which the shelter house will sit will be funded by G3, money for the building itself is thanks to grant money. Volunteers are need for the project and anyone interested can contact Bowers at 740-505-0142.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_GroundBreaking.jpgGreening Greater Greenfield (G3), with the help of grant money, is planning to build a shelter house for Greenfield’s Felson Park. G3 members gathered on Monday for a ceremonial groundbreaking at the site. G3 members pictured are (l-r), Debra Crago, Shari Royse-Bellar and Sam Bowers. While the building slab on which the shelter house will sit will be funded by G3, money for the building itself is thanks to grant money. Volunteers are need for the project and anyone interested can contact Bowers at 740-505-0142.
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