Big Bucks for Dog Park
Ten-thousand dollars is going to the dog park project, donated by Henry Schwaller IV in honor of this grandparents, Henry and Juliette Schwaller. The elder Schwaller recently passed away
Perez says the donation moves the project within $4,000 of meeting the goal of $33,000 for Phase One.
“Phase 1 would cost $32,845.17 and include fencing for a 1-acre area, a staging area, a finished parking lot, and other park amenities,” explains Perez. “Phase 2 will cost $42,269 and will include the fencing for a five-acre area. And Phase 3 will cost $33,686 , to include the installation of additional amenities for the park. ”
FHDP volunteers have held three fundraisers this summer and have two more planned for this summer and fall.
All donations are processed by the Heartland Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Greater Salina Community Foundation.