Community Foundation Grant Helps Revamp Etna Green Park

Pictured from left are Etna Green town clerk, Laura Baker; town council vice president, Kevin Smith II; town council president, Todd Slabaugh; and Community Foundation Executive Director, Suzie Light.

ETNA GREEN — A grant through the Kosciusko County Community Foundation helped fund a new playground for Heritage Park, West High St., Etna Green.

Suzie Light, executive director of Kosciusko County Community Foundation, visited Heritage Park on Aug. 8 to present members of Etna Green’s town council with a check for $2,976.60. The funds helped cover the cost of the pea gravel and cement edging around the playground. The entire project cost $25,000.

The Foundation provides funds for a number of Etna Green causes, including the Etna Green Community Fund and the Etna Green Museum Fund. These funds are provided by generous donors.

For a list of the chamber’s causes and to find out how to donate, go online.

The new equipment provides a fresh new look to Heritage Park.

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