PORT EDWARDS – Ripple Creek Park is ready to be the house of a brand new canine park.
The Port Edwards Village Board accepted the creation of the park Tuesday. The village volunteered the house to Associates of Scentrail Bark Group Park Inc., a bunch that has spent greater than a 12 months on the lookout for a spot for a brand new canine park after the Tails ‘n Trails park in Wisconsin Rapids closed in September 2019.
The park can be positioned close to within the northwest nook of Ripple Creek Park, which provides parking spots and an area away from residential areas. The park additionally connects to the village’s strolling trails.
Associates of Scentrail Bark Group Park is now working to lift the $30,000 wanted to supply fencing, seating and pet waste containers on the canine park. Anybody fascinated about donating to the park can accomplish that at paypal.me/FriendsofSBCP or use SBCPTreasurer@gmail.com to donate via Paypal.
Individuals may also mail a test to Associates of Scentrail Bark Group Park, Attn: Treasurer, PO Field 272, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495. Individuals ought to embrace “Canine Park Donation” on the memo line of the test.
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