City plans to build a “Safety City”
Photo Above – Sonya Picuri (Parks Board member), Cara DeToro (Parks Board member), Stephen Cooper (Lou Wollam Chevrolet) and Dave Christner (Chairman of the Parks Board) accepting a check for $15,000.00 from Lou Wollam Chevrolet and the Chevy All-Stars towards the construction of Safety City
The Cortland Parks and Recreation Board plans to accept the Safety City Committee’s recommendation to construct a Safety City!
This will be an interactive space at Pearl Park designed to educate young children on safety. There will be street signs, miniature buildings and hopefully working traffic lights. Constructing such a project takes a great deal of planning, effort and contributions. Please consider donating. Below are links for more information:
The city thanks the following individuals, businesses and organizations for their very generous donations. We appreciate your support!
$15,000.00 – Lou Wollam Chevrolet and the Chevy All-Stars
$ 5,026.68 – NEO Junk Removal
$ 5,000.00 – 717 Credit Union
$ 2,000.00 – Walmart
$ 1,000.00 – Masonic Lodge #529
$ 1,000.00 – Four Seasons Garden Club
$ 1,000.00 – Mosquito Lake Dent Repair LLC – Tad Jablonski
$ 1,000.00 – Lions Club
$ 500.00 – L.O.A.F
$ 500.00 – Cortland Christian Church
$ 500.00 – Cortland Moose Lodge
$ 250.00 – Middlefield Bank
$ 100.00 – Mr. & Mrs. O’Patchen
$ 25.00 – Sharon Rodgers
$32,901.68 Total raised toward $52,000 goal!