Religion and health park coming to CDA



COEUR d’ALENE — Religion Stroll Neighborhood Health Park, a 10-acre multi-use park on Atlas Highway simply south of Kathleen Avenue, may have its groundbreaking ceremony at 8 a.m. subsequent Tuesday.

The park may have amenities for bodily train, group sporting actions, private and non-private occasions with picnic tables and barbecue pits. Will probably be a facility that promotes wholesome existence, wonderful character and a thriving group.

“We’re extraordinarily happy that we’ve reached the stage in our fundraising effort to start building of this new community-minded park,” mentioned Dan Pinkerton, chair of the Religion Stroll Neighborhood Health Park board of administrators.

“Our mission is to foster excellence in character by constructing the physique, thoughts and spirit by way of inspirational schooling, bodily train and group engagement,” Pinkerton added.

The nonprofit group has raised $2.6 million of its first section objective of $4 million.

The half-mile perimeter of the park will likely be lined with 16 coated gazebos containing train gear, redwood benches and full-color scenic panels with interactive media hyperlinks specializing in religion and character.

The Park will characteristic a waterfall backyard, a soccer area, playground space, a pavilion for leisure and household gatherings, in addition to a full-service gymnasium which could be configured as a full basketball court docket, or two volleyball courts, or 4 pickleball courts, with a number of celebration rooms, which additionally will home a group counseling heart.

There can even be an onsite caretaker’s residence, and a $1,000 month-to-month prize Character Quest contest sponsored by native companies.

Collaborating within the groundbreaking ceremony will likely be:

Religion Stroll Neighborhood Health Park board members Dan Pinkerton, Eric Rockett, Paul Peabody, Mitchell Martin, and volunteer authorized counsel Steve Smith; builder John Younger with Younger Building; architect Marcus Valentine with Architects West; and panorama architect Dwight Bershaw with Clearwater Summit Group.

Quite a lot of sponsorships are nonetheless obtainable for pavers, gazebos, tables, benches and different amenities within the park as proven on the park’s web site: http://faithwalkcda.org

For extra info, contact: Jim Faucher at 208-660-0571, jimfaucher@gmail.com

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