Access Cowling receives donation


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London Rotary Club donates $1,000 for Access Cowling. From left are: Rotary members Marshall Geib, Bob LeBeau, Nick Adkins, Kelly Snyder and Rotary member and London Community Organization Secretary, Amy Rees.


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The London Rotary Club is giving back to the community with a donation of $1,000 to support Access Cowling.

The London Community Organization (LCO) is partnering with Madison County Future, Inc. and the City of London to build Access Cowling, the area’s first inclusive playground. The structure will be built at Cowling Park and designed with attractions and equipment that is accessible to all children, including those with physical and cognitive differences.

The first phase of the project is already complete with the installation of two molded plastic swings, a paved pathway spanning the park and five activity panels and an information kiosk lining the new walkway. The construction of Phase two is planned for June 9 and June 10 and will include a large play structure and a music garden.

“We are humbled by the community support we have received to help us build Access Cowling. We want to express our sincere appreciation to the London Rotary Club for their donation. Rotary serves our community in many ways and we are thankful that the Club understands the importance of this worthwhile project,” stated Amy Rees, LCO Secretary.

Access Cowling is accepting donations. Checks may be payable to Madison County Future, Inc., c/o Access Cowling, 730 Keny Blvd., London, OH 43140 or donations can be made online at https://www.gofundme.com/2rjfyes.

London Rotary Club donates $1,000 for Access Cowling. From left are: Rotary members Marshall Geib, Bob LeBeau, Nick Adkins, Kelly Snyder and Rotary member and London Community Organization Secretary, Amy Rees.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2017/05/web1_RotaryDonationpiccol.jpgLondon Rotary Club donates $1,000 for Access Cowling. From left are: Rotary members Marshall Geib, Bob LeBeau, Nick Adkins, Kelly Snyder and Rotary member and London Community Organization Secretary, Amy Rees. Contributed photo | London Rotary Club

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