, Newburyport, MA


March 21, 2013

Support effort to build new playground


All members of the greater Newburyport community are invited to contribute to the Kelleher Park fundraiser either by supporting the art show or by direct financial contributions. If you would like to contribute, make checks out to Central Congregational Church (the fiscal agent for the project) and put Kelleher Park Playground in the memo line. Mail to Central Congregational Church, PO Box 372, 14 Titcomb St., Newburyport, MA 01950. Direct questions to Pastor Chris Ney at 978-465-0533.

Do you remember long days spent playing at the local playground? There would be lots of kids – friends, family, schoolmates, neighbors — all together enjoying the fresh air, building community and staying fit. I know I have fond memories of days spent playing in the safe and healthy environment of my local playground. With your help, we can provide these memories to the children of Kelleher Park!

Susan Jones Moses

Kelleher Park Playground Committee

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