Umpqua delivers ice cream and dollars!
Thank you to everyone who made it out to the birdhouse event yesterday. It was a blast for everyone; children, dogs, and adults alike!
Friends of Magnolia Manor Park was able to raise over $700 through birdhouse kits and other donations – we thank you all for participating. AND a special thank you to UMPQUA BANK for not only providing ice cream at the event but also making a donation of $5000 to Magnolia Manor Park!
Friends of Magnolia Manor Park would also like to thank others who donated supplies and time to the event. We could not have done it without you:
Ace Hardware Magnolia
Citizens for Off-leash Areas (COLA)
Home Depot Aurora
Magnolia/Queen Anne News
Seattle Department of Neighborhoods
Seattle Public Utilities
Umpqua Bank Magnolia
Upper Crust Bakery
John and Kathy Carlson
Dee St. George
Cathy Van Dyke
Steering Committee of Friends of Magnolia Manor Park: Susan Casey, chair; Marilynn Sheldon and Toni Imfeld, vice chairs; Patty Bomba, secretary; Carol Burton, treasurer; Ron Bomba, George Tracy, LuAnn Mitchell, Monica Wooton
Friends of Magnolia Manor Park Publicity Sub-committee: Monica Wooton, chair; Eleanor Harvey, Eileen O’Keefe, Roni Danielson, Ron Bomba, Jon Wooton
Also if you did not make it to the event to get a birdhouse, don’t worry! We have more available through the website!
Just a reminder of our upcoming event this coming Sunday at the Park…should be fun!
Site Workshop will be there to walk us behind the fences to see the areas of planned expansion at 1:15pm and answer questions about the newly funded and upcoming design documents process. Umpqua Bank will arrive with free ice cream, there will be chalk art for kids and John Carlson, the neighborhood birdhouse expert, will be there! Proceeds from the kits go to the Park fund and kits will soon be on line to purchase!
There are four designs to choose from and you can paint or decorate your birdhouse at the event! Kits will also be available to take home! ($15 suggested donation per kit, proceeds go toward the Park fund!)
Donations are also being accepted to meet out first fundraising goal of $175,000 by December 2012 to get the P-Patch, dog off-leash area and the front yard of the Park entry done. And, if you want to volunteer just hit the volunteer for the event or for other projects, hours can go toward earning a P-Patch and helping us get the dog off-leash area completed and our Matching Grant Award! You can donate here, also!
Hope to see you at the event!