Build it Together So They Can Play Together
We at SERVPRO of Kershaw and Lancaster Counties are excited to take part in the rebuilding of Stevens Park located in Kershaw, South Carolina.
This is a park loved, and utilized by many in our community. Unfortunately in the spring of 2017 it was discovered the protective weather coating used on the equipment failed, and due to weather conditions the equipment quickly deteriorated causing immediately closure of the park for safety reasons. The community was deeply saddened and affected by the closure, and is looking forward to the rebuilding and reopening of the park.
The History of Kershaw is the park theme, and will focus on the needs of all. Utilizing the old footprint of the park, we are excited to see the heritage of our history a place we can enjoy daily. There will be more accessibility for those with needs affording each of us the ability to play together.
The community has come together as a whole from fund raising events, to enlisting volunteers to help with the rebuild.
Joining in the community efforts SERVPRO of Kershaw and Lancaster Counties is donating a Carpet Cleaning to be auctioned off on March 04, 2018 at the Kershaw Auction House. Donations are needed, and whether it be large, or small, new, or used (as long as it's in good shape) your donation will be greatly appreciated.
Example of accepted donations (all tax deductible); Appliances, Furniture, Bicycles, Toys, Lawn Equipment, Tools, Vacation Packages, Day or Weekend Gift Certificates, Cleaning Coupons, Non-perishable Foods, Lunch or Dinner Gift Certificates. Regardless, any and all donations will help to rebuild our park.
March 17th-30th, 2018 is the dates scheduled for the rebuilding of the park. Short, Tall, Big, or Small, all hands will be put to use.
Great news for those who would like to sponsor a component of the park by either an individual group, or business. Your donation is 100% tax deductible.
SERVPRO of Kershaw and Lancaster Counties looks forward to working together with our community to make the rebuilding of Stevens Park in Kershaw, South Carolina an event to remember.
See you there!