The Linkwood Park Advisory Council is hard at work in our quest to make the park a desirable location for neighborhood kids, walkers, joggers, and our furry friends on leashes. We need your help, and I am reaching out to our blog readers for assistance in the following areas:
1. The park renovation plans would greatly benefit from the umbrella of a 501(c)3. If you have expertise in this area, and can assist us in establishing Families of South Braeswood as a 501(c)3, please contact Jenna at email@example.com.
2. The Linkwood PAC has been contacted by 2 additional Boy Scout troops for possible Eagle Scout projects. We saw what a wonderful impact Eagle Scout Nick Bailiff made on the entrance of the park, and we welcome these projects! We would love to hear YOUR ideas on park service projects for these teens. In addition, if you know of anyone in need of service hours, we have a list of opportunities at Linkwood Park. Please send ideas or information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. The lack of mulch on the playground is not only dangerous, it creates a “lake” after rain, lasting for a week or more. Please help us fix this issue that has been ignored for far too long by calling 311 and reporting the problem.
I have included more photos below from Nick Bailiff’s Eagle Scout project at the Linkwood Park Community Center entrance. Thanks again to Nick and his friends and family for their hard work. Stop by the park to see it in person!