W. Alameda Kiwanis Club gives donation for new natural playscape

Posted 4/24/19

On April 17, members of the W. Alameda Kiwanis Club gathered at Bear Creek Lake Park to present a $10,000 check donation to Lakewood Mayor Adam Paul. The money will be used to help build a natural …

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W. Alameda Kiwanis Club gives donation for new natural playscape

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On April 17, members of the W. Alameda Kiwanis Club gathered at Bear Creek Lake Park to present a $10,000 check donation to Lakewood Mayor Adam Paul. The money will be used to help build a natural playscape for children. After the presentation, the club did volunteer work at the park. Lakewood City Councilmember Charley Able was also in attendance.

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