Indian Head's Spray Pad Set for 2013.

This Year's Focus is FUNdraising!

The Town of Indian Head Dixon Park Revitalization's Spray Pad Committee (Spray Pad Committee) members have their eyes on the prize! They are determined Indian Head and area residents will have a state of the art spray pad next year. This year they're mixing innovation with variety and adding fun to fundraising for next year's spray pad.

 

From broomball tournaments and an outdoor movie night, to caberets and a medieval feast, then coordinating a local craft show and raffling one year of staples like weekly bread and milk sponsored by local businesses, raising spray pad funds is clearly bring in the dough.

 

"We're 60 per cent there!" says Jill Clark, vice chair of Indian Head's Spray Pad Committee.  "And our newest campaign is 100 for 100. We're asking one hundred families to contribute one hundred dollars each to the project. By next spring we hope to be ready to build it (spray pad)."

 

"The Community Initiatives Fund grant we received was our tipping point." says Clark. "At just the right time it gave us--and Indian Head's residents adn businesses--the confidence we needed. It somehow validated our project and bolstered our already solid community support!"

 

Through its Community Vitality Program Capital Projects grant the Community Initiatives Fund provided $20,000 in support of developing Indian Head's spray pad.

 

Indian Head is 70 km (44 mi) east of Regina along Highway #1.

Photos credit:  Town of Indian Head

 


 


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