More funds to help Play Space

Gordon Woods / Journal — Claudine Wargel, left, hands Clinton Chamber of Commerce executive director Marian Brisard a donation to help continue work to renovate the Ultimate Play Space, located in Kiwanis Park. They stand in an area that already has been replaced.

Some renovation work already completed, painting set for early spring

CLINTON — The Chamber of Commerce has accepted another donation to help renovate the Ultimate Play Space.  Chamber executive director Marian Brisard accepted the check on Nov. 19 at the park.

Claudine Wargel, president of Anthro Insights, Inc., of Clinton, presented the donation to Brisard in an area of the Ultimate Play Space that already has been renovated.

“There was so much that went into it, and we’ve gotten a number of years out of it,” Wargel said.  “But, I feel that, if it can have more life, then that’s really important.”

Wargel said she was happy to hear the Chamber and City planned to work together to restore the play area.

Brisard recognized the original Play Space board, which initiated the project in early 2000s.

“They were the masterminds behind all this,” she said.  “The Chamber was just the source for holding the funds.”

• See the complete story in the Friday, 11/27 print edition of the Clinton Journal or right now in the Journal E-Edition for subscribers.


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